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Rock The Vote

Time once again to vote for your favorites in local music for the Northwest Arkansas Music Awards.

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Rock-It Festival Panelists

Rock-It Music, a new weeklong event that celebrates live music, will kick off April 25 in Fayetteville.

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Sweets Sorrow

Candy Lee and the Sweets will give a farewell performance Sunday, May 1, at Greenhouse Grille before the band’s namesake and her husband head off to pursue opportunities in Jacksonville, Fla.

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Airborne Toxic Event Canceled

Due to anticipated bad weather, University Programs has announced the cancellation of The Airborne Toxic Event performance tomorrow (Tuesday, March 29) at the Chi Omega Greek Theatre on the UA campus.

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Effron White Takes The Gold

Effron White of Fayetteville has something new to crow about: a first place finish in the Americana/folk category of Billboard Magazine’s 18th annual Billboard Song Contest.

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Bruce Memorial At Jose's

Memorial efforts for Bruce Walker continue today from 2 to 7 p.m. today at Jose’s in Fayetteville.

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'Free Range'

The first and 11th tracks on “Free Range” bookend with the sounds of a locomotive engine — a funny, yet appropriate, choice for a group whose music doesn’t track to a rail-line path and sonically inspires visions of open air and unrestrained options.

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Two Guitar Men …

Favorite moment of the concert Saturday? When Smith’s father, Gus, a guitar guru in his own right, and his kindergarten-age daughter, Annsley, joined him on stage.

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Primus Tickets Going On Sale

Two flavors I never thought I’d see in the same sentence: Primus and Rick Springfield.

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Memphis Pencils get a $300 boost for CD

Art Amiss is awarding a $300 grant to Fayetteville band Memphis Pencils to help them professionally master their new album.