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  • Blast from the past: Ambrosia and Little Texas play Harry & David Field

  • Revisit rock's heyday this weekend with bands Ambrosia and Little Texas at Harry & David Field — home of the Medford Rogues in Medford.
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  • Revisit rock's heyday this weekend with bands Ambrosia and Little Texas at Harry & David Field — home of the Medford Rogues in Medford.
    Rock band Ambrosia hit the charts in the '70s and '80s with such tunes as “How Much I Feel,” “You're the Only Woman,” “Holdin' On to Yesterday” and “Biggest Part of Me," garnering five Grammy nominations.
    Country rock band Little Texas' first hit, "Some uys Have All the Love," was in 1991.It was the first of five hits from their debut album, "First Time For Everything."
    Three of the four original members — bassist Joe Puerta, drummer Burleigh Drummond and keyboard player Christopher North — will be joined by Ken Stacey on acoustic guitar, Mary Harris on keys and Doug Jackson on electric guitar at 7 p.m. Saturday, June 7, Harry & David Field, 2929 S. Pacific Highway, Medford.
    Tickets cost $30 to $42.
    Little Texas will perform at 7 p.m. Sunday, June 8, at Harry & David Field. Tickets cost $28 to $42.
    All tickets can be purchased online at www.roguesevents.com, at Music Coop in Ashland, all locations of the Grange Co-op or by calling 541-973-2883.

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