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Big Spring Jam announces more music acts

Huntsville’s Big Spring Jam Music Festival marks its 15th anniversary in September.

Organizers have confirmed a mix of Jam newcomers and long-time favorites as well as a new “premium ticket” option.

Among this fall’s musical festival performers are Sawyer Brown and the Nashville Star Tour, featuring Shoals natives Angela and Zac Hacker, Josh Stevens, David St. James and the Nashville Star Band. Other performers added to the country stage are The Road Hammers, Earl Thomas Conley, and Ryan Shupe and the Rubberband.

Cajun dance music lovers will enjoy three more groups including T. Broussard and the Zydeco Steppers, Brian Jack and the Zydeco Gamblers, and Terry and the Zydeco Bad Boys.

Post-grunge band Seether, alternative rock bands Breaking Benjamin, Three Days Grace and Ingram Hill will perform on the rock stage.

The Christian stage has added Family Force 5, Needtobreathe, tobyMac, Barlow Girl, Altar’d, This Beautiful Republic, Falling Up and Thousand Foot Krutch.

Previously announced acts include Leann Rimes, Foreigner, Creedence Clearwater and American Idol finalist Bucky Covington.

The event is scheduled for Sept. 28-30 at Big Spring International Park.

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