Central United Methodist Church has looked “like a constant Chinese fire drill all day long,” with turnout surpassing even 2008, according to poll workers. The downtown Fayetteville church hosts voting for several precincts in the Dickson Street and Square areas. The downtown location was ideal for mayoral hopeful Dan Coody, who made downtown parking issues [...]View Post
Joe Ely It’s a gorgeous fall weekend (although a little crisp today), and you should probably be out and about, enjoying the sunshine and leaves. Truly — is there a prettier part of the country than Northwest Arkansas in the fall? Schools.com has decided the University of Arkansas is one of the 10 prettiest in the fall, for instanceView Post arkansas, concert, country, fayetteville, george's majestic lounge, green, industry, legacy blues, pat green, texas
Click here to view the embedded video. Mullet alert! Above is Joe Diffee, a country songwriter responsible for several hit songs in the 1990s, including “Pick Up Man,” the tune above. He plays Thursday at Cherokee Casino in West Siloam Springs.View Post area, cherokee, concert reminders, green, joe-diffie, music industry news, nwa music news, siloam, thursday
Wade Bowen photo by James Minchin III Texas country musician Wade Bowen has many friends among his genre, and he has collaborated with artists such as Pat Green, Bleu Edmondson and Randy Rogers. Bowen will perform Thursday night (June 14) at Neumeier’s Rib Room in Fort Smith. Tickets to the 8 p.mView Post bowen, concert reminders, edmondson, green, industry, minchin, music, neumeier's rib room, randy, rogers, texas country artists, tickets
Want some blues?
A St. Louis-based blues band comprised of members with extensive histories as studio musicians, Mississippi Fever comes west for a show Saturday night (Feb. 11) at Legacy Blues. The trio’s new self-titled album was reviewed by Blues Revue magazine, earning a 8 of 10 score. Mississippi Fever performs tonight at 9 p.m. Admission is free.
Other options abound, too.
A guest at last year’s Wakarusa festival, reggae rockers Rebelution return for a show Sunday (Feb. 12) at George’s Majestic Lounge. The group’s new album, “Peace of Mind,” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard reggae chart and No. 13 overall. Joining them for the 8:30 p.m. show are openers The Green and Pep Love. Admission is $15, and tickets are available at the club or through its website.
We’ve got a full calendar on the blog’s homepage. You can find some other ideas there.
See you at a show or two?View Post green, jackets, legacy blues, music, nwa music news, peace, rebelution, teenagers, teenagers band