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Cash, The Lone Bellow join final list of Americana performers

Thursday, July 26, 2018 – Rosanne Cash, The Lone Bellow, Kathy Mattea and Richard Thompson were part of the last group of 52performers playing the AmericanaFest in September, it was announced Wednesday.

The Americana Music Festival & Conference runs from Sept. 11-16 in Nashville. A total of more than 250 artists and bands are participating in the Festival.

The artists are:
Amanda Shires
Arkansas Dave
Birds of Chicago
Birdtalker
Bones Owens
Brandi & the Alexanders
Buddy Miller
Buxton
Charley Crockett
Charlie Faye & The Fayettes
Choir! Choir! Choir!
Chris Gantry
Chris Shiflett
Creamer
DADDY
Dylan Pratt
Elise Davis
Elizabeth Cook
Fantastic Negrito
Hymn For Her
Ian Moore
Janiva Magness Jason James
Jeremy Pinnell
JP Harris
Lee Roy Parnell
Leslie Stevens
Lilly Hiatt
Mandolin Orange
Max Gomez
Mike & The Moonpies
Neighbor Lady
New Reveille
Oliver Hazard
Paul Cauthen
Peter Bradley Adams
Rev. Sekou
Samantha Fish
Sarah Siskind
Taylor Kingman
Thomas Csorba
Tom Freund
Town Mountain
Tyler Childers
Walter Salas-Humara
William Fitzsimmons
Wood & Wire
Yola Carter

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