NASHVILLE, Tenn. (July 29, 2021) –Starry Fields Farm will host its first music event from 12PM – 10PM on August 28, 2021 in partnership with Know Name. The event will bring some of the biggest names in regional, independent country music to Bowling Green, KY. Tickets are General Admission and $55 (student discounted tickets will be available).
“Starry Fields Farm does a wonderful job of creating and enabling community. We feel privileged to partner with them on their first of many events that will connect independent, Appalachian country music artists with the vibrant and growing city of Bowling Green. This event will be a celebration of local community through music!” says Kirk Brandenburg, Know Name.
“We are excited to invite the community onto our farm to experience this amazing, local music festival! It has been wonderful to collaborate with so many local vendors and nearby musicians to bring something really special to Bowling Green” says Jessica, Starry Fields Farm.
Know Name is a new veteran owned and operated media and promotion company bringing renewed vision to supporting and promoting independent, authentic artistry.
Starry Fields Farm’s mission is to grow flowers and connect humans. Nothing connects humans better than music so they are excited to bring the local community together around music on their farm.
About Daniel Donato
Incubated to the sounds of the Dead, educated by some of Nashville’s finest players, and having more than 2,000 shows under his belt and a social media presence, Daniel Donato is indeed a millennial whirligig of creative fire. He’s been dabbling in professional music since the age of 14 and yet he’s just getting started. “A Young Man’s Country” is the portrait of a restless artist as a young man, one whose story is singular and is still in its exciting, early chapters — and as this effort shows, the future is indeed cosmic.
About 49 Winchester
Alt-country soul from the heart of Appalachia in Russell County, VA. 49 Winchester delivers the poetically straightforward songs of singer/guitarist Isaac Gibson in a soulful electric live show. Rock & roll with roots planted firmly in the traditions of mountain music. The band made their start in the months after high school in late 2013 & have since made a name for themselves as warriors of the road, independently releasing three albums & playing hundreds of shows across the East and Pressing forward to new territories.
About Kelsey Waldon
Waldon is native of Monkey’s Eyebrow, Kentucky, who took an interest in singing, songwriting and playing guitar as a child. After moving to Nashville, she cultivated a loyal following through frequent touring across the U.S. and two critically acclaimed albums. Her persistence paid off when, on stage at the Grand Ole Opry, John Prine invited Kelsey to join his Oh Boy Records family. White Noise/White Lines released October 4, 2019 on Oh Boy Records.