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This Week's Poll



7-15-19

Woodstock Revisited - FESTIVAL SCHEDULE
Celebrating 50th Anniversary
Friday, August 16th to Sunday, August 18th, 2019


FESTIVAL SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED

High Springs Lions Club

HIGH SPRINGS, FL – Plans for the launch of Woodstock Revisited – High Springs Lions Club, continue with the announcement of the schedule of performances for the three-day event as part of a nationwide effort to remember the 50th Anniversary of the original 1969 Woodstock music festival beginning Friday, August 16th from 7pm to 11pm and continuing on Saturday, August 17th from 11am to 11pm and Sunday, August 18th from 11am to 7pm at the High Springs Lions Club, 26900 US-27, High Springs, Florida 32643. The event features regional touring and local favorite artists, a Woodstock memorabilia exhibit and food, drink and other vendors. Event will be held rain or shine, no coolers, no pets allowed.


Kaleigh Baker Added to Lineup
A new addition to the schedule is Kaleigh Baker & Matt Walker.  Bringing you something slightly different, this St Petersburg, duo performs songs that you never usually hear performed live.


Kaleigh Baker has fostered a connection with her audiences since her early days performing and is now well-recognized for songwriting as well as unique performances. Kaleigh’s gypsy ancestry has started to take root in her music, melding with her rock attitude, jazz and mountain-soul influences. Her music has been licensed by companies from Apple to Starbucks, Dodge to Wrangler, and even ESPN.  Kaleigh Baker & Matt Walker perform Saturday at 6pm.

The High Springs Lions Club in cooperation with the US Military Vets Motorcycle Club Alachua County present the 2019 Woodstock Revisited schedule of performances as follows:


Friday, August 16th:


7pm     Hannah Harber & the Lionhearts


9pm     Jesse Smith & the Woodstock Family Jam


Saturday, August 17th:


11a      Jim Wegman


12p      Quartermoon


1:15p   Steel Tumbleweed


2:30p   Public Sounds Collective


4:15p   Georgia Power featuring Josh Kirkland


6p        Kaleigh Baker & Matt Walker


7:45p   Don David Band


9p        Jesse Smith Project featuring Ric "Rickenstein" Holly


Sunday, August 18th:


11a      Little Bit More


12:15p Ellen Bukstel


1:30p   In the Moment


2:15p   Woodstock Acoustic Storm with Jesse Smith & the NOLA Allstar Horns, Quartermoon, Jim Wegman


3:30p   Crooked Counsel


5:00p   Brad Burns & the Full Get Down
Each evening, these great performances will culminate in the Woodstock Family Jam featuring appearances by many of the weekend’s talent.


EARLY BIRD TICKETS ON SALE NOW THRU JULY 20
Woodstock Revisited Three Day Pass is $40 advance sale through July 20th and $50 thereafter. Single Day Pass is $25 advance sale through July 20th and $30 thereafter. Children 15 and under free if accompanied by a paying parent or adult guardian.


The event is rain or shine and no refunds will be given. No coolers, no pets. Tickets are available online at woodstockrevisitedhslc.eventbrite.com [hyperlink Woodstock Revisited - High Springs Lions Club] and through High Springs Lions Club members. For more information, visit the Woodstock Revisited – High Springs Lions Club’s Facebook and Eventbrite pages, email woodstockrevisitedhslc@gmail.com or call the Clubhouse at 386-454-4521.



Touring Artist Band Biographies by appearance - Photograph & Interview Requests Welcome

Hannah Harber and the Lionhearts – A raucous Americana band of Lionhearts that delivers songs that are honest in their aching and hopeful in their vulnerability.  Whether it’s groove-laden, fuzzy rock and roll, or gentle melodies with country sensibilities, this Orlando based band’s synergy is raw and tangible.  They’ve tapped into a magic that speaks of their dedication to their songs and to each other. Friday at 7pm.


