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Lucky Peterson, Bobby Patterson Added to Oak Cliff Music Festival

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See also: First ever Oak Cliff Music Festival set for November 3

In addition to Alejandro Escovedo, Carolyn Wonderland and the Joe Ely Band, Dallas R&B legend Bobby Patterson has been added to the two-stage lineup for the Oak Cliff Music Festival, as has blues man Lucky Peterson.

Curious about what other locals might be jumping on the lineup? The Kessler will be hosting a kick-off party on Saturday, September 22, with Grant Jones & the Pistol Grip Lassos, Hello Lover, Luna Matto, Jacob Metcalf and Ashley Myrick, and more names (wink, nudge) will be announced then.

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