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Our Song is on VIEW FINDERS!

Whitfield Ave was chosen by the View Finders hosts to play during their Savannah episode.  An awesome show featured on GPB featuring 2 photographers traveling  & capturing all the beautiful areas throughout our state .

View Finders has been nominated for an Emmy!

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Every year The Kris Youmans Band hosts the Blues Plate Special music event for Meals on Wheels of Coweta. This year it will take place on Oct 8th @ Greenville Street Park in Newnan with a stellar lineup! Food trucks,merch, beautiful environment & the best of the blues & country blues-see you there~starting at 4 p.m.

ISLAND TIME!! Takin' the Boat over to Daufuskie Island for a full weekend of Music and a few Island adventures......                        

Thanks to All!! Our CD party @ The 'Mo was a Blast & we're ready for the great Spring/Summer events comin' up!                                                                                                                                                                                                   
                           KRIS YOUMANS & HER MIGHTY FINE BAND 
                      "Sho-nuff proof that country music is alive & well..."


From the Big Tex Newsletter:
   "Kris continues her great run at The Tex! She's got a sweet voice and a crack band of players that help her reach a high and lonesome sound that echoes Susan Tedeschi and Bonnie Raitt." 

   "Comin' in from nearby Newnan, GA, Kris Youmans' sound echoes the sound of Loretta Lynn and Tammy Wynette with a sweet dash of Bonnie Raitt thrown in for good measure." A staple for our Brunch, with a touch of Texas swing, especially with Warren "Barefoot Slim" Hall,  manning the steel with Jerry Douglas-style licks." 

   "Kris is a favorite Sunday Brunch Act with a voice that evokes Patty Loveless and Wynonna Judd and a tight band led by pedal steel player Warren "Barefoot Slim" Hall that takes her sound into the Savannah marsh where she was born and raised."