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Old Times, New Times

They all caught the bug at someone’s knee. Donna Mulhollan played old-school country music with her dad. Her husband Kelly listened to the stories told by old men waiting for

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Three Minutes, Three Questions: Egyptian rock star Ramy Essam

The House of Songs Ozarks’ January artist residency unites Egyptian rock star and “voice of the 2011 Egyptian revolution” Ramy Essam, and Earth Day co-founder and Cornell University law professor

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Multicultural, Multifaceted

WAC continues season with diverse offerings A new year marks a fresh start — new and exciting possibilities. That could also describe the spring semester of the Walton Arts Center

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Trillium Salon Series

The Trillium Salon Series set out to break down barriers around classical music by changing perceptions of the genre and presenting concerts in casual settings. Roughly a year and a

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Venue Variety Is The Spice

Music lovers gain even more choices Be It Resolved Northwest Arkansas’ music scene is thriving. There lives here a tradition of great local music dating back to the Cate Brothers

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Venue Variety Is The Spice

Be It Resolved Northwest Arkansas’ music scene is thriving. There lives here a tradition of great local music dating back to the Cate Brothers and Levon Helm, as well as

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A Christmas Collaboration

Young cellist performs concerto with SoNA JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com Cellist Michael Tynes has been perfecting Camille Saint-Saëns’ Cello Concerto No. 1 in A minor for more than a year and

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5×5 Five Minutes, Five Questions Jonathan Story

5×5 Five Minutes, Five Questions Jonathan Story Jonathan Story has always gotten around. Growing up in Fayetteville, he served as accompanist for the Barbara Mashburn Scholarship Foundation, Schola Cantorum and

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Dark And Light

‘Mountain music’ keeps life in perspective BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com After six years, Perry Fowler has settled on a name for what he and partner Mark Baran play: mountain music. “People

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Four Minutes, Four Questions

Martina McBride

Whether you begin preparations for Christmas the day after Thanksgiving or you still hold out for a week or two, the cheery winter holiday is coming — along with all