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Celebrating their 25th anniversary year, Bluesfest are building on their all-star 2014 program with a second lineup being announced.

Already announced is a long list of top artists, including John Mayer, Dave Matthews band, Erykah Badu, Iron & Wine and Michael Franti & Spearhead.

So get ready, the list follows: Doobie Brothers, Aaron Neville (first Australian solo tour), Gregg Allman (first Australian tour), Boz Scaggs, India Arie, Suzanne Vega, Steve Earle & The Dukes, Dr John & The Nite Trippers, Jamaican Legends featuring Ernest Ranglin, Sly & Robbie and Bitty McLean, Jimmie Vaughan, The Wailers, Ozomatli, CW Stoneking, Larry Graham & Graham Central Station, Grandmothers of Invention, The Magic Band, Robben Ford, The Paladins, The Music Maker Foundation featuring Pat Wilder, Cool John Ferguson and Little Freddie King.

Festival director Peter Noble says, ‘We are so proud to be bringing you the Doobie Brothers, and just like Steve Miller Band at Bluesfest in 2013, they have hit after hit after hit.’ Visit www.bluesfest.com.au for more.

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