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Dee Snider, Autograph, Black n Blue, Blue Tattoo, Chuck Negron of Three Dog Night,, Appetitie of Deception, Jack Russell's Great White, Little River Band, Puddle of Mudd, Quiet Riot, Saliva, Shamans Harvest, Theory of a Deadman, WAR, Whiskey River, Hells Belles.  Rockin' the Rivers is coming to The Bridge in the Jefferson River Canyon near Three Forks August 7-9.  For tickets and more information on the Great Northwest's largest three day rockfest, visit the official Rockin' the Rivers website.  And keep your radio, computer, tablet and phone set to the Eagle for your chance to win pairs of three day passes to this great annual event.


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