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BOA totally rocked out the Port Stage for a great day three at the 2019 Forecastle Festival!   The three-piece groove psychedelic rock band hails from Louisville, KY with members Shane Spader, Logan Hopkins, and Gaven Hopkins.  WFMC Jams had a chance to interview the band before they went on stage this evening:


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It was a blast and amazing performance with Hannah Dasher opening the Port Stage for day 2 at the Forecastle Festival!  Hannah currently resides in Nashville and as a songwriter had a recent cut on Brad Paisley's new Love and War album entitled, "Go To Bed Early.” WFMC Jams had the chance to meet up with Hannah after her set for a quick interview:


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Hard rocked out the Port Stage Saturday afternoon at the Forecastle Music Festival Saturday!  If you didn't get a chance to catch them at Forecastle, they will be playing in Nashville on July 19th at the High Watt in celebration of our new single, “Thank God there are People like Me."  WFMC Jams caught up with the band which includes members Daniel Sowards, Cody Balaschak, Thomas Sweat, and Brady Gomillion for a quick interview:


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Spazz Cardigan opened the Forecastle Music Festival at the Ocean stage early Friday afternoon.  The music style consisting of alternative/pop is influenced by the  likes of Peter Gabriel, Bjork, Prince, David Bowie, Imogen Heap, Nirvana. Check out the interview with Spazz from WFMC Jams: 


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