Country Jam USA announces 2014 lineup

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For release on July 20, 2013
Artists announced for Country Jam USA 2014:

Country Jam USA is proud to announce a star studded line-up in celebration of their 25th Anniversary for 2014.

The American Country Awards breakthrough Artist of the Year, Jake Owen will kick off the festivities on Thursday, July 17. Owen’s biggest hits include the multi-week #1 singles “Alone With You” and “Barefoot Blue jean Night”, chart-topper “The One That Got Away” and current smash hit “Anywhere With You”.

Multi-platinum recording artist and song writer Dierks Bentley will follow on Friday, July 18. Dierks has written and recorded eight number 1 songs including, "Am I the Only One" and "What Was I Thinkin".

Saturday, ACM's Male Vocalist of the Year, Luke Bryan, will light up the stage. In previous months, Bryan has added multiple awards to his name including ACA's Album of the Year with "Tailgates and Tanlines".

In addition to the featured headliners, Country Jam USA will also be featuring Parmalee, Chase Rice, Chris Young and several other award winning artists soon to be announced.

"Our twenty-fifth anniversary is going to be a huge party. The owners and staff have already begun the planning process and are working to make this the largest music celebration in the Wisconsin area. There will be several more artists that will be announced in the near future," said Pamela Speckien, Sponsorship and Marketing Director for Country Jam USA.

Country Jam USA is a 3-day Country music festival located in Eau Claire, WI. The dates for the 2014 festival are July 17 - 19. For more information regarding Country Jam USA , including line-up and tickets please visit the website at

For information regarding the festival please contact Pamela Speckien, Sponsorship and Marketing Director for Country Jam USA. Pamela can be reached by calling 1-800-780-0526 or by e-mailing

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