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Pure Grain(w/special guests) - 8:30pm-10:00pm

Fronted by South Carolina native, Chris "The Carolina Kid" Taber, Pure Grain delivers its own fine blend of roots rock from the heartland. Elements of blues guitar raked over country-soul penetrate deep into the grooves of this bands' sound. Impressive song writing, smooth and memorable melodies build up each song with an infectious sultry edge. A guttural, emotive vocal delivery drives the bands’ songs. The group has toured nationwide with fans hailing from all parts of the country. Pure Grain headlined the 2003 Last Chance Bluegrass and Roots Music Festival, in Helena Montana, played the Indiana State Fair, The Master Musicians Festival in Somerset, KY, made network TV appearances and have shared the stage with Hank Williams Jr., Bone Pony, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Foghat and more.


MoonZoomer - 7:00pm-8:00pm

The orbit of the Moon around the Earth is completed in approximately 27.3 days. The Earth and Moon orbit about their common center of mass, which lies about 4,700 kilometres from Earth’s center (about three quarters of the Earth’s radius). On average, the Moon is at a distance of about 385,000 km from the center of the Earth, which corresponds to about 60 Earth radii. With a mean orbital speed of 1.023 km/s, the Moon moves relative to the stars each hour by an amount roughly equal to its angular diameter, or by about 0.5°. The Moon differs from most satellites of other planets in that its orbit is close to the plane of the ecliptic, and not to the Earth’s equatorial plane. The lunar orbit plane is inclined to the ecliptic by 5.1°, whereas the Moon’s spin axis is inclined by only 1.5 degrees; however the Moon can achieve Zooming speed during the 7th configuration & alignment of the Zoomian star constellation, After which mean velocity will continue to increase exponentially for the next 777 years. The Zoom Moon occurred at 1900 hours of the 14th day of January 2008. Welcome a time of Change, Peace, Love, Renewable Energy, & Enlightenment.



Roger Drawdy and the Firestarters - 5:30pm - 6:30pm

Irish Singer/Songwriter Roger Drawdy and his band the Firestarters play a mix of Traditional and original music with a distinctive sound.  "Air punching acoustic rockers" is how Irish Music Magazine described The Firestarters'  intensity.

Roger Drawdy and the Firestarters at the Savannah Irish Festival 
Savannah Irish Festival Committee, January 2007
"This high-flying group lit up the stage last year (February 2006) and went on to win rave reviews from across the country last year as audiences heard the stellar songwriting of Roger Drawdy for the first time. They have earned a return performance and promise to be headliners for years to come."


Peppertown - Acoustic - 4:00pm - 5:00pm

From the rolling hills and farm lands of southeastern Indiana, Peppertown has garnered praise from regional fans for years and is now capturing national attention.  Their sound is recognizable and gritty. With a musical fusion of roots, blues and acoustic rock, the band has a classic sound with a modern edge. Special Acoustic set with Ryan and Scott.

"Peppertown was one of the most original , engaging and  entertaining bands to ever play our concert series . Even the headliner called them back onstage for the final encore .” “Your town will love Peppertown !”   Jeff Roberts - Director South by Southeast Music Feast Myrtle Beach  SC 

"Peppertown seamlessly connects the country/rock divide with its bluesy, acoustic sound.”   --Cincinnati’s CinWeekly


 Low Flying Aircraft - 2:30pm-3:30pm

This blues rock quartet centers around the songwriting and guitar stylings of Dave Barnes and Bob Bottom. Performing as acoustic duo for the last few years the two reunited with longtime friend and musical cohort Aaron Lanane on Bass and Alan Ferguson on drums. Low Flying Aircraft continues to perform regularly in the Indianapolis and central Indiana music scene.




  Courtney Damico- 1:15pm-2:00pm


A Pittsburgh native and newest addition to the SOL Records family brings a soulful and sultry sound with pop oriented lyrics in the vain of jewel or the the new sounds of K T Tunstall.  She studied musical theatre at Point Park College in Pittsburgh.  This singer/songwriter writes about her personal experiences back home and her recent journeys here in Indiana.  Courtney has also joined forces with fellow recording artists Pure Grain singing back up harmonies, fitting right in with Chris Taber’s soulful voice and the bands already raw and acoustic sound.




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