An interview with Joan of Arc’s Tim Kinsella. Joan of Arc is playing Thursday, Nov. 4 at the Dickson Theater with locals The Counterlife and Perpetual Werewolf.
For a two-piece rock band, The Plaid Jackets make a hell of a lot of noise.
Charliehorse is set to release their new self-titled CD tonight at George’s Majestic Lounge.
On Saturday, 1 oz. Jig, release their brand new self-titled CD at George’s with help from openers KABOOM!, a brand new drum and percussion ensemble in town.
An interview with Los Angeles, CA’s John Elliot, who’ll be in town Aug. 29 for the Fayetteville Roots Festival.
An interview with Candy Lee, who’ll release her new album “The Gate” on Thursday, Aug. 26 at Smoke and Barrel.
An interview with Nashville’s Nora Jane Struthers, who will be in town Aug. 29 for the Fayetteville Roots Festival.
An interview with Doug & Telisha Williams, a Virginia duo who will be in town for the Fayetteville Roots Festival Aug. 29.
When Fayetteville band Shulertown call themselves “western-adult-rock-with-carribean-folk-dark-country-rock-ska-grass-influences,” they are not lying.
An interview with Nashville TN’s Kopecky Family Band.
Checking in with Cletus Got Shot about their new album, their release party, creative commons, and the most badass bass guitar made out of a gas tank I’ve ever seen.
An interview with JD Paul from Messy Sparkles.
Many years ago, I overheard someone say that Ed was a renaissance man. I was young enough to have never heard that term before, but when I looked it up, I thought, “Oh yeah, totally.”
An interview with Fayetteville artist Basil Seymour-Davies.
An interview with Fayetteville’s The Bobby Drivers.