Pilgrimage Music Festival 2016 Ultimate List of Performers

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Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival is a two-day event transforming The Park At Harlinsdale Farm into an oasis of music, food, and culture set against the natural amphitheaters and vistas of this former walking horse farm located in Franklin, TN.

andersonEastAnderson East – Anderson East is an artist from Athens, AL. His album, Delilah, is out now. Listen to Music | Watch Video

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beckBeck – Beck Hansen was born and raised in Los Angeles. Recorded in 1991, “Loser” was released by Bongload Custom Recordings in 1993. Watch Video | Listen to music

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better-than-ezraBetter Than Ezra – To say the past 20+ years have been ‘Good’ for New Orleans-based rock band Better Than Ezra would be an understatement. The band had been selling out venues across the country since forming at Louisiana State University in 1988 where the band started touring on the Southern college circuit. Listen to music | Watch Video

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big-samBig Sam’s Funky Nation – Big Sam’s Funky Nation has boldly established their presence at the forefront of the vibrant New Orleans music scene. Trombone powerhouse and band leader “Big Sam” Williams has been celebrated as “the top man on the slide trombone in the birthplace of jazz” by the San Francisco Chronicle and the band has been consistently touted for “bringing a straight raw party” by Jambase. Listen to Music | Watch Video

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blind pilotBlind Pilot – Blind Pilot began in 2007 when Israel and Ryan embarked on a West Coast bicycle tour playing mostly to unfamiliar listeners at small-town venues. We Are The Tide, the sophomore album from Portland-based band Blind Pilot, follows the band’s grassroots break-out debut, 3 Rounds and a Sound, which has sold over 50,000 units to date and was featured in NPR’s “Best Music of 2008” roundup. Listen to Music | Watch Video

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brothers osborneBrothers Osborne – Years before they climbed the country charts with songs like “Stay a Little Longer” and “Rum,” the Brothers Osborne grew up in Deale, Maryland, a small fishing town on the Atlantic seaboard. It was a cozy place, filled with blue-collar workers who made their living on the water. During the weekends, many of those workers would head over to the Osborne household, where a series of loose, all-night jam sessions filled the Maryland air with the sounds of Bob Seger, Hank Williams, Tom Petty and George Jones. Listen to Music | Watch Video

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