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Fans Get Dave Matthews To Concert On Time

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Fans Get Dave Matthews To Concert On Time

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Fans Get Dave Matthews To Concert On Time

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The singer was stuck on Saturday when his bike suffered a flat tire. But he made it to the show in Hershey, Pa., on time when a couple who were headed to the concert recognized the cellphone-less star. They were rewarded with great seats, dinner backstage and a good story.

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Being late for a Dave Matthews concert didn't stop Emily Kraus from picking up a stranded man by the side of the road. The guy looked familiar, turns out that's because he was Dave Matthews. The Grammy-winning singer/songwriter had gone for a bike ride before his show in Hershey, Pennsylvania, and he blew a tire. Kraus, a diehard fan, picked up the stranded star, loaded his bike on her bike rack and drove on to her passenger's concert.

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