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Fargo-Moorhead's very own fan club?

Most musical acts that play here (and likewise elsewhere) take a moment onstage to inform the crowd that - no, really - they love Fargo. Maybe so. But love isn't about the talking; it's about the walking. Or in the case of touring bands, the routing.

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Most musical acts that play here (and likewise elsewhere) take a moment onstage to inform the crowd that - no, really - they love Fargo.

Maybe so. But love isn't about the talking; it's about the walking. Or in the case of touring bands, the routing.

So who really loves us? Bret Michaels, for one. The Poison front man has been here five times in the new millennium - four with the band, once on his own.

He returns Tuesday, playing an intimate gig on the above-the-bar stage at The Broken Axe in Moorhead.

But what other national acts make Fargo-Moorhead a must-stop? We've put together a list of some our most frequent big-name musical visitors in the past seven years, culled from The Forum's archives.

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If you go

- What: Bret Michaels

- When: 9 p.m. Tuesday

- Where: The Broken Axe, 700 1st Ave. N., Moorhead

- Tickets: $20; 21-and-older show

- Info: (218) 287-0080

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