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(SOLD OUT) Barracuda - America's Heart Tribute + 8 Track Band
Fri January 20, 2023 7:30 pm (Doors: 5:30 pm )
3rd and Lindsley
All Ages

Barracuda-America's Heart Tribute is America's fantastic tribute to the famous rock band, HEART.

Hailing from Music City (Nashville, TN), each highly talented member is world traveled with an impressive number of years of experience and skill. The band is known for their monster vocals, brilliant musicianship and unceasing stellar performances which has created a solid foundation for this fabulous tribute to HEART.   

Taking everyone on a musical journey back in time, Barracuda-America's Heart Tribute articulately recreates the phenomenal songs of the 70s, 80s and 90s that are still loved by loyal Heart fans around the world! 

 "We always look forward to captivating the crowd with the music of HEART. We are here to keep the light shining, to keep it alive, so their incredible music continues to live on,” says Shareen Ann King, who portrays Ann Wilson.   

No Heart fan will be left disappointed once they experience Barracuda-America's Heart Tribute's highly energetic, power-packed, amazing show! 

8 Track Band

The Ultimate cover band playing all the hits from the late 70s and early 80s.

Hailing from Nashville, 8 track is a band made up of all formerly signed or touring musicians with over 100 years combined professional music industry experience.  Independently, the members of 8 track have produced or worked with Olivia Newton- John, Katy Perry, Paul Anka, Frankie Valli, Air Supply, Jheryl Busby, Ty Herndon, Trace Adkins, Colin Raye, Thompson Square, Avalon, Michael Omartian, Natalie Grant, Ron Dante, Walter Milsap, and many more.  

A show with 8 track is not your average 70s cover band show.  Collectively the band’s alter egos- Rick Jagger, Bootsy Porter, Kirby Hancock, Ringo Collins, Dan Halen, and Skeeter Hampton put on a full in your face entertainment experience.  The band dresses 70s, speaks as if it is still the 70s, and interacts with the audience throughout the show without breaking character from start to finish.