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The Troubadours from Marietta will reunite in a one-show benefit concert for the Washington State College College of Ohio Foundation on April 6 at the Adelphia Music Hall in Marietta. From left, David Tenney, Andrew Colvin, John Walsh, Jeff George and Bill White. Doors open at 8 p.m.

The Troubadours, a Marietta band, will reunite for a one-night-only benefit for the Washington State College of Ohio Foundation.

The Troubadours Reunion Party will be held April 6 at the Adelphia Music Hall in Marietta where Troubadours John Walsh, Jeff George, Dave Tenney, Andrew Colvin and Bill White will perform vintage rock and roll songs by The Rolling Stones, The Eagles, The Beatles, Steely Dan, Peter Frampton, Hall & Oates, Bob Seger, Steve Miller Band, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Jackson Browne, Steely Dan and Tom Petty, among ‘others.

“The band hasn’t performed together for more than a year, but they’ve decided to give their fans what they’ve been asking for and get together one more time,” Foundation Director Megan

Marion said. “We are excited that they are doing this to help raise money to support our student emergency fund.”

While the band will lead the party, it shouldn’t overshadow the reason for the show, to benefit students through the Washington State Foundation, Walsh said.

“We just provide the soundtrack for it,” he said.

Members of The Troubadours have connections to the college.

Walsh, the lead singer, is a 1984 graduate of Washington State and was selected as a Distinguished Alumni in 2009.

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