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New, But Familiar

Rock band aims to connect with new release JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com “The same, but different” is how pop rock group Plain White T’s are describing their new album, “Parallel Universe”

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An Innovative Interlude

Summer series puts jazz in the spotlight for 20 years JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com “The seed for this whole idea came about through a musician who wanted to have a performance

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Country Classic Richochet Headlines Mudtown Days

Heath Wright grew up listening to old-school country music — Charley Pride, George Jones, Tammy Wynette — and it’s all he ever wanted to play. “The radio was always on,”

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Into The Night

New music series expands entertainment options JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com Ropeswing Hospitality Group will host a new music series in June at its property Record off the Bentonville downtown square. The

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Performing History

For symphonic music, the first few decades of the 20th century were “the best of times [and] the worst of times.” Composers like Aaron Copland and George Gershwin were writing

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Three Minutes, Three Questions

Soprano Danielle Talamantes

Any lover of American musical theater knows the story of Puccini’s masterpiece “La Boheme.” Marcello and Rodolfo, the starving artist and poet; Colline, a philosopher, and Schaunard, a musician; Mimi,

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One Man, Many Faces: Woody Guthrie speaks through one actor’s passion

Randy Noojin’s reasons for writing and presenting a one-man tribute to Woody Guthrie are as multi-faceted as the show he has created. “No one captures Woody’s indomitable life-affirming spirit quite

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No Words, Just Music: Grammy winning guitarist lands at ARC

Sara Parnell is always ready to open her Artist Retreat Center to a musician passing through Northwest Arkansas. There’s a serendipitous parallel there with Ed Gerhard, a Grammy winning guitarist

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Take Note

Talking to Brantley Gilbert on the phone is like calling up any one of your down-home buddies — he’s friendly, casual, charming. His easy warmth and laid-back disposition are abundant,

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Let Your Voice Be Heard

A cappella competition bigger, better than ever   The aca-awesome Walton Arts Center-produced VoiceJam A Cappella Festival returns to Fayetteville for its fourth consecutive year. The festival will see groups from