Steve Miller Band performing at Lake Tahoe with Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives
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What: Steve Miller Band
When: 7 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 24
Where: Harveys Lake Tahoe (18 U.S. 50, Stateline, Nev.)
Tickets: $49.50-$139.50 (plus taxes/fees)
He’s been to Phoenix in Arizona, Tacoma, Philadelphia, Atlanta and L.A. But Saturday he’ll be in Northern Nevada.
The Steve Miller Band returns to Stateline to play the Lake Tahoe Summer Concert Series in what is becoming somewhat of annual occurrence.
Now, chances are we probably don’t have to go into too much detail about Steve Miller. Unless you’re someone entirely unfamiliar with … what’s it called? … music, you’ve probably heard a Steve Miller Band song or two. Think “Fly Like and Eagle,” “Rock’n Me,” “Jungle Love,” “Jet Airliner” — to name a few.
Steve Miller Band is one of those acts that seems to have made every other song played on classic rock radio stations. In fact, a study found that nine in 10 Americans have drunkenly screamed the “woo-woo” guitar riff from “The Joker.”
But unlike many of those bands in heavy rotation (say like a certain one not cared for by The Dude), you never tire of Steve Miller’s music. It’s always fun to listen too, which probably helps explain why he keeps coming back to Tahoe.
And in keeping with the trend set during some recent Tahoe visits, Steve Miller Band isn’t coming to the lake alone.
The band will be joined by country music legend Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives. Stuart has penned a few country hits in his days, including songs like “Hillbilly Rock.”
Together, this show — billed as classic rock meets classic country — promises to be one of the best of the 2019 Lake Tahoe Summer Concert Series.
The concert is slated to start at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Harveys Outdoor Arena.
Tickets are available at ticketmaster.com.
Learn more about Steve Miller Band at http://www.stevemillerband.com/.
Learn more about Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives at http://www.martystuart.net.
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