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Seven Mary Three to play Sunday
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07/08/2004 11:07 AM ET
Seven Mary Three to play Sunday
Country star Clay Walker performs at Monday's Derby
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HOUSTON -- In addition to a huge serving of baseball fare, fans who attend All-Star Week at Minute Maid Park will also be treated to an earful of tunes performed by two popular musical acts.

On Sunday, rock band Seven Mary Three will perform two songs on the field, on a stage set up near second base, in between the New York Mercantile Exchange Futures Game and the Taco Bell Legends and Celebrities Softball Game.

Before the Century 21 Home Run Derby on Monday, country music superstar Clay Walker will also perform two songs.

Orlando-based Seven Mary Three, named after the call numbers of Larry Wilcox's unit on the 1970's hit series "CHiPs," will perform "Settle Up" and "Bark No Bite" from their current album, "DIS/LOCATION," described to The Tennessean by guitarist and primary song writer Jason Ross as "a pretty progressive, 'roll your windows down and turn it up loud' (kind of album).'"

Seven Mary Three's previous albums, including its first, "Churn," which was self-released in 1994, have sold over two million copies. "Cumbersome" was the band's first single released from their "American Standard" album in 1996.

The band has produced six top 20 modern rock hits and have toured with Aerosmith, Three Doors Down and Matchbox Twenty.

2004 All-Star Sunday

Walker will perform his first No. 1 hit, "What's It To You," as well as "Everybody Needs Love" from his current album, "A Few Questions."

Walker, the only artist to have one of his songs included five years in a row in Billboard's year-end Top 10 country list, has produced four platinum albums and two gold albums that sold more than eight million copies combined. He has had 11 No. 1 singles and has been one of the country's top 10 grossing touring acts on several occasions.

Walker is a seasoned veteran in terms of performing in Houston. A native of Beaumont, Texas, Walker has been a fixture at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo for more than a decade.

Alyson Footer is a reporter for This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.

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