Locally Grown Music Festival features Blue Confusion

Locally Grown Music Festival features Blue Confusion

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COBDEN -- The fifth annual Locally Grown Music Festival will be from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday, April 19, in Rustle Hill Winery in Cobden.

Groups include Blue Confusion, Salt Rock Jones, South of 70 and American Lion. The music portion of the Festival is free.

“The festival is a major fundraiser for Carbondale New School, and the Winery’s venue is perfect for music fans and families alike” said Amanda Sheridan, New School director. “We will have beverage and food sales, $10 wristbands for a variety of kids’ activities that are always a big hit, $15 t-shirts while they last.”

Carbondale New School is a tuition-supported, not-for-profit school for students pre-k to 8th grade. It was founded by parents in 1974 and is still considered as a unique experiment in education with small class size and individualized curriculum.

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"Carbondale has a storied musical history. It has morphed into something quite different than what it used to be, but what hasn’t these days? I am pretty sure that the old girl will just keep on keeping on," writes Robbie Stokes.

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