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Thursday 1st August 1996

Star Steven Chapman latest addition to Greenbelt festival

TOP AMERICAN CCM star Steven Curtis Chapman is a late addition to the bill for the Greenbelt Festival: Windows On Wild Heaven. Steven's new album 'Signs Of Life', scheduled for September release, represents a radical musical progression for Chapman. Taking in a strong Delta blues influence into his platinum-selling pop and country sounds, the album was produced by Brown Bannister.

Other last minute bookings for Greenbelt are Ricky Ross (who played an unscheduled set last year) and US singer/songwriter Peter Case. Other acts scheduled for Greenbelt, which will take place at Deene Park, Corby on 22nd to 26th August, include:- Martyn Joseph, Courtney Pine, Eusebe, Eden Burning, Ruby, Dakoda Motor Co, Sixpence None The Richer, lain Archer, Steve Apirana, GRITS, Andy Thornton, Johnny Q Public, Brian Houston, Disreali Gears and Pity The Small Thumbs.
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