There’s a lot to be said about the southern psychedelic rock band The Bright Light Social Hour.
Things are picking up pace it seems for Foley’s Van, Fayetteville’s resident progressive bluegrass band.
Henry Roland, from Austin, Texas, is a one-man-funk-band who utilizes loop recording pedal technology to live record several different instruments to create a funk fest of sounds.
Their Friday night headlining set was truly a roots music performance, inducing trance-like vibes with their originals like “Snowden’s Jig.” Despite being strictly acoustic, their performance was electrifying.
There’s just something sweet about the Fayetteville singer-songwriter, Candy Lee.
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.