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Two Guitar Men …

Favorite moment of the concert Saturday? When Smith’s father, Gus, a guitar guru in his own right, and his kindergarten-age daughter, Annsley, joined him on stage.

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Primus Tickets Going On Sale

Two flavors I never thought I’d see in the same sentence: Primus and Rick Springfield.

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Memphis Pencils get a $300 boost for CD

Art Amiss is awarding a $300 grant to Fayetteville band Memphis Pencils to help them professionally master their new album.

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Matt Smith And 'MSG'

Matt Smith, guitarist of The Flipoff Pirates and many other Northwest Arkansas music groups, is proud to announce the release of his brand new album, “MSG – Now Or Never” featuring Jeff Sipe on drums and Reed Mathis on bass.

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Calling All Banjos

Frustrated that various avenues of dissent seem to have no significant impact, the anti-war committee of the Omni Center decided to stage a different kind of event.

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Can't Miss Music

Craving some scintillating sounds to tickle your ear holes? There’s a lot to be excited about in the diverse offerings in the area for next week and beyond.

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Cowtown Delayed

Threats of continued ice and snow have canceled performances by Hot Club of Cowtown on Wednesday, Feb. 9 in Fort Smith and Thursday, Feb. 10 in Fayetteville. They will be rescheduled for some time in May.

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Local Salsa Star Makes Return

Boris Silva, salsa singer-songwriter, will appear as the special act of the month for Salsa Night on Saturday,
Jan. 29 at Teatro Scarpino in Fayetteville.

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Photography, Album Art, Music

I don’t remember the first time I saw Perpetual Werewolf at a house show. I remember seeing photos of the show a few weeks later and wondering what I had missed, only a few feet away.

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Fayetteville Flavor

The Fayetteville 2011 Compilation Album will be unveiled at a show Saturday night at George’s Majestic Lounge. Jeff Kearney from local musical group The 1 oz. Jig came up with the compilation CD idea and was a driving force behind it’s creation. Jeff was kind enough to sit down for a coffee at Common Grounds to talk about the album and answer the Freekly’s goofy questions.