Pre-playing LarkFest 2011

we are jeneric standing bass

They are Jeneric. And they're playing at noon.

As you well know, LarkFest is this Saturday. After the jump, the stage schedule for the musical acts, both national and local -- plus a video playlist of the acts so you can do a little previewing. (Alternately, if you're coming to this post after LarkFest, you can listen again.)

On with it...

Stage schedules

Courtesy of our friends at WEXT...

Madison Avenue stage

11:00 am - The Landlines
12:00 - We Are Jeneric
1:00 - Graffiti6
2:00 - Faces on Film
3:15 - Motopony
4:30 - Mike Doughty

Washington Avenue stage

10:20 am - Blotto
11:00 - Ben KN
12:00 - Alex Torres & His Latin Orchestra
1:00 - Severe Severe
2:00 - Cody Beebe & the Crooks
3:15 - Jason Spooner
4:20 - Diego Garcia


Mike Doughty

Diego Garcia

Motopony

Jason Spooner

Cody Beebe & the Crooks

Faces on Film

Graffiti6

Alex Torres & His Latin Orchestra

Blotto

The Landlines

We Are Jeneric

Ben KN

Severe Severe


photo: We Are Jeneric Facebook

Comments

Jen and Eric of We are Jeneric

1) Great songs
2) Incredible live show
3) Great musicians
4) Young and attractive

Why aren't these kids rock stars? I assume it must be the talent that is scaring off the industry since very few popular acts have any.

If they can get people rocking in Albany in a church during a hurricane, I'm willing to bet they could do the same at Bonnaroo.

Too bad life isn't fair.

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