Giving you the music a day early:
The Dirty Streets, a young Memphis rock ‘n’ roll outfit raised on Humble Pie, Sly & the Family Stone and Led Zeppelin, come back to Little Rock for a show at White Water Tavern. Throw in a little punk with the likes of the MC5 and a grooving R&B from James Brown, and one could say The Dirty Streets are a indie-rocking band with the emotions of a soul singer and the attitude of a punk. Brother Andy & His Big Damn Mouth are also on the bill with their “white trash power pop.” The music starts at 10 p.m., and all it takes for entrance is a donation at the door.
Here are The Dirty Streets with their “Give It Up”: