Sunday’s Music

Dawes.

Giving you the music a day early:

Since opening for Deer Tick at Sticky Fingerz in July 2009, folk rockers Dawes have returned a couple of times to Little Rock to display their gorgeous, California hills hymn. And the band is returning yet again, this time with a show at Sticky Fingerz as headliners. Cover is set at $10 for the 21-and-up show. And even better? One of the opening acts is The Romany Rye, the combination of Los Angeles folk rocker Luke MacMaster backed by the Little Rock foursome of Ryan Hitt, Judson Spillyards, Joshua Spillyards and Whitman Bransford with their chugging alt-country tunes. Also included on the bill is Peter Wolf Crier, the indie duo of Peter Pisano and Brian Moen.

100.3 The Edge presents Canadian alternative rock band Finger Eleven at Juanita’s. The Juno Award-winning act is known for such modern rock hits as “One Thing,” “Paralyzer” and “Living in a Dream,” a tune from their newest album Life Turns Electric. The opening act is Long Island alternative rockers The Sleeping, with their roaring, post-hardcore flavored tunes such as “Don’t Hold Back” and “Bomb the World.” Doors open at 5:30 p.m. with the music at 7 p.m. for the all-ages show. Tickets are $17 advance and $20 day of show.

Impending Doom bring their Lord-praising heavy metal sound from the Inland Empire of California to Downtown Music, headlining a show that includes Seattle death metal band I Declare War, metal act And the Angels Were Silent and Through the Looking Glass with local support from Lonoke Christian metalcore band Forever Eternal and Hot Springs hardcore metal band Our Friends Fall Silent. The music starts at 7 p.m. with tickets $10 in advance and $12 day of show.

The Little Rock Wind Symphony will opens its’ 18th season with a production titled Waltzing Winds at 3 p.m. at Second Presbyterian Church in west Little Rock. Under the direction of musical director Karen Fannin, the wind symphony will present an afternoon of music influenced by folk dance from various global regions, including Malcolm Arnold’s “Four Scottish Dances” and music inspired by South America. Sponsored by Friends of Little Rock Wind Symphony, tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for seniors and $5 for students, and are available at the door.

Here’s Dawes with their “Love Is All I Am”: