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But their tally for the year includes playing a private show for Ravens fans in Nashville, headlining the infield concert at Preakness and being a part of Adam Jones' annual charity Ravens tailgate party.
Oh, and Orioles manager Buck Showalter is also a huge fan. Rumors are he half-smiles when he hears their music.
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