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Blind Pig Confessions's Podcast

Sep 14, 2018

Cowboy, Dougy Fresh, and Paulie Gee(e's are silent) are back one again to graciously cover this amazing two-day music festival and benefit.
The event that started back in 2004 for one very special girl is now bringing families and friends from across America and beyond for a weekend of celebration and to bring awareness and more support for those affected by 4p-, also known as Wolf-Hirschhorn Syndrome (WHS), an extremely rare chromosome disorder.
As always, the Pigs bring their own brand of silly, laid back fun to cover Kammy's Kause, without forgetting the heartfelt reason why they are there.
Helping to co-host the event is the beautiful Sara Bishop and the Pigs' personal bodyguard, Griswold Stout.
Tune in to Part One as they are joined by numerous band members and friends who come out each year to play music and give their time throughout the year to support Kammy and the 4p- Support Group.
A big thanks for those who jumped on a mic to talk about why this event is so special to them as well as what's going on with their respective bands, Mr. Zach Garner, Chris Sarber and David Charles Bailey of Pinky and The Basterds, and Ben Jarvis of Audiodacity.
The boys had a great time, once again, being part of the Kammy's Kause family and talking to friends and supporters and they give a shout out and request to their fans in Lebanon.
Be sure to stay tuned for the release of Part Two when they are joined by more band members and the very busy, father and Kammy's Kause founder, Mr. Jared Hiner.

Shout outs in this week's episode include: New Glarus; Kopacetic; Founders Brewery; Spring Mill Bourbon; Mr. G's; D.G Yuengling and Son Inc.; Corey Michael Cox; Breakdown Kings; Rob Dixon; The Fighting Jamesons; Cole Woodruff; Benjamin Cannon; Crepitus; Twin Cats; Ryan M. Brewer; Kevin Fertig; Nate Gray and Steve Lee; Josh Kaufman; Ark Barn Productions; Jenn Cristy; and Spark Joy Music

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