Randall Shreve photo by Jade Howard Perhaps local rock/vaudeville band Randall Shreve and the Side Show‘s big break will come courtesy of a new live DVD the group plans to film this weekend. Or, perhaps it will be your big break.View Post
Late last week, I learned from a source the Black Crowes’ show scheduled for Sept. 11 would likely move from the Arkansas Music Pavilion to the Walton Arts Center. A Friday afternoon press released release later confirmed the move.View Post black, center, friday, music-industry, nwa music news, ticket updates, walton-arts
Click here to view the embedded video. The Black Crowes passed through the region earlier this summer for a set during which they played a medley of the songs “Hard to Handle” and “Hush,” the latter of them originally recorded by Billie Joe Royal. The Black Crowes are going to swoop in to Fayetteville this fall. The Black Crowes played at the Arkansas Music Pavilion during their farewell tourView Post arkansas music pavilion, band, black crowes at wakarusa, black crowes hiatus, friday, music, nwa music news, royal
Luke Bryan. All photos by KEVIN KINDER, NWA Media. All eyes were on Luke Bryan last night as he headlined the Friday night (June 7) edition of the ongoing Thunder on the Mountain country music festival last night in Franklin CountyView Post arkansas, concert wrap, friday, kelly, luke bryan, montgomery gentry, music, nwa music news, party, stage, thunder, thunder-on-the
Congratulations are in order for local band Flipoff Pirates. The group won a contest on Friday (Jan. 25) at George’s Majestic Lounge that will add them to the lineup for the Wakarusa festival, which takes place this summer on a mountainside in Franklin County.View Post cadillac, franklin-county, friday, majestic, majestic-lounge, music, pirates, wakarusa, winter, winter-classic
Miranda Lambert’s August concert at the Arkansas Music Pavilion was the best-attended show in the nearly decade-long history of the venue. FILE PHOTO. It’s that time of year again. It’s the end of the yearView Post arkansas, arkansas-music, county, file, friday, miranda-lambert, music-wise, northwest arkansas mall, nwa music news, pavilion, year
Before carving out a career as a jazz musician based in Colorado, guitarist Ryan Fourt, a Rogers native, studied at the University of Arkansas. He returns to Northwest Arkansas in time for the holidays and for several performances, including tonight (Dec. 20) and Friday (Dec.View Post concert, concert reminders, friday, holidays, legacy blues, northwest-arkansas, rogers, ryan fourt jazz, stone
Bartin Memberg This is the kind of Black Friday deal I like. It combines staying in bed a little later, listening to music and avoiding the mall. Former Memphis Pencils member Martin Bemberg recently released a new EP under the name Bartin MembergView Post album, black-friday, fayetteville, first, friday, memberg, pencils, sound, uncategorized
We offer this public service announcement as a courtesy to those reading the blog. You know we have a print edition, right? And you know we regularly post live music gigs in our print calendar, right? For free?View Post announcements, author, friday, kevin, monday, music, music-news, nwa, nwa live music, shakes, thanks
It’s hard to find a Leftover Salmon live track under 6 minutes. This one, “Breakin’ Thru,” clocks in at about 9 minutes.
How does one describe Leftover Salmon? Here’s how the band from Colorado does it: “the originators of the “Polyethnic Cajun Slamgrass” genre. Whatever that might be.
Perhaps it’s best to learn for yourself, which can be done when the band comes back to Fayetteville for a show on April 13, a Friday, at George’s Majestic Lounge.
The show begins at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are on sale now and are $20.View Post colorado, fayetteville, friday, george's majestic lounge, industry, leftover, leftover salmon, music industry news, polyethnic, whatever