Johai Kafa – Music of the Freed People

Johai Kafa is a sextet from Eureka Springs that plays Eastern Eureapeanesque mountain music. Drawing from roots that reach back centuries to the Romani,...

A Treasure in the Backyard

Michael Dimitri, a.k.a. Red Buffalo Heart, is a singer/songwriter of international acclaim who can be heard on a weekly basis at the Balcony Restaurant...

SeptembersEnd in the middle of November

September’s end heralds the change of seasons, falling leaves and dropping temperatures, but in this case brings the dropping of your favorite tunes at...

Handmade Moments benefit Friday at Brews for Arkansas Musicians involved in bus crash

Our good friends Anna and Joel of Handmade Moments were involved in a serious bus crash a few weeks ago, survived, and are rehabilitating...

Burn Barrel rolls at Chelsea’s, StoneHouse hosts Kyle Nachtigal

Burn Barrel, a trio of Eurekans plucking bass, guitar, and fiddle, set musical fires of exponential heat and improvisation at Chelsea’s on Friday. Translation:...

Not bad company for a Beaver

Mark Shields and Good Company play smokin’ modern rockabilly that makes even the tamest of folks a little bad. The blend of western swing,...

Titanium Blue brings funk into the House

Titanium Blue is a powerhouse blues-rock trio from Kansas City who have been touring the U.S. for the past eight years. Lead guitarist Kurt...

That’s a Big Red Flag

If you’re in the mood for something different this weekend, Chelsea’s brings us Big Red Flag out of North Little Rock. Self described as...

70th Annual Ozark Folk Festival features Lucinda Williams

The longest running Folk Festival in the United States kicks off Thursday with the cherished tradition of Hedgehoppers performing at the Auditorium. The dancing...

The Soul Machine Brings the Blues

In celebration of Bikes, Blues and BBQ, the Cathouse Lounge has booked The Norman Jackson Band, a genuine blues foursome that was ranked third...