May 8, 2013 12:22 AM by Jeanette Trompeter
Live Oak Music Festival, the annual Fathers' Day weekend event held in the hills near Santa Barbara, announced it's line-up of talent this week.
Headliners include Grammy Award-winning Dobro player Jerry Douglas; Texas singer/songwriter Robert Earl Keen; and the Stooges Brass Band from New Orleans.
The is the 25th annual Live Oak Music Festival, and happens Friday through Sunday, June 14 -16, 2013. The music is virtually non-stop each day.
There are 16 main stage acts, and genres ranging from folk, blues, and bluegrass to Latin, jazz, Americana and world music.
Here is a rundown of the evening stage acts.
FRIDAY, JUNE 14:
5:30 PM - The Joe Craven Trio, A Whirled Roots & Jazz Celebration, Main Stage
7:00 PM - Rod Piazza & The Mighty Flyers, Swingin' West Coast Blues & Boogie, Main Stage
8:00 PM - The Monroe, Soul, Rock, Reggae/Ska, Gospel, and Folk; The Spaces Between, Rock, Funk, Alternative, Stage Too
9:00 PM - Robert Earl Keen, Texas Singer-Songwriter (pictured above-left), Main Stage
10:30 PM - Blame Sally, Harmonious Roots Rock, Hot Licks Stage
SATURDAY, JUNE 15:
5:00 PM - Rupa & The April Fishes, Multi-Lingual, Pan-Cultural, Main Stage
6:45 PM - Ruthie Foster, Soul, Blues, Rock, Folk and Gospel, Main Stage
8:00 PM - St. Vincent Folk, Indie Folk Rock Pop, Stage Too
8:45 PM - The Stooges Brass Band, Funky New Orleans Brass Band (pictured above-right), Main Stage
10:30 PM - Dead Winter Carpenters, Americana, Roots Rock and Alternative Country, Hot Licks Stage
SUNDAY, JUNE 16:
5:00 PM - La Santa Cecilia, Alt Latino, Main Stage
6:45 PM - Maura O'Connell, Grammy-Nominated, Irish-Born Folk Singer, Main Stage
8:45 p.m. - Jerry Douglas, 13-time Grammy winning King of the Dobro (pictured right), Main Stage
For a complete lineup of acts or ticket information, click here.
100% of festival proceeds benefit KCBX Public Radio