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Country rockers Pure Prairie League to hit High Point Theatre Stage on Thursday, Oct. 30

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Country rockers Pure Prairie League took their name from an obscure 19th century Temperance Union mentioned in the 1939 film Dodge City. But this distinctly American band, with its 40-year career and long line of top hits, escaped obscurity long ago. Although fan favorites right out of the gate it took a number of years before Pure Prairie League, formed by vocalist/guitar player Craig Fuller, had its first hit. But it couldn’t have picked a better way to start, and “Aimee” not only put PPL on the map, but went on to become perhaps the most well-known and beloved country rock songs of all time, according to the High Point Theatre website.

Catch Pure Prairie League at the High Point Theatre at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 30. Tickets are $40 for Front Orchestra Reserved and $35 for Rear Orchestra/ Balcony Reserved.

Call the High Point Theatre Box Office during regular business hours: Monday- Friday, 12 noon -5 p.m. (EST), 336-887-3001.

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