Ana Popovic Rocks Montana’s Crown Guitar Fest

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Article by Debra Devi for the American Blues Scene Magazine.

Ana Popovic(BIGFORK, MT) — Ana Popovic proved the blues knows no bounds as the first female Artist-In-Residence at the internationally acclaimed Crown of the Continent Guitar Festival & Workshop Aug 24-31 in Bigfork, Montana. Not only did Popovic play a searing concert that brought a crowd of hardcore guitar aficionados repeatedly to its feet, she also jammed with Dweezil Zappa, legendary session and jazz guitarist Lee Ritenour, Americana singer Shelby Lynne and John Oates of Hall & Oates.

Popovic just about burned the festival’s big white concert tent down with one raging solo after another on tunes like “Can You Stand the Heat” and a revved-up cover of Albert King’s “Can’t You See What You’re Doing to Me?” She also popped up throughout the week to jam with her intimidating fellow Artists-In-Residence.

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