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'Backroad Anthem' Says Goodbye To Lead Singer Craig Strickland

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Craig Strickland was a member of the Arkansas band, Backroad Anthem, the group took the stage to say goodbye to their lead singer Craig Strickland was a member of the Arkansas band, Backroad Anthem, the group took the stage to say goodbye to their lead singer
It's been nearly a week since two men went missing while duck hunting on Kaw Lake. It's been nearly a week since two men went missing while duck hunting on Kaw Lake.
FAYETTEVILLE, Arkansas -

Two men who lost their lives while duck hunting in Kay County have been laid to rest. Chase Morland and Craig Strickland died when their boat capsized on Kaw Lake last month.

Craig Strickland was a member of the Arkansas band, Backroad Anthem, Saturday night the group took the stage to say goodbye to their lead singer.

1/6/16 Related Story: ‘Backroad Anthem’ Adds Second Show To Honor Craig Strickland

It was an emotional tribute, at a sold out show, giving the band members an opportunity to talk about their grief.

“We are never going to replace him. We are never going to be able to. We are just going to move forward and honor him. I am going to try and do my best to be as good as he was,” said Toby Freeman, Backroad Anthem.

The band's show for Sunday is also sold out.

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