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Sire In 2001 Comlty Fair Rock Legends," Band, is this year's the Plumas- in August. $22 each, for grandstand seating is planned on the the stage. the band's all time favorites songs as "Heard it in a on the Mountain," See," and "Take the Tucker Band began in S.C., when Doug Gray-- up with Tommy Caldwell, Toy Caldwell, Paul T. Riddle, George McCorkle and Jerry Eubanks. They borrowed the band's name from a piano tuner who's name was found on a key ring in the space where they rehearsed. In 1972, they signed on with Capricorn Records, and for a time opened shows for The Allman Brothers Band, among others. The Marshall Tucker Band released their f'n-st album in 1973, and after its release, they were off and headlining their own shows. That album went plat- inum-plus. mck ra s at l nms-:?f, erm C unty on car races is the big oppormni- for as the County Racing up for action. 7 p.m. around the grand- stands track, races will entertain audi- ences in what has become one of the biggest racing events of the season. Admission is $11 for admission, and $7 for children 12 to 6. Everything for the garden OPEN: Wed.-Sun.: 10:00 am - 5.