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Blue Collar Project / Press

“Six Connecticut bands will make an appearance at this year’s Hebron Harvest Fair as part of the Country Music Showdown, offered in conjunction with The Farmer’s Cow. “We’re looking to find the best band in the northeast,” said Miclette. Bands will be narrowed down to two finalists, with Kari and Billy making the final selection. The competition will begin on Saturday, Sept. 7, with the first band performing on the Leos Stage at 10 a.m. Performances continue throughout the day, with the second finals round taking place at 6 p.m. on Saturday.”

“Sat, Sept, 7th starting at 10am. Calling all country music fans! This year’s Hebron Harvest Fair is a celebration of “cowboy boots and country roots” with headline entertainment including Florida Georgia Line and The Farmer’s Cow 1st annual Country Music Showdown. Six of the best country bands in the region will take to the stage, but only one will win the title of “New England’s Best Country Music Band.” The lineup includes bands from across Connecticut, each with their own distinctive style and sound. Frankie Justin Lamprey & Roughstock @ 10 am, Room to Move @ 11 am, Smokehouse @ 12 pm, Uninvited Wilson @ 1 pm, Blue Collar Project@ 2 pm, Coyote River Band @ 3 pm, Finalist Battle @ 5 pm. Each band will perform a 30 minute set. Two bands will be selected by judges to compete in the Finalist Battle, which will be judged by the popular Nashville duo Kari & Billy. Come to the fair and cheer for you favorite band.”

“ Get ready for a toe-tappin’, knee-slappin’ hoedown at the first annual Country Music Showdown at the Hebron Harvest Fair. Six of the area’s best amateur country bands have been picked and will compete to win the coveted title of “New England’s Best Country Music Band” as well as cash prizes. Starting at 10am, each band will have 30 minutes to show what they’ve got. Bands will play throughout the day, and at 5pm the two finalists will battle it out with encore performances judged by the Nashville duo Kari & Billy.Bands will be judged on their musicianship, creativity and originality, stage presence and professionalism. Plus they’ll get a chance to earn an extra point for playing their own creative version of The Famer’s Cow jingle.”

“Six Connecticut bands will make an appearance at this year’s Hebron Harvest Fair as part of the Country Music Showdown, offered in conjunction with The Farmer’s Cow. “We’re looking to find the best band in the northeast,” said Miclette. Bands will be narrowed down to two finalists, with Kari and Billy making the final selection. The competition will begin on Saturday, Sept. 7, with the first band performing on the Leos Stage at 10 a.m. Performances continue throughout the day, with the second finals round taking place at 6 p.m. on Saturday.”