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Amy Speace Takes The Stage At Kerrville Folk Festival

05-25-2007 | Music Events

Wildflower Records artist Amy Speace and her band The Tearjerks have been invited to perform Texas' famed Kerrville Folk Festival this June 2 on the Kennedy Mainstage as well as the Sundown Concert on June 5. Amy will cap her festival shows with an on-air interview and performance on KTBC FOX Morning News in Austin on June 6th at 7:45 sharp.

Saturday, June 2 - 7:00 PM
Kennedy Mainstage
Kerrville Folk Festival at The Quiet Valley Ranch
Kerrville, TX

Tuesday, June 5 - 7:00 pm
Sundown Concert at Threadgill Theater "New Folk In The Round"
Kerrville Folk Festival at The Quiet Valley Ranch
with friends Jud Caswell, Antje Duvekot and Jason Spooner
Kerrville, TX

Founded by Rod Kennedy, the Kerrville Folk Festival has run annually since 1972, making it the longest continuously running music festival of its kind in North America.

Amy Speace is presently being featured in PBS' leading series of "short-form" programming FastFocusTV, airing nationally on more than 100 U.S. public television stations reaching over 62 million households nationwide. She has started 2007 with a bang, winning IMA (Independent Music Awards) Vox Populi winner for Best Country Song, selected as a runner-up in the Open category of the 3rd Annual IAMA (International Acoustic Music Awards) and nominated "Emerging Artist of the Year" for the 2007 Folk Alliance Awards.

For more information on Amy Speace, visit and

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