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The Alter Eagles Definitive Eagles Tribute Band will perform at the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park on July 27.

LIVE OAK — Ready to hear the Alter Eagles Definitive Eagles Tribute Band perform on stage locally?

Tickets are available for the band’s July 27 show at the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park. Tickets are $15 per person and available in advance at the SOSMP main office or at the door if not sold out. Doors to the Music Hall open July 27 at 7 p.m. for dinner, The Alter Eagles Tribute Band takes the stage at 9 p.m.

The band made its debut appearance at the SOSMP last year before a packed house of adoring fans. This year is expected to be another sensational show with tickets possibly selling out early.

Those attending can expect to hear such songs as “Lyin Eyes, “Hotel California,” “Heartache Tonight,” “Tequila Sunrise,” “New Kid in Town,” “Wasted Time,” “The Last Resort,” “Seven Bridges Road,” “Take It To The Limit” and many more of The Eagles’ hits.

The band is composed of five guys who came together for the love of Eagles’ music. They are military veterans and civic minded musicians who have pooled their talents to provide the most accurate, live re-creation of the greatest American band of all time, The Eagles.

Many fans will be excited to hear this audience approved band again in the Music Hall. This year’s Tribute Shows have all been extremely popular with just a few more to go, including the Definitive Fleetwood Mac Tribute Show on Aug. 17 and KC & The Sunshine Band/Huey Lewis & The News Tribute Show on Sept. 28.

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Brandon Adams will open for the tribute show.

Opening for the Alter Eagles will be Brandon Adams, a St. Augustine country artist who is an awesome artist, guitarist, songwriter and performer. Brandon, a fun-loving guy who always interacts with his audience, loves to bring the oldies but goodies songs loved by his fans along with other genres of great music.

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