First 10 artists announced for 2015 Roots ‘N’ Blues ‘N’ BBQ Festival
April 22, 2015 - bbq set
COLUMBIA — Only 10 members of a 2015 Roots ‘N’ Blues ‘N’ BBQ Festival lineup were announced during The Tiger Hotel ballroom Tuesday, though fans can already demeanour brazen to Grammy Award-winning legends and copiousness of bluegrass in September.
Buddy Guy, Lucinda Williams and a Punch Brothers stood out from a initial set of 10 acts reliable by Thumper Entertainment owners Richard King for a ninth Roots ‘N’ Blues ‘N’ BBQ Festival. The festival will be hold Sep 25-27 during Stephens Lake Park.
Columbia proprietor Christa Holtzclaw and her sister-in-law, Emily Larkin of Moberly, were among a hundreds of people who packaged into a ballroom to be a initial to know who will take a theatre in September.
“I’ve been to three, and it’s always a unequivocally good lineup,” Holtzclaw said.
The subsequent apportionment of a lineup will be suggested Jun 10 during Broadway Brewery.
The following 10 artists were announced:
- The blues legend has 6 Grammy awards and was inducted into a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2005. Guy formerly played during a festival in 2008.
- The acoustic bluegrass quintet rope includes Chris Thile on a mandolin, Gabe Witcher on a fiddle and violin, Noam Pikelny on a banjo, Chris Eldridge on guitar and Paul Kowert on a bass.
Robert Earl Keen
- This Americana singer-songwriter obliged for “The Road Goes on Forever” is a Texas legend.
The Wood Brothers
- The Americana and blues band consists of brothers Chris on a honest drum and Oliver Wood on a acoustic and electric guitars.
- Benoit is an American blues guitarist and singer.
- Lucero is an American nation stone rope formed in Memphis, Tennessee.
- Brown is an American nation guitarist and singer. His signature character is a steel guitar.
- Farris is an American gospel musician. King pronounced Farris will many expected be a partial of Sunday’s lineup as partial of a Gospel Brunch.
Here Come a Mummies
- According to King, these guys are going to move a funk. The band is famous for sauce in full ma clothes while performing.
Early bird tickets are accessible until Apr 30 during $99 for a weekend, $55 for Saturday and $45 for Friday and Sunday. Tickets are available online and during a box bureau located during Vinyl Renaissance and Audio, 16 N. Tenth St.
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