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Founders Of String Band Old Crow Medicine Show Return To Valley Roots

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Posted: August 20, 2013

Chris “Critter” Fuqua on banjo and Ketch Secor on fiddle returned to Harrisonburg where they got their start playing open mics at the Little Grill Collective on North Main Street. (Photo by Michael Reilly / DN-R)
Ketch Secor, a Harrisonburg native (right), and Chance McCoy go back to back with their fiddles during the Old Crow Medicine Show performance Thursday night at the Rockingham County Fair’s grandstand. (Photo by Michael Reilly / DN-R)
The Old Crow Medicine Show performs Thursday night at the Rockingham County Fair. Two of the band’s members, Chris “Critter” Fuqua and Ketch Secor, met in seventh grade while attending Thomas Harrison Middle School in Harrisonburg. (Photo by Nikki Fox / DN-R)
HARRISONBURG — With his head bowed to his fiddle and an energetic bend in each knee, Ketch Secor hops from leg to leg, whirling in a circle like a chicken around the Rockingham County Fair…

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