Blackhawk with Henry Paul at the 2010 Flatrock Festival in Nashville TN

The Flatrock Music & Arts Festival featuring Blackhawk with singer Henry Paul. Henry Paul is also the singer for the southern rock bands The Outlaws and the Henry Paul Band. This was at the 2nd annual Flatrock Festival on May 28, 2010 at Coleman Park in Nashville Tennessee. Blackhawk performs a Blackhawk song, as well as There Goes Another Love Song, an Outlaws tune. Henry Paul was also a regular at the Nashville Volunteer Jam concerts. Video by Pat Adams from www.TennesseeConcerts.com. See our Flatrock Festival pictures at www.tennesseeconcerts.com/flatrockfestival2010

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