Most definitely catch Archbuilders on Friday night (June 22) with Potions and Left Holding the Gun at the Lightbulb Club.
Ray Porter is one of a growing number of stand-up comedians who have been performing at open mic nights, and now at UARK Bowl, which has become the place to see live comedy in Fayetteville.
The band will officially celebrate the release of another brand new batch of songs on a new EP called Brave Mistakes at their album release party at Smoke & Barrel on Saturday, April 7.
Terminally bleak, hardcore supergroup Narrows have just released their new record, Painted, on Deathwish Records. Their upcoming show at Dickson Theater is on a short tour to SXSW. I asked guitarist Ryan Frederiksen some questions and here’s what he said.
An interview with Finn Riggins who plays at the Lightbulb Club in Fayetteville on Monday, March 12 with Mercies and Presto Bando.
An interview with Jonathan Ford of Oklahoma band BRONCHO.
We thought it was high time Fayetteville got to know Bo Counts, aka Beat Bachs, aka The Boom Operator, aka one of the busiest people in town, a little bit better.
Jeff Kearney is bringing his friends Joel Eckels and the Wreckards to town for a show with his band 1 Oz. Jig at Rogue Saturday night
We got in touch with the guys from Swimming recently, and they were nice enough to answer some questions for us.
The Nighty Nite plays their first show ever at JR’s Lightbulb Club on Saturday, May 28. I asked John some questions and he said okay.
Catch Joan of Arc, Air Waves, and Swimming at The Lightbulb Club in Fayetteville on Saturday, May 21.
There’s a new sheriff in town, and by sheriff, we mean really good musician that writes and records some pretty amazing tunes.
Imagine the feeling you get seconds before you’re about to be in a car accident. Then, imagine the relieve that comes when you know you’ve avoided it. Combine those two feelings. You get Fauxnz.
The Wicked Good is made up of an all-star lineup of some of our favorite Little Rock bands that we’ve seen over the last five years or so. On Friday, they’ll be in town for a show at Smoke & Barrel Tavern.
Think back to the last burlesque show you saw in Fayetteville. Chances are, it was either a really long time ago, or it was never. More than likely, it was never. That might change, though, if you happen to find yourself at Smoke & Barrel Tavern on Thursday.