The ladies of the Louisiana delta folk duo Silo start each of their shows by assembling and schlepping “ten thousand things” out of their “tour van.”
There were moments at both shows where the thought came to me saying, “This is what new-age rock n’ roll sounds like.”
The Black Cadillacs are a bunch of young guys with a love for 60s and 70s classic rock. The blues-based indie rock band hails from Knoxville, Tenn.
There’s only one gypsy-punk-country-grumble-boogie band in the land, and that’s Dirtfoot.
From Montreal, Canada, Adventure Club is an electronic music duo. They specialize in “meshing dubstep’s chainsaw synths with delicate vocals and surprisingly upbeat melodies,” to make their own brand of EDM.
By Nick Brothers After the sun set on Mulberry mountain Friday night, The Flaming Lips took the stage. I was one person in a sea of 19,000, and it was hard to ignore the good vibes everyone was putting off. The Lips are known for their theatrical performances, and tonight would be no different. Wayne…
Not long after arriving at Wakarusa, I had my first band interview with Paul Janeway of St. Paul & The Broken Bones. He was a super regular guy, and extremely down to earth. Watching him perform on Friday with the band was like a 180.
THURSDAY, April 10 Chelsea’s, Eureka Springs: 9 p.m., Bloody Ol’ Mule & the Poorhouse Millionaires Club Push, Fayetteville: 9 p.m., Karaoke; 10 p.m., EDM with local DJs George’s Majestic Lounge, Fayetteville: The Mallett Brothers, Josh Abbott JJ’s Grill, Fayetteville: 6 p.m., Jeff Fox JJ’s Grill, Rogers: 6 p.m., Jon Dooly Jose’s, Fayetteville: 10 p.m., DJs…
The Ozark Blues Society of Northwest Arkansas will be growing the blues festival experience with the 11th Annual Blues in the Natural State Music Festival on Friday and Saturday when two-dozen acts will perform on six stages in Fayetteville.
It truly is a celebration of community, and we knew we had to continue the tradition.