The Avett Brothers. All photos by KEVIN KINDER, NWA Media. I think I heard The Avett Brothers on the radio once. If I did, it was courtesy of the eclectic folks over at KXUA, our local college station/hipster DJ collective.View Post
Ray Wylie Hubbard speaks in story form.
That’s the type of talent one (especially with Hubbard’s keen observational skills) develops after 40 plus years on the road.
He shares those stories in many ways, such as on the new tracks that will be released on “The Grifter’s Hymnal,” an album that will be released March 27.
He’s also working on a memoir that’s 70-80 percent complete, he says.
Hubbard chatted with me recently to share a few other stories from the road, like one about former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr and one about a guitar he found stuffed in a planter. Read more in a story I wrote for Northwest Arkansas Newspapers [Note: Subscriber content].
Tickets are $20 for the Fort Smith show or $15 for the Fayetteville event. Get tickets through the venue’s respective websites.View Post beatles, george's majestic lounge, grifter, majestic, music, newspapers, northwest, second, second-street, smith, tickets, wylie-hubbard