Saturday’s Music


Giving you the music a day early:

White Water Tavern will be home to two nights of the best in American music as Last Chance Records presents Glossary, Slobberbone, Two Cow Garage and Kevin Kerby each playing a full set of music each night. Tickets are available at for $12 and will be available at the door if any remain at show time. Glossary is Tennessee-based outfit known for their bleeding heart rock ‘n’ roll that leaves blood on the knobs with tunes torched by country and R&B. Two Cow Garage is known for their rough-hewed rock ‘n’ roll that mixes a rowdy, classic rock sound with alt country and punk, and Slobberbone is known for their white-knuckled, freewheeling, catchy rock ‘n’ roll with roots reaching into country. Kevin Kerby is a Little Rock rock ‘n’ roller.

Presented by 100.3 The Edge, Saliva returns to Little Rock with a show at Juanita’s. Expect mainstream rock hits such as “Family Reunion,” “Your Disease,” “Always” and others, as well as new tunes from the group’s upcoming 2011 release. The Memphis, Tenn.-based post-grunge rockers will be joined by Tennessee hard rockers Star City Meltdown and Illinois heavy rock group Seven Day Sonnet. Tickets are $16.

Local rock ‘n’ roll outfit Kingsdown presents the first annual Kingsdown Toys for Tots Christmas Party at Revolution Music Room. The doors open at 7 p.m. with the music at 8:30 p.m. for the all-ages show. Tickets are $7 for over 21, and $10 for 20 and under. Discounted tickets will be available to those bringing a new toy to Rev Room. The night also includes local bands EKG, an energetic mix of pop, rock and rap; ILIA, an all-girl faith-based hard rock group from Pine Bluff; and A Good Fight, a Fayetteville act that performs melodic pop rock. Kingsdown is still promoting their self-titled debut album, with the band’s lead singer Dwain Roark just returning from 10 days in Europe to help promote the new CD.

Here’s Glossary in action with their “Only Time Will Tell”: