No Depression 1st Ever Fest: Iron/Wine, Welch, Hood, Sykes

GILLIAN WELCH, IRON & WINE TO HEADLINE FIRST-EVER NO DEPRESSION FESTIVAL
Saturday, July 11 | Marymoor Park- Redmond, WA
All-Day Event In Seattle Area Also Features Patterson Hood & The Screwtopians
Jesse Sykes & The Sweet Hereafter, Justin Townes Earle, Jessica Lea Mayfield

Gillian Welch
The first-ever No Depression Festival, sponsored by the pioneering and influential roots-music magazine, will take place Saturday, July 11, 2009, at Marymoor Park in Redmond, Washington, just outside Seattle. The all-day event will feature Gillian Welch, Iron & Wine, Patterson Hood & The Screwtopians, Jesse Sykes and The Sweet Hereafter, Justin Townes Earle, Jessica Lea Mayfield, a Seattle roots-music all-star revue, and Zee Avi.

No Depression launched as a quarterly (and then bimonthly) magazine in Seattle in 1995, and quickly became known as the foremost journalistic authority for roots-music genres ranging from alternative-country to singer-songwriters to bluegrass to trad-leaning indie acts, and beyond. In 2008, No Depression shuttered its print publication and launched a website, NoDepression.com, which in 2009 has transitioned into a community-oriented site that will soon house an extensive archive of the former print magazine's content. In addition, No Depression has partnered with University of Texas Press to issue a series of "bookazines," the second of which hit shelves this spring (a third is due in the fall).

Tickets, $45.00 (not including applicable fees), are on sale Friday, May 15 at noon at all Ticketmaster outlets, online at www.ticketmaster.com, or charge by phone 206-628-0888.

http://www.nodepression.com/index.aspx

[Published on: 5/13/09]

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