PRESTONSBURG – The Long Run, an Eagles tribute band based out of South Florida, will be presenting “A Journey Through The Music of The Eagles at the Mountain Arts Center later in the week.” The band will be making its second ever appearance in Kentucky, the first since September 2014 in Louisville. The Long Run is consistently ranked as one of the top Eagles Tribute acts in the country.
The members of the band have been involved in rock, country, and pop music for over 3 decades. They have recorded and shared the stage with acts and performers such as The Coasters, Trisha Yearwood, Patty Loveless, The Bee Gees, Peter Frampton and Eric Clapton.
Bass Player Reggie Fecteau says the band is thrilled to be coming to Eastern Kentucky.
“We are really excited about coming to the MAC!,” Fecteau exclaimed. “It looks like such a beautiful area and great venue!”
Mountain Arts Center Executive Director Clayton Case says he is looking forward to a great evening of music.
“When we started looking at them, we decided it was something that would fit this area and demographic,” Case commented. “It’s some great classic music everybody can relate to.”
Also on tap for the evening, local musician and Kentucky Opry star Garland Rogers will be the opening act. He has an all-star band lined up including, James Whited, Dustin Hoover, Hayley Sullivan and Clark Sexton.
The upcoming show will be Friday, August 5 at 8 p.m. at the Mountain Arts Center in Prestonsburg.