NX35 Adds 45 More Acts To Its Lineup. Among The Adds: HEALTH, Horse Feathers, And Many, Many More Locals.

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The folks at NX35 just posted a new blog entry on their site, effectively announcing the adds we already warned you would soon come. And, well, this list of 45 new acts (add that to the 123 previously announced performers) is chock full of gems, among them touring acts HEALTH, Horse Feathers, Math the Band, Carrie Rodriguez, Jookabox, Pigeon John,  Pomegranates, and These United States, as well as area favorites Damaged Good$, Doug Burr, Ishi, Mount Righteous, Nervous Curtains, PVC Street Gang, Oso Closo, Seryn, Slobberbone, The Great Tyrant and Whiskey Folk Ramblers.

We won't bother listing them all--check the new adds for yourself. They certainly do sweeten the Conferette's pot a bit.

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