One letter can make a huge difference in a band name. Take alt-country rocker Ryan Adams and his tousled hair "Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman?" predecessor Bryan Adams. Or there's March Forth, a spiritual quartet comprised of "four men, who were called of God" to "reach unbelievers of all ages," and March Fourth, a Portland, Ore.-based marching band/vaudeville performance troupe described as "Duke Ellington meets Sgt. Pepper in an international big-top Fantasia."
Lucky for non-believers, March Fourth will be driving their giant tour bus full of hula hoops, stilts, costumes, trombones, saxophones and drums to Boise for a crazy circus-style performance at Tour de Fat on Saturday, Aug. 21. And for those who want to rub sweaty shoulders with March Fourth's musicians, acrobats, flag-twirlers and fire-dancers in more intimate environs, you can head over to the Bouquet that night for an encore performance.