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Molly Hatchet 

Molly Hatchet crawled from the swamps of Florida three decades ago to round out the first wave of Southern rock, joining industry icons like Lynyrd Skynyrd and .38 Special. After flirting with obscurity for years, the1979 hit "Flirtin' with Disaster" solidified Molly Hatchet's place as one of the definitive groups of the decade. While the line-up may rotate along with the venue, Molly Hatchet will always offer equal parts nostalgia and timeless rock and roll. This is the first concert in the 2012 Party in the Park series. — BY JARED BENNETT

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