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Sounds Like: Buddy Miller, Todd Snider, Lyle Lovett, Slaid Cleaves, Jason Isbell
Bio: Mark Currey (Monkhouse) is a singer-songwriter whose roots run through Ft. Worth, Texas and the deep pine forests of southeast Arkansas. Inspired by roots rock, classic country and americana music as well as southern gothic literature, Mark is a story teller searching for a honest expression of h... See Full BioMore Info
That Nashville Sound: A Tribute to Ray Price https://www.facebook.com/events/357528314385894/?ref_newsfeed_story_type=regular
LET IT BLEED! Local musicians perform the classic 1969 Rolling Stones album "Let It Bleed". Come out and see members of your favorite Little Rock bands including Amy Garland, Greg Spradlin, Bonnie Montgomery, Mark Currey, Mandy McBryde, Stephen Compton, The P-47s, Big Silver, Jeff Coleman, Uncle Joe Meazle, Rena Wren, and maybe a few surprises! All proceeds will go to your community radio station KABF 88.3 FM. Hope to see you there for a great night of fun and music!!
Local Live @ South on Main
The 2013 Arkansas Cornbread Festival will be Saturday, Nov. 2 from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. Music, enticing aromas and the promise of family fun has drawn more than 3,000 people to downtown Little Rock for the first two Arkansas Cornbread Festivals. This year’s promises to be bigger and better. Cornbread and side dish entries are judged by everyone attending the festival as well as a panel of celebrity judges. Along South Main, vendors display and sell Arkansas art, handmade crafts, clothes, jewelry, home furnishings, locally produced food and gifts of all sorts. Live music and a lively kids’ play area, plus other fun activities, round out the day. And we might even have some surprises in store. (Hint: Who likes to dress up their dogs or don costumes themselves?)
Fright Night at the Museum Spend Halloween with the 1836 Club in one of Arkansas's most haunted buildings. Join us on October 31 from 7:00 - 10:00 for a spook-tacular Halloween Party at the Old State House Museum. Live music, dinner and drinks! Costumes are optional but encouraged Must be 21 years or older
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