You may have read in today’s What’s Up! section that Kevin Kinder (that’s me, the one responsible for the articles here at Tuned In) took on a different role in NWA Media, the group responsible for our papers and digital content such as this blog. And, while I’m now assistant features editor, you won’t notice any changes hereView Post
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
The Brantley Gilbert performance will go on tonight at the Arkansas Music Pavilion, but gates will open later because of the rain, Beth Bobbitt, Walton Arts Center spokeswoman, said in an email. Gates will open at 7 p.m.View Post arkansas, arkansas-music, brantley, brantley gilbert, gates, uncategorized, walton
You’ve earned a day off. Hope you’re not working. I’m not, so here’s a song about working instead. Enjoy, rest up, and we’ll be back Tuesday with your regularly scheduled programming.View Post back-tuesday, enjoy, happy-labor, happy-labor-day, kinder, king, not-working-i, sixteen-tons, tuesday, uncategorized
Ah, yes, the weekend. I can think of about 30 ways to celebrate. I don’t have time to get into all of the ways here, but just know you should enjoy yourself if you aren’t working. It’s unseasonably warm, the Razorbacks play a ranked basketball team at home and there are plenty of concerts to see.
Let’s get to the latter, shall we?
Indie rockers Daymoths is the husband and wife pair of Emily Dantuma and Ollie Dodge. They first started performing together in the band Vox Vermillion, then forged ahead as a duo. Daymoths recently released the album “Back in Time.” The group performs Saturday (Jan. 21) at Paradygm Shyft in Fort Smith. The 18-and-up show begins at 8 p.m. The cover charge is $5.
The same evening in Fayetteville, Stoney LaRue returns to a town he’s performed at many times.
The Red Dirt country musician has placed his emphasis on the road, playing about 200 live dates per year and releasing two live albums in the past decade. In August, however, he released just his second studio recording in the past six years, “Velvet,” a Top 15 country album. LaRue will return to the area for a show Saturday at George’s Majestic Lounge. Admission to the 9 p.m show is $15.
We’ll see you around, and have an awesome weekend.View Post album, area, boom kinetic, concert reminders, industry, music industry news, road, uncategorized, walter-savage
It’s ‘Rain’ing down shows! Two of note have been recently announced: A two-date run by Umphrey’s McGee at George’s and a show by Beatles tribute act Rain, who perform “Got To Get You Into My Life” above.
Tickets go on sale Friday (Jan. 20) for two shows coming to Fayetteville later this spring.
Announced late last week is a show by Rain, a touring production that offers a faithful tribute to The Beatles. The stage show includes video boards, costume changes, historical footage and more. Tickets for the group’s May 7 show at the Walton Arts Center go on sale at 9 a.m. Friday.
Tickets will be $38-$54 and can be purchased by calling 443-5600 or through the venue’s website.
Also, it appears that less than six weeks before their show at the nearby Wakarusa festival, jam rockers Umphrey’s McGee will perform at George’s Majestic Lounge on two consecutive nights. The shows, listed on the venue’s website, will be 8 p.m. April 17-18.
Tickets, according to the venue’s ticket website, will go onsale at 1 a.m. Friday. No price is listed.View Post center, george, george's majestic lounge, group, majestic, majestic-lounge, rain beatles tribute, show, show-at-the, ticket updates, uncategorized, walton