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AMERICANAFEST adds showcase artists

Thursday, August 29, 2019 – The Americana Music Association announced today an additional 56 showcasing acts that round out a lineup of more than 300 artists playing the 20th annual AMERICANAFEST from Sept. 15-20 in Nashville.

The new artists named include
Banditos
Ben Danaher
Beth Nielsen Chapman
Bette Smith
Brandy Zdan
Chance McCoy
Danny Burns
David Luning
Eric Bolander
Erin Enderlin
Flying Buffaloes
Folk Family Revival
Gary Nicholson
Goodnight, Texas
Grant-Lee Phillips
Hackensaw Boys
Hayes Carll
Jaime Wyatt
Jamie Lin Wilson
Jared Deck
Jason Eady
Jason Hawk Harris
Jess Jocoy
Jesse Dayton
Julian Taylor Band
Kate Rhudy
Kellen of Troy
The Kernal
Kevin Gordon
King Corduroy
Kyle Daniel
L.A. Edwards
Locust Honey
Martha Spencer
Michael Logen
Miss Tess & The Talkbacks
Nathaniel Rateliff and Friends
Nefesh Mountain
Nicole Atkins
North Mississippi Allstars
Oliver Hazard
Ordinary Elephant
Paul Burch
Pony Bradshaw
Roanoke
Rob Baird
Royal Jelly Jive
Ruston Kelly
Sawyer Fredericks
Sean Ardoin
Sierra Ferrell
Stevie Redstone
Travers Brothership
Vandoliers
The Vegabonds
The Way Down Wanderers

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