UPDATE:

Sam Hunt is so excited to play the inaugural Flambeau Festival that he has decided to stick around to perform Sunday. The full adjusted lineup with set times for tomorrow will be announced shortly. Stay tuned.
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Sam Hunt

Sam Lowry Hunt (born December 8, 1984) is an American country music singer and songwriter. Born in Cedartown, Georgia, Hunt played football in his high school and college years and once attempted to pursue a professional sports career before signing with MCA Nashville in 2014. …read more

Hank Williams Jr.

Randall Hank Williams was born in Shreveport, Louisiana on May 26, 1949. A month later, his father made his Grand Ole Opry debut, singing “Lovesick Blues” and drawing six encores. Hank Williams, who nicknamed his son “Bocephus” after comedian Rod Brasfield’s ventriloquist dummy, had three and a half years left to live. …read more

Lynyrd Skynyrd

For the passionate, longtime fans of the band, this is Skynyrd at the top of their game, complete with instantly memorable songs, more hooks than a tackle box, and a blistering three-guitar attack at full power. From the raging guitars of the title track and the pounding, funky homage to local talent in “Home Grown” to the mind-blowing “Honey Hole,” Lynyrd Skynyrd sound like young bucks having one hell of a good time, which, regarding the latter, founding member Gary Rossington says is very much the case.…read more

Dustin Lynch

Dustin Lynch occupies a unique place in today’s country music. Thanks to his classic sensibilities, he’s been heralded as the heir to George Strait’s throne. Yet with one listen to, “Where It’s At,” it’s obvious the young Tennessee native knows how to combine his traditional influences with an edgy intensity that places him at the vanguard of today’s contemporary country scene.…read more

Chase Rice

Fame often has a chilling effect on one’s psyche. However much as he’s done his entire life, when faced with a No. 1 major label debut album in 2014’s Ignite the Night, as well as a pair of Top 5 singles with the RIAA Platinum-certified “Ready Set Roll” and Gold certified “Gonna Wanna Tonight,” Chase Rice turned his cheek and took the path less traveled.…read more

Jessie James Decker

Superstar country music singer/songwriter and style entrepreneur, Jessie James Decker began singing at nine years old and was already attracting attention in Music City for her gritty, genuine vocals by the age of fifteen. Her 2009 self-titled debut album features the GOLD certified single “Wanted.” Her two most recent EPs, 2014’s Comin’ Home, and Gold, released in February 2017 on Epic Records, hit #1 on the iTunes chart and top 5 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums Chart. Following the premiere of the third season of Eric & Jessie on E! this fall, her second studio album, Southern Girl City Lights, will be available everywhere on October 13th. With over 5 million followers across her social me…Read More

Blackberry Smoke

Blackberry Smoke has never been a band that stands still. Whether pursuing the dream by logging hundreds of thousands of miles on America’s highways and abroad or relentlessly exploring the many facets of its most unique art form, the Atlanta quintet is always on the move.The songs on Blackberry Smoke’s sixth album, Like an Arrow, due October14, show just how far this authentic American rock band has come as the accomplished group of musicians tacklesa diverse set of new ideas, sounds and territories, long after most bands with half the success might have settled into a well-worn groove.…read more

A Thousand Horses

Drive across the rural South with the window down and the radio on. Hit scan and listen as muscular country, drawling rock, high gospel harmony, low-country blue and old school soul meld together into something special and distinct. That’s the sound of A Thousand Horses and the exciting new band’s debut, Southernality. The 13-track Dave Cobb-produced album has already given…Read more