Robert Cray Band Replaces Gregg Allman at Bluestock


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Bluestock is excited to announce the addition of the Robert Cray Band to the festival's inaugural lineup, following the cancellation of the upcoming Gregg Allman tour.

Upon his doctor's orders, Gregg Allman is unfortunately being forced to cancel his August 26 through September 15 concert dates due to an upper respiratory condition. Treatment is going to involve several days of hospitalization and 4׬ weeks of bed rest at home. Allman continues to recover from his successful liver transplant and expects to return to touring in support of his highly acclaimed Low Country Blues album in the late fall.

Bluestock will be held at world renowned Hunter Mountain Ski Resort, the home of numerous festivals including Mountain Jam and easily accessible from all over the Northeast. The site is known for its bucolic beauty, natural amphitheater and stage site lines, indoor facilities and delicious gourmet food and beer options. On-site accommodations include camping, condos, cabins and RVs.

Produced by Radio Woodstock and Steve and Jeff Simon Presents, Bluestock 2011 will be a 3-day event with music starting on Friday evening August 26 and ending early Sunday evening August 28. Weekend tickets and single day Saturday and Sunday tickets are be available at Bluestock.com. Friday's performances will be reserved for full-weekend ticket holders only.

Elvin Bishop
Trombone Shorty
Tab Benoit
Mitch Woods & Billy Gibson
Trampled Under Foot
Bob Margolin & Matt Hill
Lionel Young Band
Late Night: Mitch Woods & Billy Gibson

Robert Cray Band
Curtis Salgado Big Band
Steven Seagal & Thunderbox
Tommy Castro & LRBR
Shakura S'Aida
Bruce Katz
Ronnie Baker Brooks
Alexis P. Suter
Port City Prophets
Late Night: Mitch Woods & Billy Gibson

Buddy Guy
Moreland & Arbuckle
Zac Harmon
Reba Russell
Albert Cummings
Ty Curtis

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