Music

An ARC For Bella Vista

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Heather Marie, a vocalist living near Branson, Mo., and Paul Price, who plays guitar and harp guitar, will bring a selection of cover songs to the ARC in Bella Vista tonight.

Historic structure now home to music and more BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com Raised in Bentonville, Sara Parnell remembers the brightly painted houses along U.S. 71 as the original Bella Vista — the resort, not the retirement village or the bedroom community it has become. And that’s what she wants others to see, too. So Parnell is…

LIVE! in NWA

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Zigtebra — She is Zebra. He is Tiger. Together, they make up lo-fi pop duo Zigtebra. The Chicago group is in the middle of a 120-day national tour this summer, including a stop at Backspace in Fayetteville at 7 p.m. Friday with Neon Glittery, Open Fields and PZA. With the release of “Take My Hand I’m Ready” last week, Zigtebra is keeping up with an ambitious 2017 plan to release a new song and music video every month for the entire year. zigtebra.com. $5.

  Today (7/13) Grady Philip Drugg — 9 p.m., with Buckle Up Baby, and The Girls Just Wanna Have Fun Boys. Backspace, Fayetteville. $5. 123 Andrés — 7 p.m. family concert, Crystal Bridges, Bentonville. Photosphere — 6 p.m., Fred’s Hickory Inn, Bentonville. Melody Pond — Gulley Park, Fayetteville. Stoney LaRue — with ShotGun Billys. JJ’s…

The Younger Set — Firefly Fling

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STAFF PHOTO ANDY SHUPE - Jules Taylor smiles as she performs with Shaky Bugs Thursday, Sept. 4, 2014, during First Thursday on the Fayetteville downtown square.

  Shaky Bugs learning, fun at Firefly Fling It might seem as though Jules Taylor is everywhere in Northwest Arkansas — on movie sets, performing with Phunbags comedy improv, helping helm the Fayetteville Film Festival, directing at Arts Live Theatre. But nowhere is she happier than entertaining and educating children with her Shaky Bugs program….

LIVE! in NWA

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Backroad Anthem — After making the move to the home of country music, Nashville, Tenn., Arkansas-bred country rockers Backroad Anthem are back in our neck of the woods for two shows on Sunday and Monday. The group will perform at Choctaw Casino in Pocola, Okla., at 7 o’clock both nights. Pursuing a new sound, the five musicians will release an EP of all new songs this year, giving fans something to look forward to. backroadanthem.com. Free.

Today (6/29) Mudlarks — 6 p.m., Bear’s Place, Fayetteville. Rain Kings — 7 p.m., with Ricky Young. Choctaw Casino, Pocola, Okla. Rozenbridge — 6 p.m., Crystal Bridges, Bentonville. Stephen Pigman — Dickson Street Pub, Fayetteville. Lindsay Will — Foghorn’s on Green Acres, Fayetteville. The Greg Creamer Band — Foghorn’s on W. 15th, Fayetteville. Steve Dimmitt…