Erykah Badu, Talib Kweli, and Stephen Marley make show-stopping appearances at a music fest with 5 stages (and plenty of cuisine) each day
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Headliner: Erykah Badu: Hers is a sound born at the crossroads of jazz, soul, funk, and hip-hop—a spot where Billie Holliday marries Marvin Gaye and the wedding band is the Wu Tang Clan. The four-time Grammy-winning “Queen of Neo Soul” first brought listeners to this place through her debut, Baduizm, and recently welcomed them back while adding her bourbon-aged soprano to Janelle Monáe’s “Q.U.E.E.N.”
Lucero: a prolific country-punk quintet that specializes in what The A.V. Club calls “a synthesis of soul, rock, and country that is distinctly Memphisian”
Talib Kweli: The face of underground hip-hop, whom Jay Z summed up on the Black Album with one simple rhyme—”If skills sold, truth be told/I’d probably be/lyrically/Talib Kweli”
Also Appearing on Saturday: Houndmouth | MS MR
Headliner: Stephen “Raggamuffin” Marley: The son of Bob and Rita is a prolific reggae artist in his own right, having won six Grammy Awards for his work with Ziggy Marley & The Melody Makers. He also took home a Grammy of his own when his Revelation Pt. 1 — The Root of Life earned Best Reggae Album in 2012.
Greensky Bluegrass: a guitar, dobro, upright bass, banjo, and mandolin player who blends traditional bluegrass and roots rock with a hint of distortion for soulful tracks like “Handguns” and kazoo-laced numbers like “Hot Dogs (On Parade)”
Also Appearing on Sunday: Charles Bradley and His Extraordinaires | Carlos Varela | Futurebirds