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Marker Dedicated to Vaudevillian Andrew Tribble in Madison County

Andrew 'Andy' Tribble was born in Union City, Madison County in 1879. He and his brother, Amos, went on to become famous Vaudeville performers. Andy and Amos are said to be the inspiration for the Amos 'n Andy Show in the 1940s.

A marker dedicated to Andrew Tribble will be unveiled Sunday, October 6th at 2:30 p.m. in Union City Park. 

We talked to Rusty Rachenbach about his efforts to make sure Andy Tribble's life and work are remembered in Kentucky.

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