Little Texas at Toad's Place 

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It didn't matter that Little Texas didn't have a record label, a tour bus, or even a driver - the band spent three years playing every bar or venue that would let it, earning the much-deserved title of "the hardest working band in country music?VbCrLf along the way. The work paid off. By 1993, the band's second studio album, "Big Time,?VbCrLf included three No. 1 hits and earned a Grammy nomination. Though it disbanded in the late 1990s, four of the original members have since revived the group. Remember September opens when Little Texas comes to Toad's Place at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 8. $20. 648-TOAD. 

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