Rolling into Fayetteville this Saturday complete with electro rock sound and serious hip-hop beats is Phantogram.
Since their release of their newest album, “Essential Tremors,” in September 2013, the band has been raging across the continental U.S., enjoying more and more exposure with radio play for the album’s single “Heavy Bells.”
Joe Purdy, the 34 year-old singer songwriter and Northwest Arkansas native, is an old soul.
Thirty minutes before his fantasy football draft, Matt squeezed in a phone interview for us.
American Lions, from Conway, Ark., are keeping rock n’ roll alive with their modern take on the classic rock sound.
Experiencing a Handmade Moments show is kind of like enjoying a spoonful of political discourse wrapped in local organic bacon and deep fried in hemp oil — and it’s all silky.
The music on “HEAL” has an ability to put the listener exactly into the mindset of the song, whether it’s teenage angst, anger or vindication.
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.”
Backstage during the Waka Winter Classic at George’s Majestic Lounge on Jan. 16, there wasn’t any beer to drink for the bands who were competing.