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Live music continues at Harriman’s Princess Theatre this summer.
The Tams and C. Vaughn Leslie & Boys’ Night Out will take the stage at 7 p.m. Saturday, July 20.
The Tams originated in Atlanta in 1962 and are known for their jaunty hats which inspired their name.
Among their better known tunes are “What Kind of Fool” and “Untie Me.”
More information about the band can be found on their website, www.thetams.com.
The group includes original member Charles Pope, who with his late brother Joe, founded the group.
C. Vaughn Leslie & Boys’ Night Out is an Oak Ridge band known for soul, rhythm and blues and Carolina beach music.
Proceeds from the concert will go to the Princess Theatre Foundation, which endeavors to keep the Princess Theatre a thriving center of entertainment in the area.
So far this year the Foundation has also presented the popular acts of the Glen Miller Orchestra and the Bellamy Brothers.
For tickets to see The Tams and C. Vaughn Leslie & Boys’ Night Out, visit Rocky Top General Store or the Harriman Jewelry Exchange or call 882-8867.
Tickets start at $15 for the balcony, and are $20 for the floor.