FloydFest has expanded their 2018 lineup! Taking place in Floyd, Virginia, from July 25th through 29th, festival organizers have added Gov’t Mule, The Mother Hips, and Tyler Childers to the “Wild” lineup. Also performing the 2018 event are Foster The People, Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, and Old Crow Medicine Show.The full lineup also features sets from ZZ Ward, The Infamous Stringdusters, Leftover Salmon, Hiss Golden Messenger, Greta Van Fleet, Keller Williams + Pettygrass, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Antibalas, Buffalo Mountain Jam, Langhorne Slim, Nikki Lane, The Steel Wheels, Son Little, The Lil’ Smokies, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades, No BS! Brass Band, and many more.You can check out the full lineup below, and head to the FloydFest website for details. read more
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NZ Herald 8 August 2014An Internet-Mana Party video clip of a frenzied crowd cheering on Kim Dotcom and chanting “F*** John Key” is being compared to Nazi Germany propaganda – although a political marketing expert concedes it could appeal to youth.The Prime Minister was dismissive of the video, saying he did not want to dignify the chant with a response. “It’s for New Zealanders to judge.”But he fired a shot at Mr Dotcom: “The reality is that Kim Dotcom doesn’t care about New Zealanders. He cares about not being extradited.”The clip and the reaction to it is the latest in a series of exchanges between John Key and the Internet Party, which could spice up his showdown with party leader Laila Harre on Monday at a Helensville candidates’ meeting.The video, taken two weeks ago during an IMP party in Christchurch, shows Mr Dotcom addressing a crowd shouting his name.Family First NZ yesterday laid a complaint about the video with the Advertising Standards Authority.http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11305639 read more