Chelsea’s gets the blues

Buddy Shute calls Northwest Arkansas home now, but was born and raised in Memphis, one block from Sun Studios. He developed invaluable skills playing...

Fiddle around at Chelsea’s this weekend

This Saturday, Dec. 7, be at Chelsea’s for the Skinny Gypsies Farewell Show. Longtime bass player, Alan Vennes, who set the standard for “Gypsy”...

Groove Button electrifies New Delhi

David Blankenship may be Eureka’s busiest bluesman, rockin’ his blues guitar with Los Roscoes on Tuesdays at the Cathouse, Blue Dream Blue on Sundays...

True Arkansas talent at Brews

Jesse Dean was born and raised in Winslow, Ark., surrounded by pianos, stringed instruments of all variety and a tin roof for percussion. The...

Indie-Folk sensation Dawson Hollow at Chelsea’s

From central Missouri comes Dawson Hollow, a five member, multi-instrumental preview of Indie-Folk’s future. Although their age seems to defy it, they have years...

Opal Agafia and the Sweet Nothings pair with National Park Radio in 2 big...

Opal Agafia’s soul/roots/folk band is rapidly becoming a musical force to be reckoned with as they build repertoire and crowds. Opal’s a tiny twirler,...

Celebrate Jesus Parade and Concert planning

The Western Carroll County ministerial Association invites all to join in the annual celebration of Jesus on March 25 with music in Basin Park...

Calling All Superheroes

As Fat Tuesday approaches, our Mardi Gras celebrations kick into high gear and Saturday night promises to be a Super time as this year’s...

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...

It’s not a grave situation

The 11th annual Voices from the Silent City runs this Thursday through Sunday and again next weekend. Take a guided tour through the Eureka...