Chicago, Steve Miller Band, and Kenny Chesney will be among the artists headlining the summer 2015 season at the AMP, officials announced today.
By night, Ben Adams, 29, puts the hours in as Mic Adams, who is hustling to chase his dream of making it in hip hop one day.
This 4,500 square foot night club feels spacious with a simultaneously industrial, yet posh atmosphere.
The Roots and STS9 were announced as headliners for this year’s Wakarusa in the first of the festival’s lineup announcements today.
A lot of great action films were released in 2014, but Snowpiercer was by far the most original action film delivering a great story on top of very well-thought-out action sequences.
Moving like a serpent to the rhythm of Spanish guitars and Arabic words, Sahlah Tepes performs the intricacies of belly dancing. Each move requires a focus on a different muscle in the body while moving across the floor, and the dance requires each muscle to mimic the beats of the drums.
It’s been a fantastic year for new music. Artists and bands of Northwest Arkansas haven’t been messing around either. A total of 12 albums, 12 singles and 16 EP’s were released by local artists in 2014.
Hamsa Newmark, a long-time Fayetteville resident will celebrate her 70th birthday on Saturday, Dec. 27. On that day there will be a celebration at Teatro Scarpino, 329 N. West Avenue from 7 to 10 p.m.
George’s Majestic Lounge will host the Fayetteville portion of the tour on Feb. 6. The deadline for artists to apply to enter the competition is Jan. 16.
Thunder on the Mountain Country Music Festival is excited to announce round one of the lineup for the 2015 festival. The first round of artists includes Zac Brown Band, The Band Perry, Eli Young Band and Chris Cagle, among others. The festival will take place June 26-28, 2015 on Mulberry Mountain near Ozark, Arkansas. Along…