Classic rock from The Marshall Tucker Band, April Wine, John Waite, and other bands fills an outdoor fest that aids kids’ music programs
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The Marshall Tucker Band: Founding singer Doug Gray and five other guys not named Marshall Tucker serenade Southern ramblers and lovelorn outlaws with favorites such as “Heard It in a Love Song” and “Fire on the Mountain.”
April Wine: Fueled by the stadium-filling falsetto of Myles Goodwin, the Canadian Music Hall of Famers muscle their way through ‘70s stompers such as “Roller” and “I Like to Rock.”
John Waite: Waite rose to fame in the ’70s as leader of the power-pop act The Babys (“Isn’t it Time,” “Everytime I Think of You”), yanked heartstrings with the ’80s solo hit “Missing You,” and abandoned his barber to join up with the hard-rock supergroup Bad English.
LuvPlanet: Steered by the tag-team vocals and guitars of Nicole Sutton and Mark McGee, this half-decade-old San Francisco outfit shoots straight for sounds that wouldn’t be out of place on the rock-radio waves of 40 years ago.
Also appearing: Moonalice
The High Voltage Band
Thin Black Line
The fest’s larger purpose: honoring the life of local singer and music teacher Heidi Brunk by raising funds for children’s music scholarships