Here’s the music lineup in central Arkansas for this week and weekend:
Columbus, Ohio, high-powered rock ‘n’ roll band Two Cow Garage comes to White Water Tavern. Now, if you don’t care for punk- and alt country-fueled rock ‘n’ roll, this is not the show for you. But, if you do (and like bands such as Lucero and Glossary), catch the band led by Micah Schnabel at White Water and listen to the outfit’s 2013 release The Death Of The Self Preservation Society. Local band Mad Nomad, also mixing their rock ‘n’ roll with punk, opens the show. The music starts at 9:30 p.m. with a $7 cover.
BoyMeetsWorld comes to Juanita’s. No, not the TV show. As the band says, “Forget the ’90s coming-of-age TV sitcom that comes to mind with the name, BoyMeetsWorld. BoyMeetsWorld, the band, is here to erase those thoughts.” And the poppy, alternative rock band does. BoyMeetsWorld brings its Spring Break Tour to town with local support from progressive-flavored indie rockers Motion in Color and punk band Wreckless Endeavor. Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 day of show with the music starting at 9 p.m.
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Here’s the music lineup in central Arkansas for this week:
Texas musician Bart Crow pulls into the Rev Room for a show and that means one thing: a midweek night of Texas honky-tonk music from this blue-collar artist. Crow released Dandelion in September 2012, and the 14-track record produced several Texas Music Chart hits, including the No. 1 “Saying Goodbye.” The opening act is Benton country rockers Dry County with the music starting at 9 p.m. Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 day of for the 18-and-up show.
“St. Louis, 5-piece, punk-blues wrecking crew Kentucky Knife Fight” visits Stickyz. That’s the word from the band’s publicist, and let’s lean on the band’s publicist for more about Kentucky Knife Fight: “If there is a jukebox at the end of the universe, you will find Kentucky Knife Fight between The Stooges and Tom Waits. The electric Americana band specializes in telling stories about desperate people doing desperate things in places they shouldn’t be.” The opening acts are local bands Catskill Kids and post-rock, instrumental band Mainland Divide. There’s a $5 cover for the 18-and-up show with the music starting at 8:30 p.m.
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