Troubadours Benefit Concert for WSCO

MARIETTA— Local musical group sensation, The Troubadours, will reunite one night only for a benefit concert for the Washington State College of Ohio Foundation.

The Troubadours Reunion Party will be Saturday, April 6. The band will bring their vintage rock and roll sounds to The Adelphia Music Hall and thrill fans of all ages with songs by The Rolling Stones, The Eagles, Peter Frampton, Hall & Oates, Bob Seger, Steve Miller Band, CCR, Jackson Browne, Steely Dan, Tom Petty and more.

“The band hasn’t performed together for more than a year, but they’ve decided to give their fans what they’ve been asking for and get together one more time,” said WSCO Foundation Director Megan Marion. “We are excited that they are doing this to help raise money to support our student emergency fund.”

The Troubadours, made up of John Walsh, Jeff George, Dave Tenney, Andrew Colvin, and Bill White, have some close connections to the college. Walsh, the lead singer, is an alumnus (Class of ’84) and was selected as a Distinguished Alumni in 2009. Tenney, the bass guitarist, served on the Washington State’s Board of Trustees from 2014 to 2019 in several roles including vice chair and chair.

WSCO President Dr. Vicky Wood expressed her appreciation for the band’s goodwill. “How wonderful it is that these talented musicians are willing to give their time and talent to support our students. Amid their busy lives and demanding careers, it’s meaningful that they generously donate their talents to Washington State.”

Doors will open at 8 p.m. and The Troubadours will hit the stage at 9 p.m.

Tickets are available for purchase now, through the Eventbrite ticketing platform at  For sponsorship information or to purchase a table, please visit Event and ticket information is also available on the Adelphia’s Facebook page.

Special thanks to The Adelphia Music Hall for donating the venue space.