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Bedhed and Blondy will play the main stage at The Chattanooga Market from 12:30 to 1:30. Come on down and sample some of the hot stuff as it's the Chili Festival at the Market!
Bedhed and Blondy will play at The Southern Trace Songwriter night at Douglas Corner....specific times TBA
Bedhed and Blondy will play from 1pm to 3pm. Elle Maze plays from 3pm to 5pm.
Bedhed and Blondy (Jay and Fran....maybe some percussion) will play a 30 minute opening set for The Lashbrooks!
Bedhed and Blondy will play 2 sets from 7:30 - 9:30
Sounds Like: Zac Brown Band, Dawes, Jacob Dylan, Fleetwood Mac, Allman Brothers Band
Manager: www.bedhedandblondy.com 615-772-5889
Bio: Bedhed and Blondy are an Americana/Folk-Rock duo based in Nashville, TN. Formed in February 2010, the group quickly attracted attention for its strong songwriting and harmony vocals. As quoted in the Murfreesboro Music Examiner, Fran Jackson “has an authentic blues feeling… with that bit of edge ...See Full Bio
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“Aptly titled third album from this Nashville-based duo comprising Fran Jackson (lead vocals, acoustic guitar) and Jay Studdard (lead vocals, acoustic guitar) supported by Bobby Alexander (electric guitars), Joe Bidewell (keyboards, harmonica), Daryl Johnson (drums) and Kevin Knapp (bass), this is quality southern music embracing country, blues, folk and everything in-between. “This Time Tomorrow” is a powerful-blues inflected song with stunning electric guitar and heart-stopping vocals. They go for a laid-back, almost acoustic approach for the gentler “Just Another Man” with atmospheric guitar hovering above and behind Studdard’s sensitive vocal. Jackson steps forward to take the lead on “You Win” an emotional warning to a loved one. This is not only great songwriting, but inventive musical arrangements, quality musicianship and heartfelt vocal work that evokes real heart and soul and connects in a way that few acts are able to. Highly recommended. Alan Cackett”