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Music at its core reaches the soul of Skunk Festival fans

Published on Friday, April 11, 2014

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UnderHill Rose, a 3-piece all-female band, started the festival on Thursday.

Dana Jordan

UnderHill Rose, a 3-piece all-female band, started the festival on Thursday.



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The Kevin Abernathy Band from Knoxville, Tenn., missed last year's event because of a schedule conflict. 

Dana Jordan

The Kevin Abernathy Band from Knoxville, Tenn., missed last year's event because of a schedule conflict. 



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Dana Jordan with Jacob Johnson from Travelers Rest.
 

Dana Jordan with Jacob Johnson from Travelers Rest.

 

The 2014 Albino Skunk Music Festival will close out its three-day run Saturday to culminate a weather-perfect run. Cars, trucks, campers, ATVs, and makeshift theater viewing had music fans jamming throught the days an evenings.

From Underhill Rose, a 3-piece all female band, through early Saturday is was music non-stop.

Keith Abernathy, from Knoxville, Tenn., didn't let a schedule conflict take him out of performing.  “We wanted to perform here last year, but were unable due to a conflict in schedules. I’m just excited that worked out for us this year," said Abernathy.

Jacob Johnson, an artist from Travelers Rest, had the crowdon its feel to his  soulful guitar playing and his Blues toned voice.

Festivities continue all day Saturday until Sol Driven Train performs its final note to end one of the Skunk Festival's most memorable events.

 

 

 

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