AmericanaFest 2022: 33 New Acts Added to This Year’s Lineup

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The Americana Music Association has just added a lengthy new list of performers to the AmericanaFest 2022 lineup.

Joshua Hedley, fresh off the release of his celebrated 90s country-inspired album Neon Blue, joins accomplished singer-songwriter Lori McKenna and critically-acclaimed “gothic blues” storyteller Adia Victoria among the newest additions to the music festival’s roster of talent.

49 Winchester, American Aquarium, Lainey Wilson, Nikki Lane, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Alison Moorer, S.G. Goodman, Sarah Shook & the Disarmers, Taj Mahal and Angel Olsen are also among the additions to the five-day festival’s schedule.

The initial roster of performers was shared in April, which includes Miko MarksJoshua Ray Walker, Caroline SpenceJim Lauderdale Asleep at the WheelRissi PalmerJamie Lin WilsonRiver WhylessKaitlin ButtsJake BlountMichaela AnneWatkins Family Hour and a special appearance from the Black Opry Revue.

The 2022 Americana Music Festival is scheduled for Sept. 13-17; in addition to its showcases and panels, the festival also includes the Americana Honors & Awards ceremony. Registration for AmericanaFest 2022 and wristbands for its nightly showcases are now available. You can find more information on the festival, schedule and performers at AmericanaMusic.org.

AmericanaFest 2022 Performers:

49 Winchester
Aaron Raitiere
Abby Hamilton
Abe Partridge
Abraham Alexander
The Abrams
The Accidentals
Adia Victoria
Alex Williams
Ali McGuirk
Alisa Amador
Allison de Groot & Tatiana Hargreaves
Allison Moorer
American Aquarium
Amanda Rheaume
Amy Speace
Andy McKee
Andrew Duhon
Angel Olsen
Ashley Ray
Asleep at the Wheel
Autumn Nicholas
The Ballroom Thieves
Bandits on the Run
Bee Taylor
Bella White
Ben Chapman
Bette Smith
Black Opry Revue
Blue Dogs
The Bones of J.R. Jones
Bowen Young
Brennen Leigh
Brit Taylor
Bruce Molsky
Buffalo Nichols
Caroline Spence
Charles Wesley Godwin
Christie Lenée
Chuck Mead
Colin Lillie
The Contenders
Cordovas
Cory Branan
Dan Bettridge
Dan Rodriguez
Davisson Brothers Band
David Starr
Dead Horses
The Deer
The Deslondes
Digging Roots
Drayton Farley
Early James
Emily Kinney
Erin Enderlin
Fanny Lumsden
Ferris & Sylvester
Fireside Collective
Gabe Lee
Gaby Moreno
Garrison Starr
Hannah Juanita
Hayes Carll
The Heavy Heavy
Henry Wagons
Honey Harper
Jade Bird
Jaime Wyatt
Jake Blount
James McMurtry
Jamie Lin Wilson
JD Clayton
Jedd Hughes
The Jerry Douglas Band
Jesse Daniel
Jessica Willis Fisher
Jim Lauderdale
Joe Purdy
John Fullbright
Jonny Morgan
Joshua Hedley
Joshua Ray Walker
Kaia Kater
Kaitlin Butts
Kayla Ray
Kelly Willis
Kiely Connell
KINGSWOOD
Kyshona
Lady Nade
Lainey Wilson
Laney Lou and the Bird Dogs
Larry McCray
Lauren Housley
Leah Blevins
Leyla McCalla
Lilli Lewis
Lindsay Lou
Lisa Morales
Lori McKenna
Lukas Nelson & POTR
Luke Schneider & Friends: A Pedal Steel Showcase
LULLANAS
Madeline Edwards
Margo Cilker
Mark Wilkinson
Matt Hillyer
The McCrary Sisters
Megan Nash
Melissa Carper
Melody Moko
Memorial
Michaela Anne
Michelle Malone
Michigan Rattlers
Mike Compton
Miko Marks
Mindy Smith
Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway
My Politic
Myron Elkins
Nat Myers
Nathan Graham
Nicki Bluhm
Nikki Lane
Nora Brown
North Mississippi Acoustic
Oliver Wood
Ordinary Elephant
Oshima Brothers
Pat Bryne
Pete Muller & The Kindred Souls
Peter One
The Pine Hearts
Po’ Ramblin’ Boys
Rachel Brooke
Rainbow Girls
Rascal Martinez
Rissi Palmer
River Whyless
Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley
Robby Hecht
Ryland Moranz
S.G. Goodman
Sarah Shook & The Disarmers
Sean McConnell
Seth James
Shemekia Copeland
Sierra Ferrell
Sister Sadie
Stacy Antonel
Sunny Sweeney
Sunny War
The Sweet Lillies
Taj Mahal
Tall Heights
Tami Neilson
Tammy Rogers & Thomm Jutz
Them Coulee Boys
Theo Lawrence
Tim Baker
Tim Kelly with Ruston Kelly
Tommy McLain
Tommy Prince
Town Mountain
Tray Wellington Band
Tristan Bushman
Troubadour Blue
Trousdale
Watkins Family Hour
Webb Wilder
The Weeping Willows
Whitehorse
The Wild Feathers
The Wilder Blue
Will Hoge
William Prince
Willie Watson
Willi Carlisle

13 John Prine Lyrics That Prove He Wrote Like No One Else

John Prine could write a song like no one else. Throughout his five-decade career, the folk icon proved himself to be one of a kind.

Prine’s lyrical stories were both fantastical and simple; he wrote with a Midwest-bred honesty and humor that kept listeners on their toes. His catalog, spread over 18 albums, contains vivid stories (“Lake Marie”), insightful looks at the human condition (“Hello in There”) and sweet love songs (“Aimless Love”).

Impressively, Prine was only in his mid-20s when he wrote song of his most beloved songs, from “Sam Stone” to “Angel From Montgomery.” He earned critical and industry acclaim, even if his work was not particularly commercially successful, and his songs were covered — and made into hits — by everyone from George Strait to Miranda Lambert, among many others.

These 13 Prine lyrics — largely pulled from his songs’ choruses — are some of his very best:

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