Day 2 was a more typical day at Bluesfest than Day 1. There were many different genres in play for you to choose from. The main stages featured quite a bit of country, including local rising star Kira Isabella and mega-star Jason Aldean. But if country was not your thing, there were plenty of options available amongst the other stages. I personally made it to quite a few stages to sample some acts, and two of them made our list of favourites.

I missed Charles Bradley the previous time he was at Bluesfest, but heard only good things about him. I did manage to catch him at other festivals twice in the past couple years, so I was very much looking forward to seeing him again. He certainly did not disappoint. The man is a natural performer.

 

Lynne Hanson and The Good Intentions

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Kira Isabella

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BlakDenim

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Hoodie Allen

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Bobby Bazini

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Ronnie Baker Brooks

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Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires

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