Earth Day 2008 Concert Lineup Announced

Los Lonely Boys are headlining this year's Earth Day concert.
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On Sunday, April 20th, the Earth Day Network will host eight concerts around America to help raise awareness for Mother Earth and what have you. And, yes, Dallas is on board, set to host a festival at Fair Park.

The line-up for the Dallas show: Los Lonely Boys Martin Sexton Junior Brown Cas Haley The Steps George Stanford

Um, OK. We're sure that, given the date, a certain other kind of green will already be at the forefront of your mind, so it can't hurt to check out while watching these acts perform at what purports to be an environmentally-friendly show. -- Pete Freedman

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