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HOT NEW COUNTRY LIVE ON THE RIVER

 WYANDOTTE, Mich., June 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Wyandotte's riverfront will come alive to the sounds of hot new country music at the W4 Country (106.7 FM) 2nd Annual "Miller Genuine Draft Hot Country Jam" June 25, 26 and 27.
 This free music extravaganza will bring to the Downriver area some of the best innovative and contemporary acts of today. It all begins on Friday with Patty Loveless, Tracy Lawrence, Radney Foster and Marty Stuart. Saturday will sizzle with Confederate Railroad, Junior Brown, Pam Tillis and Doug Stone. Sunday will wrap up this exciting event with Lari White, Deborah Allen, Highway 101 and Sammy Kershaw. In addition, this fun-filled family weekend will highlight some of the area's finest local country bands and dancers.
 Featured Friday night will be W4 Country's Kevin Scollin and WXYZ-TV Channel 7's Rob Kress, as they host the WXYZ-TV special "Country Cool-Downriver" direct from the "Hot Country Jam." Included in this hourlong special is W4 Country's Brenda Matthews, as she interviews some of today's favorite country artists. "Country Cool-Downriver" will air live Friday, June 25, at 8 p.m.
 The "Hot Country Jam" will open Friday afternoon at 2:30 and at noon both Saturday and Sunday. All entertainment is free and will take place in the festival site adjacent to Bishop Park (between Oak and Elm streets) on the banks of the Detroit River in downtown Wyandotte. W4 Country will broadcast live from the festival site. Face painters, balloons, caricature artists, western jewelry and clothiers are among the many festival features. Barbecue turkey legs, fresh baked goods, ice cream, fresh lemonade and Wyandotte's own Kolo's Kitchens Polish specialties will be among the wide variety of delicious foods and beverages that will be available. Ample public parking is available in downtown Wyandotte.
 The "Miller Genuine Draft Hot Country Jam" is a W4 Country presentation sponsored by Farmer Jack and Valvoline and is presented in conjunction with the city of Wyandotte. A portion of the proceeds will go to support area veterans, the National Kidney Foundation of Michigan, and Wyandotte-area non-profit groups and clubs.
 The public can receive full event information by calling the "Hot Country Jam" Hotline at 313-259-9659.
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 /CONTACT: Jeff Griffiths of W4 Country, 313-259-4323; or Kelle Morse of C&B Scene, 313-459-6969, for "Hot Country Jam"/


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