The hits from Tour DeForce, Wild-Eyed Southern Boys, and more will be flowing like milk and honey when the guys from .38 Special hit the stage at the WH Lyon Fairgrounds on August 7 as part of the annual Sioux Empire Fair concert series.

It's a great summer entertainment value as the concert is FREE with paid fair admission!

 "Hold On Loosely",  "Caught Up in You", "You Keep Runnin' Away", "If I'd Been the One", "Back Where You Belong", "Teacher, Teacher", "Like No Other Night", "Second Chance", and "The Sound of Your Voice" were some of their biggest hits from the 80s and 90s.

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.38 Special consists of Don Barnes, Bobby Capps, Gary Moffatt, Barry Dunaway, and
Jerry Riggs.

They began receiving radio airplay in the late 70s and early 80s and gained national attention very quickly. They were offered gigs to open for Huey Lewis and the News and Bon Jovi which took them to huge audiences overnight.

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See Inside the Sioux Falls 'Castle on 22nd Street'

I don't know when I first saw the home, nor do I remember when I started lovingly referring to it as the "Castle on 22nd Street." I only know that I did and have referred to that Sioux Falls house as such for about 20 years now.

Worst Places to Live in South Dakota

A surprising town was named the worst place to live in all of South Dakota and the reason behind it is a bit unexpected.

Money Inc. made a list of the 20 worst cities and towns to live in all of South Dakota and no part of the state is left unmarked.

The list focused on a number of key factors, including crime rate, unemployment, low wages, and school funding.

So which city is the "worst" in South Dakota, according to the article? Read on: