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Courtney Marie Andrews, Smith Family Band, Banana Gun, Mergence, Hooves, and Gospel Claws Tapped for Creamy Radio Stage at McDowell Mountain Music Festival

McDowell Mountain Music Festival named its headliners more than a month ago -- Edward Sharpe, Black Joe Lewis and Xavier Rudd probably having the most mass appeal. Now local independent web radio station Creamy Radio has announced the acts playing the local state they schedule.

New Times covergirl Courtney Marie Andrews, and Creamy's favorite The Smith Family Band, are joined by Banana Gun, Mergence, Hooves, and Gospel Claws.

If you can't make it all the way up to the parking lot next to Compound Grill in far NoPho you can hear the locals play live online as Creamy will broadcast the sets from their site.

Read on for the full schedule and video from some of the locals playing including the brand new "Summer Nights Lakeside" video from Gospel Claws.

Friday April 29 Creamy Radio Presents:
The Smith Family Band: 7:50 - 8:30PM
Courtney Marie Andrews: 5:50 - 6:30PM

Saturday April 30 Creamy Radio Presents:
Mergence: 7:50 - 8:30PM
Banana Gun: 3:50 - 4:30PM

Sunday May 1 Creamy Radio Presents:
Gospel Claws: 5:20 - 6:00PM
Hooves: 3:20 - 4:00PM

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Martin Cizmar
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