Abel has a showing of his vivid and wonderful paintings all month in Sequoyah Hall at Mount Sequoyah Center.
Squirrel Flower is back in Fayetteville on Thursday, Feb. 8 at George’s Majestic Lounge with Greg Mendez.
KXUA 88.3FM student radio has been especially active lately thanks to the work of station manager Lydia Fletcher.
The duo’s first HopOut Presents show is features Modeling, Chrono Wizard, Sad Palomino, Peach Blush and Second Life.
When we last spoke with Raif Box of Holy Anvil Recording Co. as he was partnering with KUAF for The Anvil Sessions – a series that documents local and regional musicians.
Austin, Texas rock band Good Looks had their finger on the pulse when writing their excellent debut record Bummer Year.
Fayetteville based poet and teacher Julia Paganelli Marin is the creator of Bee Balm, a community writing experience named after an Arkansas flower.
Raif Box of Holy Anvil Recording Co. has teamed up with KUAF to present The Anvil Sessions.
The Little Rock-to-Fayetteville pipeline continues this week when Pett joins Nashville band Twen. It’s highly recommended if you enjoy dynamic indie pop.
Always Tired combine the feeling of second wave Midwestern emo with the freedom of pre-social media experimentation, before blueprints were readily available.
The Ozark Free Music Society is free improvisation for randomly assigned ensembles. And they’ve just upgraded into independent promotion as well.
Since we last spoke, The Phlegms have released a new video, recorded a Holy Anvil live session and played at almost every festival in the area.
The band’s live set is confident and crowd pleasing. Imagine a house party that only plays English new wave.
When Joel started booking the Mountain Street Stage series, I knew it was in capable hands because he’s also booked shows at almost every venue and former DIY spot in Fayetteville.
Burned Up Bled Dry returns to Fayetteville for a show at Smoke & Barrel Tavern with Bones Of The Earth and Stress Dream.