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Music For ‘Folks’: Tradition, evolution meet in 74th Eureka Springs festival

By its simplest definition, “folk music” is just music for folks. It’s music that tells the stories of people’s lives, says Ozark Folk Festival organizer Nancy Paddock. “It’s the music

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Music For ‘Folks’: Tradition, evolution meet in 74th Eureka Springs festival

By its simplest definition, “folk music” is just music for folks. It’s music that tells the stories of people’s lives, says Ozark Folk Festival organizer Nancy Paddock. “It’s the music

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‘Serenity And Gratitude’: SoNA back Nov. 5 with Mozart and Beethoven classics

The Symphony of Northwest Arkansas, under the baton of Maestro Paul Haas, will return to the Walton Arts Center stage Nov. 5 for the first time since covid-19 decimated the

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Sixth-Generation ‘Ozark Daughter’: Singer/songwriter Manos brings old, new together on CD

Traci Rae Manos is many things — singer-songwriter, poet and recipient of an Artists 360 grant that recently allowed her to complete her fourth album, “Ozark Daughter,” which will be

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‘Extremely Groovy’: Sky Creature concocts music uniquely its own

In January, synth player/vocalist Majel Connery performed during Trillium Salon Series’ virtual New Year’s Day Salon. On Oct. 12, her New York-based duo Sky Creature — with partner Matt Walsh

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A Day At The Beach: Opera in the sand brings complex message to Momentary

Simply described, Cynthia Post Hunt begins, “Sun & Sea” is a contemporary opera, sung in English, with singing performers lounging on a sandy beach while the audience views from above.

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Finally, The Moment(ary): Long awaited music festival expands culture and community

After multiple postponements and years in the making, the Momentary in Bentonville will finally host its very first music festival, FreshGrass, Oct. 1-2. The festival debuted in North Adams, Mass.,

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A Dose Of Nostalgia: Rockers 3 Doors Down take grateful look back at first two decades

JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com “It’s an hour where you’re not worried about all that crap that’s going on — good or bad or however you feel about it, you don’t have

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Silent film, live music create unique perspective on history

The United Nations has declared Sept. 21 an International Day of Peace, “devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, through observing 24 hours of non-violence and cease-fire.” In Fayetteville, observation

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Not Just Jazz: Huntertones kick off wide-ranging series at WAC

The 30th anniversary season of Fayetteville performing arts venue, the Walton Arts Center, kicks off Sept. 10 with a group celebrating their own significant milestone. Huntertones’ seven members have established