"Smoke in the Valley 2016" Has A Roaring Lineup
Smoke in the Valley 2016, which will take place in Tazewell Tennesee, has a roaring lineup that will make the whole family get up and dance.
By: Chappell Entertainment Corporation
Friday, September 2nd:
Black Oak Arkansas
Local Band - TBD
Saturday, September 3rd
Brian Howe, Former Lead Singer of Bad Company
Michael McMeel, Formerly Three Dog Night
"We worked real hard to get a lineup that would be telling a story each day," says Chap Chappell, from Chappell Entertainment. "Whether you're there for both days or just one of them, you are sure to get a great show. The bands were selected to make sure they groove together and give the audience a truly special experience of a lifetime."
Brian Howe, the former lead singer of Bad Company, continues to perform around the world and recently released his latest album entitled "Circus Bar," to rave reviews.
Confederate Railroad performance covers a wide range of feelings. At the end of each performance, the band stays to take care of all of their fans needs, be it an autograph or a picture.
Blackfoot got its start from Ricky Medlocke, guitarist of Lynard Skynard. Currently, they are about to release their newest studio album titled "Southern Native."
Black Oak Arkansas has been performing their music and their life to the world for almost half a century, and with a still actively touring and recording schedule, there is no end in sight!
Michael McMeel, formerly Three Dog Night, will be performing some of the greatest hits done by Three Dog Night. His performance will be a journey through your past that will bring you back down memory lane.
Preachers Stone's strong suit is performing live. Their superb musicianship and vocals combined with undeniable showmanship leave audiences wanting more both at home and abroad.
Cassidy Diana found her solace in music at a young age. Her friends and family quickly discovered that she was a musical prodigy, and in a few short years, she has mastered 5 instruments along with writing hundreds of songs. She'll be performing on the red carpet at the Hollywood Christmas Parade, that will be broadcast nationally, along with The Presidental Inaugural Ball.
Zed Head is often described by reviewers as "Stevie Ray crossed with ZZ Top," or "Johnny Winter meets Lynyrd Skynyrd." Pundits from around the world agree that Zed Head has hit a home run with their approach to old school whoop ass music. Their southern blues mixed with rock, vibes with everyone and leaves them begging for more.
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