"The CMA Music Festival" is a four-day music festival centered on
country music hosted each June by the Country Music Association in
Nashville, Tennessee. Beginning in 1972 as Fan Fair, the event now draws
over 400 artists and celebrities who hold autograph sessions and perform
in one of the many concerts offered throughout the festival.
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Muddy Magnolias was a rock band from Nashville, Tennessee, formed by
Jessy Wilson and Kallie North in 2014. After their performance at the
CMA Music Festival that August, Rolling Stone deemed them best unsigned
duo, describing their performance to be “as if Mick Jagger and Keith
Richards inhabited the Indigo Girls”. In May 2015, they were featured in
Elle Magazine's Women in Music Issue. They have played with artists
including Gary Clark Jr., Grace Potter, Zac Brown Band and Kid Rock.
2016 saw their performance at a number of festivals including Hangout
Fest, Lollapalooza, and Austin City Limits. In September, they were
featured in the Wall Street Journal's Speakeasy blog for their song
“Leave it to the Sky”. Their debut album Broken People was released
October 14. on Third Generation Records. Kallie North left the band at
the end of 2017.
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