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.
The Internet is a pretty ridiculous place. At least that’s what the minds behind the Artist’s Laboratory Theater think.
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.
The “tat cave,” as the owners have nicknamed Supernova, is a locally owned underground tattoo studio on Block Street.
Bombay Harambee is all about the physical media.
Joe Giles, 64, of Prairie Grove, Ark., is a man who has worn a lot of “hats” throughout his lifetime.
Jam band extraordinaires Widespread Panic will be headlining the Walmart AMP in mid-July.
Big news for all you country/western fans planning on returning to Mulberry Mountain this summer. The event is sure to be a big party.
Looks like we’ll be getting a semi-charmed kind of summer.
After traveling and managing bars in Fiji, Australia and Cambodia and being a long-time supporter of live music in northwest Arkansas, Jeremey Brown along with Brittany Cusanek have opened South Fayetteville’s newest vegetarian restaurant, avant-garde bar and live music venue.