Performing of John Rich, The Roys, Darryl Worley & MercyMe


Darryl Worley & MercyMe also set to perform at inaugural event
taking place on October 29th


Fall Festival at BamaJam FarmsEnterprise, Al. (October 3, 2011) – Country music star and 2011 Celebrity Apprentice winner JOHN RICH along with 2-time ICM Duo of the Year winners THE ROYS have been added to perform at the 2011 inaugural Fall Festival at BamaJam Farms taking place on October 29th.  The family-focused entertainment event will also feature musical performances by Darryl Worley, MercyMe, and Enterprise locals The Springs, hay rides, hay maze, along with many other fun activities to include a helicopter fly-over treasure drop for kids 7 and under.

BamaJam Farms currently has RV hook-ups, a 9-hole golf course, as well as its first series of ATV trails that will open that same weekend. There will be major expansions in several areas of the outdoor adventure venue which will include a water park, among other family-friendly areas.

Tickets for Fall Festival at BamaJam Farms will be $25 in advance or $30 at the gate. Military tickets are $15. Children 7 and under get in free. For more ticket info contact Scotty Cox at 334-797-5360 or visit

Stay tuned for much more info and exciting news to come from “BamaJam Farms: Where God and Country Coincide” to include, but not limited to, BamaJam 2012!

About John Rich:
Renowned artist, producer and songwriter John Rich is the reigning champion of NBC television show “The Celebrity Apprentice” and is also one-half of the multi-platinum duo Big & Rich. He has garnered multiple GRAMMY, ACM, CMA and CMT Music Award nominations and is a three-time ASCAP Songwriter of the Year recipient with 13 top ten hits including Faith Hill’s “Mississippi Girl,” Faith and Tim McGraw’s “Like We Never Loved At All,” Gretchen Wilson’s “Redneck Woman” and Jason Aldean’s “Hicktown.” Rich’s publishing company, Godfather Rich Muzik, recently received their first No. 1 award for publishing Jason Aldean’s hit “Don’t You Wanna Stay” feat. Kelly Clarkson. Rich’s first solo release, Son Of A Preacher Man, featured the hit single “Shuttin’ Detroit Down,” which was his first solo hit to land in the Top 15 on the Country Singles Chart. Rich is the only country music artist who has garnered a Top 15 single as a part of a group, duo and solo artist.

About The Roys:
Lee & Elaine Roy come from a unique musical family and are known for their superb sibling harmonies, “rootsy” sound and compelling original songs. The Massachusetts natives were “raised right” on country and bluegrass in New Brunswick, Canada.  They are the reigning two-time Inspirational Country Music Duo of the Year with three ICM nominations for the upcoming 2011 awards show.  Their latest album LONESOME WHISTLE (Rural Rhythm Records) debuted at #7 on BILLBOARD’s Bluegrass Albums Chart. 

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