R&B stars of yore and cock rockers added to Riverfest | Rock Candy

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

R&B stars of yore and cock rockers added to Riverfest

Posted By on Wed, Mar 4, 2009 at 2:16 PM

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Lovers of fine music and drink, like, say, Buckcherry and Jagermeister, Riverfest has the band for you. They're called Hinder and they're from Oklahoma and if you've ever considered auditioning for Bret Michaels "Rock of Love," they'd like to meet you.

ALSO: Another one for the nostalgic. Bobby Brown, Johnny Gill and the guy with the incredibly high voice from New Edition who no one remembers (Ralph Trevesant) are touring together as Heads of State, which is almost as bad a name as New Edition.

See more about them and all the other announced acts here.

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