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SUN. 11 A.M.: TERRY CASSIDY & GARY HEMPSEY — Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, singer/songwriter Terry made his way to Key West for a vacation in 1979 and never left. Bluegrass and country influences power Terry’s command of guitar and banjo, and he will perform with Gary Hempsey, also an accomplished musician.

SAT. 11:30 A.M.: TIM DEE & JIM HILL – Tim and Jim perform acoustic rock from the ’60s and beyond, while showcasing their harmonies with covers of favorites such as the Beatles, Eagles, and others, along with Tim Dee’s original island-inspired tunes. They are heavily influenced by the likes of Jimmy Buffett and Bob Marley.

SUN. 12:30 P.M.: STONE CRABS – Recently voted Best Band in Marathon, the Stone Crabs are a perfect Sunday festival band. Ken Fairbrother, Mike Corvette, Luke Ptomey, and special guest guitarist Myles Mancuso join forces to play reggae, rock, folk, blues, hip-hop, and more! It’s an eclectic array of music.

SUN. 2 P.M.: SAMANTHA RUSSELL – National recording artist Samantha Russell first started singing at the tender age of 5. Since then, she went on to open for various country acts such as BlackHawk, Travis Tritt and the Marshall Tucker Band. Her single “You Should Go” climbed all the way to No. 37 on the Adult Contemporary chart. Her band was voted the No. 1 Top Live Country Band in SoFlo.

SAT. 3 P.M.: IGOR & RED ELVISES – They are your favorite band! In 1995, Igor Yuzov dreamed that Elvis Presley came to him and told him to start playing rock and roll. Igor and his Russian friends became Red Elvises and the music has been labeled “Siberian Surf Rock” with humorous lyrics and grooves that force his audience to dance.

SAT. 7 P.M.: THE REGS – Modern Rock, Metal/Punk, Alternative Metal, Classic/Heavy Rock – simply put, the Regs rock! Have you seen Little John front this band and rock the crowds? Have you seen Scotty play guitar better than just about anyone? Have you felt the pure primal force that is the Regs’ rhythm section?

SUN. 4 P.M.: MAGGIE BAUGH – Multiinstrumentalist and singer/songwriter Maggie Baugh is a young, South Florida-based country music sensation. At 16 years old, she has a publishing deal, and is a Nashville recording artist, guitarist, and dynamic fiddle player. (She’s fiddled “Devil Went Down to Georgia” with the Charlie Daniels Band!)

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