Spoleto Festival USA announced today that they’ve added a special pre-festival performance from Ketch Secor and Critter Fuqua, the founders of Old Crow Medicine Show. The show, which will be May 24 at the Cistern, is part of the duo’s reunion tour. The mountain music revivalists started out in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley more than 20 years ago, and they became known for rootsy songs like “Wagon Wheel” and “James River Blues.”
Secor and Fuqua will be joined by Old Crow bandmate Morgan Jahnig. They’ve been selling out most of their shows so far on the tour, so snatch up those tickets now. They cost $30. Find out more at spoletousa.org.
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