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Miracle Field Bluegrass Benefit CD Release Party

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Big LeaguesDalton, GA -- Bluegrass Bands, Helping Hands will host its Volume Three Big Leagues CD release party at 7 PM on Saturday September 24th 2011 in the Dalton Freight Depot located at 305 S. Depot Street, Dalton, Georgia 30720. The event will feature musical performances from Earl Brackin, The Dixie Bee-Liners, Jubal's Kin and The Lone Mountain Band. Radio DJ and internet personality Geoff Morris, from Bendigo Australia will emcee the concert which is planned to be streamed Monday September 26th at 8PM Eastern on his Wall To Wall Bluegrass show on

The CD will be available for $15 with proceeds from the CD and the planned silent auction benefiting The Miracle League of Whitfield County. The helping hands CD is one of many area projects aimed at raising the funds necessary to complete the Miracle Field. When completed, the Miracle field will provide children with special needs in North Georgia and Chattanooga, Tennessee a special park to play baseball.

Seating begins at 6:30 p.m. with reserved table seating available to sponsors. There will be no admission charged for general seating. Concessions will be available for purchase. Individuals wishing to purchase the CD but cannot attend the event on September 24 will find the CD available at over 20 North Georgia locations or available on-line at

Volume Three CD: Big Leagues is a fantastic collection of 16 donated tracks featuring traditional bluegrass, bluegrass gospel, contemporary bluegrass and beyond. Performing artists include: Earl Brackin, Mark "Brink" Brinkman, Greg Brooks, Becky Buller, The Dixie Bee-Liners, Jim and Valerie Gabehart, The Hillbenders, Jubal's Kin, Jean-Luc Leroux, The Lone Mountain Band, Milkdrive, Rich In Tradition, Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen, Special Consensus, Valerie Smith and Beck Buller, and Donna Ulisse.

For more information visit or email Paul Byrum.

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