Herrick has been added to the roster of stellar performers for the 2012 edition of BamaJam, arguably the South's most spectacular outdoor entertainment extravaganza.
The Nashville based band recently pocketed the prestigious Country Song Award in the 11th Annual Independent Music Awards (IMA) for "Cry Memphis" from the band's 2012 debut album NEW DANCE.
Herrick makes a triumphant return to BamaJam with the dynamic musicianship and intricate harmonies that proved to be a winning combination in the 2010 Jim Beam Battle of the Bands at the famed Alabama music festival.
Fresh off their IMA win, the band returns to BamaJam 2012 joining a star-studded roster that includes Tim McGraw, Zac Brown Band, Kid Rock, Willie Nelson, Alan Jackson, Sheryl Crow, Jamey Johnson, Eric Church and Gov't Mule, to name a few. Herrick is set to perform on June 14th at the fest.
From the BamaJam Music Festival to the Grand Ole Opry, Herrick continues to grip music fans and industry professionals alike with a dynamic live show combined with compelling songwriting and comprehensive instrumentation, posing a triple threat affair that has established the band with a stronghold on the touring circuit with an average 125 shows a year.
NEW DANCE is produced by Herrick with Buddy Cannon and Michael Bonagura and released on Breakaway Entertainment. The forthcoming single "Do You Love Me" will hit radio this summer. Herrick is comprised of Donna Herrick (mandolin/lead vocals), Kerry Herrick (bass/vocals), Zach Ballard (drums/percussion), and Jefferson Rogers (lead guitar/lap steel/acoustic guitar).
Check out http://www.herricklive.com for show dates and ticket information.
BamaJam 2012 is a production of BamaJam Productions, LLC. For more information about BamaJam, please visit http://www.bamajam2012.com