Sunday, April 21, 2013

City Slang: Honky Tonk Throwdown

Posted By on Sun, Apr 21, 2013 at 9:57 PM

The Deadstring Brothers will play the Honky Tonk Throwdown, an event taking place at PJ’s Lager House on May 10-12.

This is the festival’s fourth year, and it has a great lineup on hand to celebrate.

Day 1 features:
Deadstring Brothers
The Sights
Katie Grace
Horse Cave Trio
If Birds Could Fly
Captain Ivory

Day 2 features:
Ryan Dillaha & the Miracle Men
Mary Cutrafello
Fifth on the Floor
Brunswick Brawlers
Crooked Little Reasons
Jeremy Porter and the Tucos
Dock Ellis Band
The Greavers
John Holk and the Sequins

Day 3 features:
The Orbitsuns
Billy Don Burns
Deadstring Brothers
Bull Halsey
Behind the Times
Whiskey Charmers
and more...

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