Aggressive riffage, a crazy bass/guitar rig, grungy vocals and psychedelic effects make up the raw sound of new Fayetteville rockers Of The Heavy Sun.
Sara Evans, a native of rural Missouri, released her debut album “Three Chords and the Truth” in 1997. Since then she’s been a staple of country music, putting out several platinum records and songs that became instant classics like “Suds in the Bucket.”
After meeting Natural Child in person and catching their kick ass rock ‘n’ roll show I’m convinced that these dudes one, don’t take themselves too seriously, and two, take rock ‘n’ roll very seriously.
Despite the sweet name, there’s a subtly dark attitude to the alternative folk group with the songwriting of country woven with rock’s edge.
Darcy has sewn heavily for the past 11 years, mostly making dresses for herself using vintage patterns.
With a lifetime of performing live music across the world, Fayetteville greats Earl Cate and his band Them are dropping their first live album this weekend at George’s Majestic Lounge, a venue they’ve been playing since the 70s.
After touring for quite some time on their impressive debut album in 2010, The Bright Light Social Hour — from Austin, Texas, — have broken the silence and released their follow-up album.
Bombay Harambee is all about the physical media.
Up until now, Shawn James always sold his music at a “pay what you want” price point.
Kouakou Yao “Angelo,” the master drummer and dancer of Afrique Aya, surveyed the crowd at the Springdale Public Library — mostly families and children lying in wait for his next move.