MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Jubilee CityFest officials have added two more acts to this year's festival. New Orleans based rock band Cowboy Mouth and American rock band Tonic will perform on the Poarch Creek Indian/Miller Lite/Hyundai Train Shed Stage Friday, May 28, 2010.
Cowboy Mouth with their energy and excitement, play around 200 shows a year and has released 11 albums. They are set to release another studio album in 2010. They have toured several times with acts such as Hootie and the Blowfish, BareNaked Ladies, Sister Hazel and Better Than Ezra. Cowboy Mouth is made up of Fred LeBlanc (Drummer/Lead Singer), John "the Griff" Griffith (Guitar/Vocals), Jonathan "JP" Pretus (Rhythm Guitar) and Regina Zernay (Bass).
Some of their most popular songs include Love Of My Life, Everyone Loves Jill, Easy, Disconnected, How Do You Tell Someone and Jenny Says. Also their single I Believe ran during a video tribute to the New Orleans Saints on the New Orleans NBC Affiliate before the Monday Night Football game against the Atlanta Falcons.
The band Tonic is set to release its fourth studio self titled album "Tonic" on May 4, 2010. Two singles from the new album have already been released Daffodils and Release Me. Tonic is made up of Emerson Hart (LeadVocals, Rhythm acoustic and Electric Guitars), Jeff Russo (Lead Rhythm acoustic and Electric Guitars , Vocals) and Dan Lavery (Bass Guitar, Vocals and Piano).
The two-time Grammy nominated band is know for songs such as Take Me As I Am, Knock Down Walls, You Wanted More,Mean to Me, Head on Straight and If You Could Only See.
Jubilee CityFest will be held during two weekends in May, on Saturday, May 22nd and Friday, May 28th and Saturday, May 29th (Memorial Day weekend) in downtown Montgomery.
To get more information on various Jubilee CityFest events and to purchase Jubilee CityFest Passport Ticket, visit the newly designed website at www.jubileecityfest.org.