Just a couple weeks back, we reported the initial artist lineup for the 2007 High Sierra Music Festival, which takes place July 5-8th in Quincy, CA . Well, the High Sierra folks have announced some additions to that original lineup:

The Disco Biscuits
Drive-By Truckers
Martin Sexton
The Everyone Orchestra
Papa Mali
The Budos Band
Reeble Jar

Now that’s a pretty solid set of additions. We’re obviously pretty big Biscuits fans and they could be a contender for a killer late-night set. Martin Sexton and Drive-By Truckers add some serious folk/rock variety to the rest of a pretty jam-heavy lineup. Oh and to our earlier commenters: now you’ve got your Reeble Jar!

Get all your ticket info at the HSMF website.

Full, updated lineup after the jump…

The full High Sierra lineup is as follows:

Yonder Mountain String Band
Leftover Salmon Reunion
The Disco Biscuits
Drive-By Truckers
Les Claypool
Del McCoury Band
Chris Thile & The How to Grow a Band
featuring Bryan Sutton
Mavis Staples
Tea Leaf Green
Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk
Martin Sexton
Brian Auger’s Oblivion Express
Strings For Industry featuring Darol Anger, Tony Furtado,
Scott Law, Tye North and Carlton Jackson
The Waybacks
Brett Dennen
Hot Buttered Rum
Hot 8 Brass Band
The New Mastersounds
Papa Mali
Bobby Previte’s Coalition of the Willing
The Budos Band
Chicago Afrobeat Project
The Everyone Orchestra
The Mammals
Toubab Krewe
Great American Taxi
Jake Shimabukuro
Tony Furtado
Blue Turtle Seduction
Jamie Janover
That 1 Guy
Rev. Peyton’s Big Damn Band
Reeble Jar
Ryan Montbleau Band
Eddie Roberts’ Roughneck
Tzol & Tierro: the Kan’Nal Acoustic Duo
56 Hope Road

Previously on LMB:
High Sierra Music Festival 2007 | Initial Line-up Announced

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