Wednesday To-do: April 7

Apparently last night’s Kenny Loggins show at Walton Arts Center was radass to the max. We were at the city council meeting but received word that Mr. Loggins did indeed play the Caddyshack theme song. According to similar tweets, Danger Zone and Footloose also made the setlist. Drool.

So what’s the dealio tonight?

For starters, there’s a public meeting at 5:30 p.m. in City Hall room 326 to discuss the details of the city’s proposal to implement a business registry for businesses in Fayetteville.

Once the bizness talk is over, it’s time to party.

Party #1: Little Rock’s 607 is in town at FIX tonight. If you haven’t seen 607 and you like (or even sorta like) live hip-hop, for the love of all that is holy, do yourself a favor and check him out. He. Rules.

Party #2: Philly’s Power Animal are at Smoke & Barrel. If Joan of Arc, American Analog Set and Arcade Fire did the dirty and somehow had a baby, it would sound like Power Animal. I have no idea, however, what it would look like. Probably like a smoke monster. Or a toaster.

Party #3: Dierks Bentley at Barnhill Arena. Personally, I’m not a Dierks fan, but that doesn’t mean this won’t be a party. It’ll be huge. Like a helicopter.

Those are three party options. There are plenty more.


Wednesday, April 7, 2010
Fayetteville Public Library: Shankar Vedantam, Author of The Hidden Brain
Fayetteville City Hall: Public Forum on Fayetteville’s Business Registry Proposal
Walton Arts Center: Fiddle Workshop with Bluegrass Group Bearfoot
Greenhouse Grille: Candy Lee and the Sweets
JJ’s Grill n Chill: Mo Brothers
UA Student Union: UA Jazz Ensembles Concert
Smoke & Barrel Tavern: Power Animal
Barnhill Arena: Dierks Bentley
Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall: Hee-Kyung Juhn Piano Recital
Rogue: Lafayette Lounge Players
Fix Ultra Lounge: 607