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Rascal Flatts

  • Thursday, February 14, 2013

JIM TATUM/JOURNAL SCENE

They're not the band, but they are vital to the show. Passers-by may have seen two trucks bearing the name of the popular band Rascal Flatts parked off U.S. 78 and Berlin Myers Parkway Wednesday. The two trucks are part of a fleet that will be in the area tomorrow to unload and put together the stage show that will be what fans see tomorrow night in North Charleston Coliseum. Shown from left are drivers Turk Krause, Molly Krause, and Lead Driver Casey Vreeland.

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