Great White Be nice to each other, okay? I say this because I think a good 65 percent of rock ‘n’ roll acts are currently fighting.View Post
El Ten Eleven photo by Michael Klayman It’s nearly time for South By Southwest, which means it’s also about time for bands on their way to that music extravaganza to pass through our fair cities.The instrumental rock duo El Ten Eleven, for instance, will stop for a gig Sunday night (March 11) gig at The Lightbulb Club in Fayetteville. Entertainment Weekly magazine said the band “make(s) instrumental rock that’s not boring. I swear.” The show will start after 9 p.m.View Post band, concert reminders, el-ten-eleven, entertainment, fayetteville, fayetteville music scene, heartless, march, michael, show, southwest
Eddie Haskell’s Patio & Grill in the Shoppes at Pinnacle Hills closed its doors last week, but John George said the space won’t be vacant long. George is spokesman for Hunt Ventures, owner of The Shoppes. “We have had quite a bit of interest in the space and expect it to reopen soon as a […]View Post entertainment, restaurant
Fitz and the Tantrums are coming to Wakarusa. The name of the song, “Moneygrabber,” is not a commentary on the band or the festival.
In my rush to get the full Wakarusa lineup online last last week, I didn’t take the time to make sweeping, rash judgments about the quality and quantity of the artists coming this way.
And what’s a blog for if not for making generalizations?
Actually, I did some of that in print edition recently.
Here’s a brief rundown of my thoughts: The festival is very electronica friendly this year, a lot of the bands will be passing through Fayetteville in the months before the festival and the Avetts Brothers are great, because, well, they’re the Avetts, and I’m a big fan.
Read more of my thoughts courtesy of the Listen Here! column, an occasional feature in What’s Up! [Note: Subscriber content].
Some of you have already commented, and I appreciate that. For those who haven’t, what’s your take on this year’s lineup?View Post artists, band, entertainment, fayetteville, george, music, music industry news, name, song, tantrums, wakarusa
Bret Michaels is still ‘Riding Against the Wind.’ And riding his way back to Northwest Arkansas, too.
Michaels — himself affected by diabetes — will perform at the annual Kiss a Pig Gala, which raises money for diabetes research and treatment. The event takes place March 3 at the John Q. Hammons Center in Rogers.
As a charity fundraiser, dinner and wine tasting, tickets exceed that of a normal concert-only event. Individual tickets are $150.
For details, visit the Kiss a Pig website.View Post against, arkansas, concert, entertainment, hammons, john q. hammons center, riding, riding-against, veteran