Jenny Lewis Returns To George’s Majestic Lounge
It’s been a while, but indie rock goddess Jenny Lewis has actually been here before – “here” being George’s Majestic Lounge – and thankfully for anyone with  exceptionally good taste in music, she’s coming back on Wednesday, July 11! If you missed her 2008 show opening for Conor Oberst,... Read more
Lynyrd Skynyrd To Bid Farewell With Final Street Survivors Tour Dates
An icon of southern culture spanning nearly five decades, with more than 30 million albums sold during their career, the band Rolling Stone called “one of its 100 Greatest Bands of All Time,” Rock and Roll hall of famers, Lynyrd Skynyrd have announced the second and final leg of their Last of the Street Survivors Farewell Tour.... Read more
Listen to the new Coheed and Cambria song right now!
Are you as excited about the upcoming Coheed and Cambria show with Taking Back Sunday at the AMP on Tuesday, July 31 as we are? If you read our recent preview of the incredible Cox Summer Concert Series, you know that we absolutely cannot wait for this show! When it was... Read more
The Funky Knuckles to Play Sunrise Guitars
The Funky Knuckles will make their triumphant return to northwest Arkansas next week for a Saturday show at the Sunrise Stage. The Dallas-based electro-funk-nu jazz fusion six-piece is loud, explosive and just a whole lot of fun in a live setting. If you’ve seen them before, you understand what... Read more
Have You Seen Mulberry Mountain? A Backwoods 2018 Review
We have arrived.   Its Friday, April, 20, 2018, and Mulberry Mountain Lodging has some visitors. The wait is finally over. The sun is peeking out through the clouds, the cars are lined up, tents, canopies and vehicles have started to form small communities in the trees and luscious... Read more
Peacemaker Unveils Full 2018 Lineup Featuring Grace Potter and Rival Sons
Peacemaker Music Festival has released the full lineup for their 2018 event. The music festival, which takes place every summer along the banks of the Arkansas River in Fort Smith, features Grace Potter, Rival Sons, Anderson East, The Cadillac Three, The Funky Meters, Paul Thorn, and Ray Wylie Hubbard. Peacemaker... Read more
Watch Jamie Lou & The Hullabaloo Live from Toad Suck Days
The full set by Russellville pop-rockers, Jamie Lou & The Hullabaloo, is now available to watch online.  The footage comes courtesy of Conway Corporation Channel 5. You can watch the full video below.   Read more
The Sword To Play Maxine’s June 29
Austin based American heavy metal outfit The Sword are set to play Maxine’s Live in Hot Springs alongside New Jersian heavy metal psych rock band Atomic Bitchwax. The Sword just released their sixth album, Used Future  on March 28. The band has cited Black Sabbath as a major influence, in... Read more
Welles Set To Invade Georges Majestic Lounge June 21
Welles are set to make their grand debut in Northwest Arkansas on June 21 at Georges Majestic Lounge in Fayetteville. Led by Fayetteville expatriate Jeh-sea Wells (Dead Indian, Cosmic American), Welles have recently announced their debut album Red Trees and White Trashes will be available on June 15 via 300 Entertainment. The album was produced by Grammy... Read more
Power Of Music Festival Returns April 26-29
The Power Of Music Festival is set to return this week in Bentonville, Arkansas. The festival, benefiting the I’ll Fly Away Foundation, consists of two major components, the festival performances and the music conference. This year’s lineup boasts performances by The Accidentals, Roger Cook (The Hollies, George Strait), Arkansas native Randy... Read more
Backwoods Preview: Dalton Richmond Talks Music, Offers a Preview of His Backwoods Set
Dalton Richmond, known for his melodic bass music, and I met at Hero’s in Fort Smith during last Friday’s stormy afternoon, shortly after the tornado sirens shut off. We discussed his upcoming Backwoods Music Festival set, a new project in the works, and his own music, past and present.... Read more
Sunrise Stage to Welcome Loren & Mark April 26th
Sunrise Stage is set to welcome Loren & Mark to Fayetteville April 26. Loren Barrigar and Mark Mazengarb share a unique musical chemistry. Their varied repertoire of original and arranged music consists of stunning guitar duets and beautiful vocal harmonies, giving them a wide appeal. Influenced by Jazz, Bluegrass,... Read more
Nightflying Plots Return To Print With Cabin Fever Concerts
For well over 3 decades, Nightflying has been a staple of the Arkansas music culture. From boasting the largest live music calendar in the Mid-South to spotlighting up-and-coming talents, Nightflying has left an permanent mark upon an entire generation of Arkansas music fans. Now, Nightflying, NWA Ozarks Blues Society and... Read more
Living Colour’s Vernon Reid To Play Meteor Guitar Gallery In Bentonville
Best known as the founder and primary songwriter of the pioneering rock band, Living Colour, Vernon Reid is set to play Bentonville’s Meteor Guitar Gallery April 20. Ranked No. 66 on Rolling Stone magazine’s 2004 list of the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time, Reid reinvigorated late-80’s hard rock with shots of... Read more
Walton Arts Center Announces 2018-19 West Street Live Series
Subscription packages are now available for 2018-19 West Street Live Series presented by Neal R. Pendergraft at Walton Arts Center. The third season of the popular live music series features An Evening with Jimmy Webb, John McCutcheon, Ruthie Foster, Gretchen Peters, Royal Wood and Molly Tuttle. The six-show package is... Read more
AttA Picks! 10 Can’t Miss Electronic Sets of Backwoods 2018
In the heart of the Ozarks, among the quiet wooded hills, Mulberry Mountain eagerly awaits the return of music to her grounds. Backwoods Music Festival has found a new home on the misty mountain top, where it will bring together crowds from all over the country to kick off... Read more
Dr. Dog Returns to George’s April 9
Indie rock giants, Dr. Dog, return to George’s Majestic Lounge, Monday, April 9 in support of their upcoming album Critical Equation.  Dr. Dog has been bringing beautiful, heart-warming, melodic music to the ears of all that are willing to listen for almost 20 years, and have never disappointed. The... Read more
Get AMPed for the AMP in 2018!
Spring is here again, tender age in bloom. And you know what that means? It’s time for the Cox Concert Series at the Walmart AMP and we’ve got an absolutely amazing slate of big shows coming to Northwest Arkansas this year! If you’ve lived in the area for a... Read more
Flux Festivals: Arkansas’ Best Kept Not-So-Secret- Cosmic Flux 2018
Deep in the heart of Central Arkansas lies a small, but growing, DIY art and music community known as the Flux Family. Through four shows a year, previously five, at Cadron Creek Outfitters in Greenbrier, as well as smaller events in Little Rock along the way, Flux has cultivated... Read more
Peacemaker Music Fest Nets Cox Communications Sponsorship
The Peacemaker Music Fest has netted a huge sponsorship deal in a recent agreement with Cox Communications. The music festival, which takes place every summer along the banks of the Arkansas River in Fort Smith, announced over the weekend that it had entered into an agreement with the nation’s... Read more