2004 Country Music Festival/Fan Fair Takes Shape

(CelebrityAccess News Service) — For a second consecutive year, Wrangler will be the exclusive jean of the newly named 2004 County Music Festival/Fan Fair with the Fan Fair portion of the festival at the exhibit hall at the Nashville Convention Center, appropriately named Wrangler Fan Fair Exhibit Hall.

A mix of country legends and newcomers will be on hand to meet and greet and sign autographs at the Wrangler Fan Fair Exhibit Hall. Among them are 4 Runner, Alabama, Bill Anderson, Billy “Crash” Craddock, Charlie Daniels, Kassie DePaiva, Diamond Rio, Donna Fargo, Royal Wade Kimes, Daniel Lee Martin, LeAnn Rimes, Rushlow, Sawyer Brown, Marty Stuart and Trini Triggs.

The four-day multi-event festival runs June 10-13 in downtown Nashville. Evening concerts will be staged at the Coliseum, while daylong performances will be at the Great Lightning Riverfront Park Stages. Artists already scheduled to perform include Lynn Anderson; Sherrie Austin; Steve Azar; David Ball; Jeff Bates; Eddie Bayers &The Players; Bellamy Brothers; John Berry; Blue County; BR549; Lane Brody; Joe Diffie; Jolie Edwards; Scotty Emerick; Cooder Graw; Jennifer Hanson; Ty Herndon; The Jenkins; Royal Wade Kimes; Johnny Lee; Aaron Lines, Little Big Town; Little Texas; Daniel Lee Martin; John Arthur Martinez; Mel McDaniel; Craig Morgan; David Lee Murphy; The Oak Ridge Boys; Jamie O’Neal; James Otto; The Pajama Party (featuring Deborah Allen, The Kinleys and Michelle Wright); Lee Roy Parnell; Pinmonkey; Rachel Proctor; Dan and Jim Seals; Jeffrey Steele; Jimmy Wayne; and Mark Wills, with others to be announced soon. — by Jane Cohen and Bob Grossweiner

On the Web: http://www.fanfair.com

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