11:00 am - Maggie Beam - Maggie Beam is an Anniston native. Maggie is a long-time Singer-Songwriter with vocals compared to Bonnie Raitt and Adele. If you are wanting an evening of coffee house sounds scattered with Blues and Roots, Maggie is where you can find it. Her passion for music is definitely prevalent in her playing. She loves a good crowd, and loves what she does. Maggie is available for private events as well as public ones and can be reached at MaggieBeamAcoustic@gmail.com
12:00 pm - Lindsey Hinkle - Lindsey's music is a combination of pop, rock, and folk elements teamed with passionate, autobiographical lyrics. Her soulful, infectious voice and candid style of songwriting is equally as engaging as it is unforgettable. Lindsey has played alongside many names such as Keith Urban, Sugarland, Darius Rucker, Lady Antebellum, and many more. She is currently in the process of recording her full-length studio album in Nashville with Brad Paisley's band.
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1:00 pm - Abby Parks - Abby Parks is a member of the Folk Alliance and the Roots Music Association. She has had airplay on public, college, and internet radio nationwide, and taught the guitar professionally for 15 years. Stories told to her throughout her life about her family’s background became the source for many of her songs off her latest CD The Homeplace (2009), including the title track "The Homeplace," "Lambert Road," and "Wild Dogs." Recorded at Huntsville's Sound Cell Studio.
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2:00 pm - Matt Slowik - Matt Slowik was raised in Ohatchee, lives in Gadsden, was the former Frontman for local rock bands Body Shot and Facedown. Matt wanted a different direction from the party band scene, so he bought a guitar and with help from some of his friends learned to play himself.
3:00 pm - Sweet Southern Comfort - Sweet Southern Comfort is a female Country/Pop/Rock cover duo who also adds originality by writing and performing their own songs. One being born in Germany and one being born in Florida, both ladies have called Alabama home now for nearly fifteen years. With a SWEET, sophisticated grace and a SOUTHERN belle charm comes the COMFORT of a soulful sound.
4:00 pm - Willowflies - The Willowflies began in a cabin on the banks of the Coosa River in 2004, where singer/songwriters Jake Hale and Stephen Hartsfield began collaborating. In 2006 the pair parted ways to pursue other interests. Upon returning to Calhoun County in 2010, Stephen and upright bassist Corey Martin began working together. Jake returned to the project in 2013, and the Willowflies were reborn.
5:00 pm - The Gypsy Begonias - The Gypsy Begonias were initially formed in the summer of 2009. Ryan Williams and Katy Cairo were sitting at the pool with a guitar and a new groove emerged and eventually added Chuck Wood, Jeff Bailey, and Kevin Hagie to round out the sound. The chemistry between band members spawned a new, feel good, upbeat sound and ultimately opened up a door to a new genre The Begonias coined as "Blues-grass". This sound intertwines a rockin' jam of folk, funk, that bluegrass twang, and of course the ever-important blues. Facebook | Twitter
6:00 pm - The Brooke Danielle Band - Established in 2012 after Brooke Danielle compiled a 9-track CD of songs she had written at ages 12-14. Delighted crowds with diverse sets in major venues throughout the Southeast including Tootsies in Nashville during the 2013 CMA fest, Liberty Day in Cedar Bluff, and the Florabama. These seven multi-talented young musicians also give back by performing benefit concerts. Brooke has written over 40 songs, four novels, and was an International Song Writing Competition semi-finalist. Complete schedule on ReverbNation and Facebook.