Savannah Music Festival adds Dr. John, other shows

Savannah Music Festival adds Dr. John, other shows

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SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) - Add New Orleans R&B legend Dr. John and Bob Marley's former backup band, The Wailers, to the lineup of concerts for next month's Savannah Music Festival.

Tickets for those and three other shows that are late additions to the festival's schedule went on sale Friday. Rounding out the new shows are folk-rock ensemble Old Crow Medicine Show, Los Angeles-based pop-rock band Sea Wolf and the bluesy Tedeschi Trucks Band.

The Savannah Music Festival opens March 20 and runs through April 6.

The 2013 festival features more than 80 concerts in that styles that range from classical and jazz to rock and bluegrass at venues throughout Savannah's downtown historic district.

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