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Steve Graham |
Published: Friday, June 15, 2012, 9:47 a.m.

Doe Bay music festival lineup announced

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    Doe Bay Resort

The lineup for the 2012 Doe Bay Fest was announced Wednesday night. Not that it really matters at this point since the festival sold out in less than a minute, but the lineup is really good.

As always, the lineup is heavy on local artists like Kris Orlowski, Lemolo, Motopony, and Hey Marseilles just to name a few.

I will be highlighting some Doe Bay artists between now and the festival to get their take on playing a festival like this and also just to share their music.

Check out the full lineup below:

Blitzen Trapper, The Cave Singers, Thee Satisfaction, Bobby Bare Jr, Lemolo, Deap Sea Diver, Hey Marseilles, Noah Gundersen, Poor Moon, Portland Cello Project, Gold Leaves, The Maldives, Ivan & Alyosha, Motopony, Big Sur, Land of Pines, Kithkin, Kris Orlowski, Radiation City, Sons of Warren Oates, Kung Foo Grip, The Devil Whale, Birds and Batteries, Pretty Broken Things, Bison, Ben Fisher, Adra Boo, Kingdom Crumbs, Tom Eddy, Dave & Mandy
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