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Dawes, The Wailers, and more added to Savannah Music Festival lineup
Savannah Music Festival has added four acts to its lineup:

Jarekus Singleton
Added to “Blues in the Garden” with Heritage Blues Orchestra on Saturday, March 21

Mississippi's Jarekus Singleton may just be 30, but he's capturing the history of the blues while creating a bright future for the genre. With three 2014-15 Blues Music Award nominations, including Contemporary Male Blues Artist, Contemporary Album, and Album of the Year, he's one to watch.

Trustees Theater, Sunday, March 22

A roots rock band founded by brothers Taylor Goldsmith and Griffin on vocals, guitar, and drums, respectively, Wylie Gelber on bass and Alex Casnoff on guitar, the Dawes sound is rooted in vintage folk-rock in the vein of Crosby, Stills & Nash and Neil Young.

The Wailers
Trustees Theater, Tuesday, March 31

The Wailers return for their second Savannah Music Festival appearance. Fronted by Dwayne Anglin, (Danglin), the anchor of the Wailers is Aston "Family Man" Barrett, Bob Marley's right-hand man and reggae legend in his own right.

Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors
Ships of the Sea, Friday, April 3

A distinctive indie Americana group comprised of Drew Holcomb, wife Ellie, Nathan Dugger, and Rich Brinsfield, Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors began 2015 with a new LP, Medicine.

Tickets to additional SMF 2015 shows go on sale online at 10 a.m. on Saturday, February 7 at, and at 216 East Broughton Street and 912.525.5050 beginning Monday, February 9 at 10 a.m.