The band Tequila Falls is scheduled to play Thursday night at Errol Allan Park downtown from 6:30 until 8:30 p.m. as part of the Mountain Valley Arts Council’s spring concert series.

The spring concert series has had a hard time getting going because of rainy weather on Thursday evenings. The possibility of rain was in the long-term forecast again this week.

Concert goers are encouraged to bring their own chairs as seating is limited at Errol Allan.

Tequila Falls is an exciting North Alabama based band with numerous followers on social media, according to the Arts Council. Their musical prowess showcases their experience and versatility, not to mention the depth they bring as a group. They will entertain even the largest crowds with a great mix of country, classic rock, southern rock, blues, and R&B. Band members include

Scott Owens – Lead and harmony vocals, bass guitar, rhythm guitar

Steve Owens – Harmony vocals, lead guitar, acoustic guitar, mandolin

Shane Bowen – Drums

Alan Adkins – Lead and harmony vocals, keyboard, saxophone

Shannon Langford – Lead and harmony vocals

The Arts Council asks concert goers to bring some art supply donations which will be provided to county agencies such as the Crain Court Youth Center and Child Advocacy Council who work with children. The art supplies needed include scrapbook paper, children’s scissors, glue sticks, markers, paint brushes, bottled paints, modeling clay, and small canvases. This continues the Arts Council’s initiative to help spread the arts among the youth of Marshall County.

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