24th annual DEADWOOD JAM!
Sept. 12-13 in Historic Deadwood!
LIT, April Wine, The Grass Roots, Fastball, Filter
and more to play 2014 Deadwood Jam!
Don't miss the 24th annual Jam!
Here's list of bands!
Friday, Sept. 12, 2014
Gates open at 4 p.m.
Main Avenue Warehouse
Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014
Gates open at 11 a.m.
Trampled Under Foot
Rock, reggae and blues fill the Black Hills for two incredible days of outdoor concerts. Plus, enjoy food, Wild West entertainment and breath-taking views of the Black Hills. MAKE PLANS! And keep up with fellow JAM fans on Facebook!
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Lit, Filter, April Wine among Deadwood Jam headliners
DEADWOOD, S.D. (7-11-14) -- The 24th annual Deadwood Jam will feature pop music veterans The Grass Roots and April Wine as well as contemporary rockers Filter, Lit and Fastball. This year’s Deadwood Jam will be Friday, Sept 12 and Saturday, Sept. 13 in downtown Deadwood.
Friday night’s headliner, Fastball, formed in Austin in 1995. Three years later, Fastball’s album “All the Pain Money Can Buy” reached platinum sales in just six months, with hits like “The Way” and “Out of My Head.” The band has been nominated for two Grammy Awards.
Saturday’s lineup features Lit, The Grass Roots, April Wine and Filter. Again this year, Jam organizers will let fans decide which regional band should open for Saturday’s headliners. Visit the Deadwood Jam Facebook page to nominate and vote for your favorite act. Last year Dan Sherrill of Wheatland, Wyo., was chosen.
Lit, a high-energy alternative rock band from California, released several singles in the 1990s and 2000s, including the hit “My Own Worst Enemy.” Lit’s music has also been featured on a number of movie soundtracks, including “American Pie 2” and “Mr. Deeds.”
The Grass Roots, best known for its hits “Temptation Eyes,” “Let’s Live for Today” and “Heaven Knows,” had two gold albums, one gold single and 21 records that made the music charts during a recording career that began in 1965.
Filter, an industrial rock band from Cleveland, has released six albums since it formed in 1993 and continues to record. Their most recent album, “The Sun Comes Out Tonight,” was released in 2013 and includes the single “What Do You Say.” Hits like “Hey Man Nice Shot,” Welcome to the Fold, “Jurrasitol” and “Take a Picture” continue to find fans. Richard Patrick, the band’s lead vocalist and guitarist, toured as a guitarist with Nine Inch Nails before joining Brian Liesegang to form Filter.
April Wine, a veteran rock band from Canada, has released more than 20 albums over a career that spans more than 40 years. Hits include “Just Between You and Me,” “Sign of the Gypsy Queen” and “Bad Side of the Moon.”
Tickets are on sale now for $50 per person for both days of the show. The price goes up to $60 on August 1. For tickets and a complete concert schedule, visit www.deadwoodjam.com.
The venerable outdoor music festival, now in its 24th year, has brought scores of top live musical acts to downtown Deadwood over the years, including Collective Soul, Blood Sweat & Tears, Atlanta Rhythm Section, The Wallflowers, Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Alison Krauss, Mat Kearney, Robert Cray, Big & Rich and George Clinton. This year the South Dakota Department of Tourism is a marketing sponsor of the event.
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Deadwood Jam History
The Black Hills’ premier musical festival since its inception 20 years ago. The Deadwood Jam stage has featured a variety of leading musical acts, including Collective Soul, Blood, Sweat & Tears, Atlanta Rhythm Section, The Wallflowers, Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Alison Krauss, Mat Kearney, The Young Dubliners, Robert Cray, Big & Rich, George Clinton, Koko Taylor, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and many, many others. Each year, the Deadwood Jam brings a wide array of top musical talent to the Black Hills from celebrated acts to newcomers, rising stars and local talent.
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