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The Roadducks are a five-man rock band based out of Northern Virginia. The band, formed in the spring of 1976, has played over 5,588 (1/2021) shows in every State from Texas to Maine. As one of the most enduring acts in American rock music, their audiences include venues ranging from the smallest club to the largest outdoor arenas. “The Ducks” play in a variety of styles, but it is the guitar driven ‘Southern Rock’ for which they are best known. Over the band’s career, they have toured with a virtual ‘who’s who’ of American rock, sharing stages with Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Allman Brothers, Charlie Daniels, Marshall Tucker, .38 Special, The Outlaws, Molly Hatchet, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Blackfoot, Foghat and others too numerous to mention. The Ducks learned from the best and it shows during their performances. The band’s show is a tad smaller these days but still has that big sound gleaned after so many years of not talking about it, but going out on the circuit and ‘doin it’!

STYLE: Southern Rock