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Get ready for the biggest beach party of the year! The Hangout Music Festival returns to the white sandy beaches of  Gulf Shores, Alabama May 20-22.

The inaugural 2010 Hangout Beach, Music, 7 Arts Festival featured a diverse lineup of over 50 artists including:  Zac Brown Band, John Legend, Trey Anastasio, The Roots, Ben Harper and Relentless7, The Black Crows, Alison Kraus and Union Station, Gov’t Mule, Ray Lamontagne, Michael Franti and Spearhead, Rodrigo Y Gabriela, Matisyahu, Girl Talk and more all on stages located on some of the most beautiful beaches in the country.

2011 promises to be bigger and better with never-before seen amenities and activities along with an exciting lineup yet to be announced. For a large variety of lodging options, visit Kaiser Realty, Official Sponsor of  The Hangout Music Festival.  Be sure to check out Kaiser’s Hot Deals for huge savings and ticket packages.

Songwriters FestivalMusic enthusiasts get ready!  The 25th annual Frank Brown International Songwriters Festival is coming to the Alabama and Florida Gulf Coast.  This event is scheduled for November 12-22 at local venues from Gulf Shores to Pensacola.  These restaurants and bars will be featuring over 100 of best and brightest songwriters from around the world, performing their own songs. This eleven day festival is an opportunity for songwriters to get together, share, and create new music.  So, come down to the Alabama Gulf Coast and enjoy the musical experience of the 2009 Songwriters Festival, which promises to be the biggest and best so far. 

For more information aabout the Frank Brown International Songwriters Festival, visit the Web:  http://fbisf.com/ or call (850)492-7664.

Alan JacksonGet your Stetson and Wranglers ready! Alan Jackson is scheduled to perform at the Wharf in Orange Beach, AL on March 1. Already a country music legend, Jackson continues to perform his brand of traditional country, shying away from the more pop-infused country that Nashville continues to churn out.

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