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“All Good Diary: Saturday FestivalLog + New Artist Fletcher’s Grove Spotlight”

“CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- On July 16, Fletcher's Grove plays the All Good Music Festival in Masontown, one of the largest rock, pop, funk and folk music festivals in the region. The band will play on the same bill with some of the best-known names on the summer music festival circuit, including Bob Weir and Phil Lesh of the Grateful Dead, guitar great Warren Haynes and the rock band Primus.”

“ALL GOOD ADDS LUBRIPHONIC, DANGERMUFFIN, THE RECIPE, FLETCHER'S GROVE;FUNDRAISER FOR MASONTOWN VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT ON MAY 13 The May 13 event will be held at the Purple Cow Lounge in Morgantown and features up and coming bands, Fletcher's Grove from Charleston, and Morgantown-based group, The Greens. Not only are 100% of the ticket sales revenues raised going to the Fire Department, the All Good Festival will match the amount raised, dollar for dollar.”

“One such band out of Hurricane, Fletcher’s Grove, recently signed a licensing agreement with Golf Channel to use its song, “Don’t Take My Peace,” during the 8 p.m. broadcast of Destination Golf.”

“Fletcher's Grove filters its tunes whether original or covers through a melodic Dead-fed roots blend that's nothing but a peaceful, easy festival feeling in the ears.”

“Another musical sensation is ready to explode out of Putnam County. ”

“Funk, folk, rock N roll - anything that jams, and will put some music in your soul”

“Fletcher's Grove is definitely one soul with its eclectic jam that blends in influences from Phish and Lotus back to the Allman Brothers and The Grateful Dead.”

“You may not know this when looking at me or reading my stuff, but I'm a closeted hippie. I have a ton of Phish on the mp3 player and I love the late 1960s. So I was pleased that Fletchers Grove, a local jam band, is keeping the art alive.”