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Here’s the full festival lineup

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Y’all better get your cowboy hats ready! The Brooklyn Country Music Festival at Hank’s Saloon promises to three-day homegrown hoedown. Here’s the lineup:

Friday, Sept. 30

9 pm: Megan Palmer

10 pm: Smokey & The Bandit 2: Electric Boogaloo

11 pm: Michaela Anne

Midnight: JP & The Gilberts

Saturday, Oct. 1

8 pm: Brownbird Rudy Relic

9 pm: SIT & Die Co.

10 pm: The Great Thomas Bailey

11 pm: Jan Bell

Midnight: Uncle Leon & The Alibis

Sunday, Oct. 2:

Noon: Brotherhood of The Jug Band Blues

2 pm: Jack Grace Band

4 pm: Alex Battles & The Whisky Rebellion

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Alex Battles from Prospect Expressway says:
A few additions to the bill:

3 days of homegrown music in Brooklyn, NY.


Friday at Hank's Saloon:
8 Seth Kessel, man!
9 Megan Palmer
10 Smokey & The Bandit 2: Electric Boogaloo
11 Michaela Anne
12 JP & The Gilberts

Saturday at Hank's Saloon:
9 SIT & Die Co.
10 Jan Bell
1030 Brownbird Rudy Relic
11 The Great Thomas Bailey
12 Uncle Leon & The Alibis

Sunday at the Atlantic Antic:
12 Brotherhood Of The Jug Band Blues
2 Jack Grace Band
4 Alex Battles & The Whisky Rebellion

Sunday night at the Jalopy Theatre:
830 Kerri Lowe
930 Cal Folger Day
1030 Jackson Lynch
1130 Foster & Bananas
Sept. 26, 2011, 11:10 am

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