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    The lineup was announced today and the only "Jr." on there is Bobby Bare. I got tickets a while ago and was really hoping to see Dino there, maybe there’s hope they will be added later. :evil:

    Widespread Panic
    The Black Crowes
    The Allman Brothers Band
    Jimmy Cliff
    Robert Randolph & The Family Band
    Lyle Lovett
    John Prine
    Lucinda Williams
    Buddy Guy
    Dierks Bentley
    Thievery Corporation
    Arcade Fire
    Death Cab for Cutie
    Bob Mould
    Built to Spill
    Bloc Party
    Steve Earle & The Dukes
    Franz Ferdinand
    Gov’t Mule
    Zap Mama
    Robert Earl Keen
    The Doves
    The Black Keys
    Mike Gordon & Leo Kottke
    The Walkmen
    Jason Mraz
    Rilo Kiley
    The Secret Machines
    The Decemberists
    The Bravery
    Blue October
    Grupo Fantasma
    Kermit Ruffins
    The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
    Bettye La Vette
    Rev. Dan Willis & The All Nations Choir
    Morgan Heritage
    Ricardo Lemvo & Makina Loca
    Ruthie Foster
    The Frames
    Mates of State
    Mindy Smith
    Martin Sexton
    The Fiery Furnaces
    Federico Aubele
    Mouse on Mars
    The Futureheads
    Kathleen Edwards

    Asleep at the Wheel
    Tegan and Sara
    Mike Doughty
    Split Lip Rayfield
    Rachael Yamagata
    Bobby Bare Jr.
    The Ditty Bops
    The New Amsterdams
    Ambulance Ltd
    Slightly Stoopid
    Dios Malos
    Brave Combo
    Dave Alvin & The Guilty Men
    Marc Broussard
    Bruce Robison
    Missy Higgins
    Nine Black Alps
    Kevin Fowler
    Willy Mason
    The Weary Boys
    Wayne Hancock
    Rick Trevino
    Sound Team
    Asylum Street Spankers
    Oliver Future
    The Real Heroes
    Bukka Allen
    Hairy Apes BMX
    The Lost Trailers
    The Gospel Stars
    Donna The Buffalo
    The Shields of Faith
    Star Kids Yoga
    The Jones Family Singers
    South Austin Jug Band
    The Lighthouse Singers
    Casey McPherson
    Kacy Crowley
    Tristen Prettymen
    The Massacoustics
    Joe McDermott
    Sara Hickman
    Imagination Movers
    Free Sõl
    Inara George
    Austin Hartley-Leonard
    Maneja Beto
    Austin Collins Band
    The Biscuit Brothers
    Naturally Seven
    Patrick Davis Band
    Kelley Hunt
    Kate York



    Still looks like a pretty pleasing festival, I’m looking forward to catching Bob Mould on his fall tour. He’s got a new disc coming out, all electric & sonic, not electronic scary sounds this time round… :P 8)

    He’s even touring with a band, heres the info from pitchfork…

    Bob Mould Preps New Album

    Zach Vowell reports:
    After burning out on guitar rock in the late 90s, Bob Mould has since remained distant from the brand of music he helped revitalize as a member of Hüsker Dü. Whether it be 2002’s electronically tinged Modulate, or his DJ sets as Blowoff and Loudbomb, rock’n’roll has taken a back seat. On July 26, however, the Beaster may be back. According his label’s website, Yep Roc Records will release Mould’s sixth solo album, Body of Song on July 26, and it will "employ a guitar-heavy full-band approach" on two songs in particular: "Paralyzed" and "Circles".

    Who’s in that band of his, you ask? None other than Fugazi’s versatile drummer Brendan Canty, plus Sugar bandmate David Barbe, Garland of Hours’ Amy Domingues, and Matt Hammon, a member of Bob Mould’s band circa 1998. The album will include 12 tracks (some of them more acoustic and/or electronic in nature), and it was recorded in four states over the past year or so by Don Zientara, Barbe, Frank Marchand, and Mould himself. Billboard has the tracklist, and the tracklist goes like this:

    01 Circles
    02 (Shine Your) Light Love Hope
    03 Paralyzed
    04 I Am Vision, I Am Sound
    05 Underneath Days
    06 Always Tomorrow
    07 Days of Rain
    08 Best Thing
    09 High Fidelity
    10 Missing You
    11 Gauze of Friendship
    12 Beating Heart the Prize

    Possibly even more promising is the prospect of a Mould world tour, especially, as Yep Roc points out, if it "will see Mould performing material from all stages of his career– solo, Sugar, Hüsker Dü– for the first time in a full band context." Canty has already signed on as drummer for the tour, which will start in the fall. If they play "Pride", no, anything off Zen Arcade, then the Pixies will be out of business. Dates should be announced fairly soon, and hey, Bob has his own blog, so he’ll probably mention it there too.

    * Boblog: http://modulate.blogspot.com/”>http://modulate.blogspot.com/
    * Bob Mould: http://www.bobmould.com/”>http://www.bobmould.com/
    * Yep Roc: http://www.yeproc.com/”>http://www.yeproc.com/

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