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Thursday, January 14, 2010

Wakarusa to keep it jam-y in 2010

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The Disco Biscuits.

The annual festival, scheduled for June 3-6 on Mulberry Mountain, announced an early portion of its line-up today.

STS9, The Disco Biscuits, Slightly Stoopid, John Butler Trio, Blue
Travelers, Dweezil Zappa Plays Zappa, Bassnectar (late night set),
Railroad Earth (2 sets), The Machine performs Pink Floyd (late night
set), JJ Grey & MOFRO (2 sets), Lotu...s (late night set), Rebelution,
ALO, Tea Leaf Green (2 sets including a late night), Boombox (2 sets
including a late night),, Black Joe Lewis (2 sets), Ivan Neville's
Dumpstaphunk (2 sets), EOTO, James Zabiela (late night set), Split Lip
Rayfield (2 sets), Hayes Carll, Sub Swara, Stephen Kellogg & the
Sixers, Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band (2 sets), Trampled by Turtles
(2 sets), Wookiefoot (late night set), Mishka, Big Gigantic, Truth
& Salvage Co., Fort Knox Five (2 sets), Mountain Sprout (2 sets),
Band of Heathens, Last Waltz Ensemble (2 sets), Cash'd Out, Earl
Greyhound (2 sets), Bluetech (sunrise set), Uglysuit (2 sets),
Passafire (2 sets), Simplified, Hoots & Hellmouth (2 sets),
Resident Anti-Hero, and many, many more to be announced!

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