Afroman By the time the weekend makes its inevitable return, it seems like I’m nearly worn down. And then I remember I have fewer obligations, and live music to watch. Then things look a little better. So, it’s the weekend, or will be when you leave the office for the day (hopefully).View Post
Click here to view the embedded video. An apology first: The sound quality is poor. But … there isn’t a better way to see just how much Arkansas native Justin Moore loves his home state. Captured here at the recent Thunder on the Mountain festival near Ozark, he calls the Hogs, wears a Razorback shirt and sings “Redneck Side.” Arkansas has produced a few country stars over the years, from traditional (Johnny Cash) to more contemporary (Joe Nichols)View Post arkansas, beaten, concert announcements, home, houser, industry, justin, justin-moore, music industry news, randy houser, sound, tour
Wynonna Sappy sentiments abound in Christmas music. Just not during Wynonna’s interpretation of Christmastime sounds. The veteran vocalist and country music star (both as a solo artist and as a one half of the duo The Judds) has packed together a night full of upbeat Christmas tunes. She doesn’t have time to mope — instead, she’s thankful, she told me recently by phoneView Post cactus moser recovery, cactus-moser, christmas, media, nwa music news, process, story, tour, wynonna
Click here to view the embedded video. Brantley Gilbert likes to “Kick it in the Sticks.” Fayetteville has been keeping it country all year at the Arkansas Music Pavilion. The theme of country music at the Arkansas Music Pavilion continues when Brantley Gilbert and his “Hell on Wheels” tour comes to the venue on Oct.View Post arkansas music pavilion, arkansas-music, brantley gilbert, country, hell on wheels tour, hell-on-wheels, pavilion, tour, venue, wheels
Click here to view the embedded video. The song above is “Electric Worry” by Clutch. If your primary worry is about Clutch not visiting Fayetteville, stress no longer. Touring in support of their re-release of the album “Blast Tyrant,” hard rockers/metal band/etc… rockers Clutch will visit Fayetteville, it was recently announced.View Post clutch tour, country, electric, industry, lionize, lounge, music, prong, tour
Life is good for musician Keb’ Mo’.
He has a family. He has three Grammy Awards. And yet, he plays the blues.
“I love the blues, but I don’t have the blues,” he tells Northwest Arkansas Media features editor Becca Bacon Martin in a recent interview.
In a story that we published Friday, the artist — real name Kevin Moore — chats about his family life, his desire to be unconventional and his tour, which will bring him to Fayetteville for a performance Wednesday (Jan. 25) at the Walton Arts Center.
You can read our story with Keb’ Mo’ online [although you'll have to be a subscriber to do so].
The Wednesday-night show at the Walton Arts Center begins at 7 p.m. Tickets range from $29-$49 and are available through the venue’s website or by calling 443-5600.
We’ll see you at the show.View Post arkansas, artist, concert reminders, contemporary blues, keb mo, tickets, tour, walton, walton-arts, wednesday-night