REGINA – The Craven Country Jamboree has announced a few more acts including one band making Craven their only Western Canadian stop.
The smash super group Alabama is putting the original band back together to headline Craven on Saturday July 16th. The group has sold over 75 million records.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled about this year’s lineup,” said Kim Blevins, director of marketing.
“Getting the original Alabama is a coup for us, as they are not playing anywhere else in Western Canada.”
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Craven also announced that Kacey Musgrave will be performing her hit songs Blowin’ Smoke, Follow Your Arrow, and Biscuits. Joining these acts will be Jerrod Niemann, Chris Young, The Swon Brothers, The Kentucky Headhunts, Steve Lee Olsen, Autumn Hill and Petric.
Craven said that more acts will be announced during Agribition from November 23-28.
Previously Craven announced that Eric Church will be the headliner on Sunday July 17th and the Zac Brown Band will be the headliner for July 15th.
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