All That Remains happened to pick an excellent band name when they first started out.
Boston-based Dopapod will be straight jammin’ up a blend of prog-rock electro funk this Tuesday at George’s Majestic Lounge. If those descriptors seemed kinda out there, that’s because they are. Dopapod is likely to be one of the most unique and “far out” groups in the music scene today. The band has played just about…
Moon Taxi have been blowing up these past few years, and they’re about to treat Fayetteville to big ol’ jam session.
One of the longest running Fayetteville alternative/post-punk bands, The Inner Party, is alive and well and are playing a show this Tuesday, Oct. 6 at JR’s Lightbulb Club.
While the Fayetteville Roots Fest last week featured a few artists that played traditional folk styles in music with traditional folk instruments, there was one group that stood out from the rest. They were the Shook Twins. Renown for their “quirky folk” style, the two identical (yes, imagine interviewing them) twin sisters Katelyn and Laurie…
A super-fun, super-talented band is coming to town. Yes, their name is actually Diarrhea Planet, and there’s four guitarists in the band.
While the name Snake Girty Turncoat sounds like a folk legend, it’s actually the Fayetteville-based folk trio of musicians Ansel Ogle, Ginny Garber-Ogle and Joshua Walters.
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.