Woodstock Family Jam - Each evening, these great performances will culminate in the Woodstock Family Jam featuring appearances by many of the weekend’s talent. Kickoff on Friday at 7pm; Saturday and Sunday following last performance.
Public Sounds Collective – Based out of West Palm Beach and comprised of some of South Florida’s finest talent, Public Sounds Collective is an eclectic mix of funk jazz and soul that will satisfy musical tastes from funky to fusion with PSC’s dynamic group improvisation and intriguing renditions of favorite songs. Their set list will include Santana’s Soul Sacrifice and Blood Sweat and Tears’ Spinning Wheel. Saturday at 2:30pm.

Georgia Power with Josh Kirkland - Born in Waycross, and raised on Southern Rock and Blues, Josh Kirkland is an award-winning musician including being named in Top 5 Finalists in the worldwide "Blues Idol" competition in 2005.  The band’s searing guitar riffs & soulful deep southern rooted vocals will be in full display when they feature such Woodstock favorites as The Letter, Voodoo Chili and Meantown Blues in their set on Saturday at 4:15pm.


Kaleigh Baker & Matt Walker – Bringing you something slightly different, this St Petersburg, duo performs songs that you never usually hear performed live. Kaleigh Baker has fostered a connection with her audiences since her early days performing and is now well-recognized for songwriting as well as unique performances. Kaleigh’s gypsy ancestry has started to take root in her music, melding with her rock attitude, jazz and mountain-soul influences. Her music has been licensed by companies from Apple to Starbucks, Dodge to Wrangler, and even ESPN.  Kaleigh Baker & Matt Walker perform Saturday at 6pm.

Jesse Smith Project featuring Ric "Rickenstein" Holly – Based in New Orleans with roots in Florida, the group stirs a pot of Mississippi delta blues with southern-gentleman soul. Fronted by Jesse Smith on lead guitar and vocals, with partners-in-crime Ron Williams on bass and vocals, and Joe Goldberg on sax and keyboard, Tim Blackmon on trumpet, Kevin Cirpanuk on drums and trombone, the NOLA All Stars will be in the house bring the heat all the way up.  Ric Holly – How many musicians can boast to being asked to audition for both Jimi Hendrix and Sly & the Family Stone on one trip?  According to Ric, “the weekend I got to California for that audition (with Hendrix), Jimi died... I had a friend that owned Paramount recording studios and went to see him and there was Sly Stone. He asked me could I play, and the rest is history.”  Saturday at 9pm.


Local Artist Band Biographies by appearance - Photograph & Interview Requests Welcome


Jim Wegman – Artist, musician and instrument maker, Jim brings his laid-back Key West-influenced mantra to each performance. Saturday at 11am; Sunday at 2:15PM with the Woodstock Acoustic Storm.


Quartermoon – Three generations of talent cherished for their performances in Americana, bluegrass, outlaw country and folk. Saturday at 12pm; Sunday at 2:15PM with the Woodstock Acoustic Storm.


Steel Tumbleweed – Rockin blues quartet. Saturday at 1:15pm.
Don David Band – “Best five piece trio on Earth!”  Saturday at 7:45pm.


Little Bit More - From Hank Williams Sr. and southern and classic rock to the blues, this seasoned trio never disappoints.  Sunday at 11am.


Ellen Bukstel - Award winning singer songwriter Ellen Bukstel writes and sings about it all. Whatever else Ellen is, she’s not shy about it making her audience “sit up and think…laugh til they cry…and sometimes all at the same time!” Ellen’s song craft gives voice to deeply important messages of our time.  Sunday at 12:15pm.


In the Moment – Their name describes both the music and the outlook of this band. Combining styles from rock, reggae, folk, country and blues, even cover songs grow into a unique identity with this group. Sunday at 1:30pm


Crooked Counsel - Truly nice people playing classic rock and roll. Sunday at 3:30pm.


Brad Burns & the Full Get Down – Bad Brad Burns brings his buddies out to close the show.  Not sure we can get Brad to tell us who. Sunday at 5pm.