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Aida Victoria, Nash Hall – Hopscotch Music Festival

Originally from Spartanburg, South Carolina, songwriter and guitar player Adia Victoria now lives in Nashville. Rolling Stone describes her as “PJ Harvey covering Loretta Lynn at a haunted debutante ball” but fans of Skylar Gudasz and Jack White would like this, too. Why? ‘Stuck In The South’ from Beyond The Bloodhounds says “I don’t know nothing ’bout southern belles but I can tell you about southern hell.”

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Hopscotch 2016

Blog Post courtesy of  Tess Magnum Ocana “I make concerts, festivals and cultural events happen. I like fresh peaches”
Assistant to the Executive Director at Durham Central Park
Leadership Team for Art of Cool Festival
Photos courtesy of Cathy Foreman of Reflections by Cathy and frankmyers.photography

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