Power-packed shows with major artists are featured at area clubs tonight and Friday, May 4. Warren Haynes’ Govt. Mule stops in for a long-awaited return to Little Rock, playing the Revolution Music Room at 9 p.m. today (May 3). Bring ear pl
Classic country rock ’n’ roll group Cross Canadian Ragweed is back in town tonight (April 26).
Local rap collective Conduit celebrates the release of its latest compilation album, “Theme Muzik,” with an expanded version of its regular concert series “The Chill” at the Revolution Music Room on Friday.
If you’ve recently perused the show listings in our local weekly, your eyes might have fallen across a mind-twister of a band name: Blueground Undergrass, playing tonight (April 19) at Sticky Fingerz Rock ’n’ Roll Chicken Shack.
Blues Traveler and Welsh heavy metal band Bullet for My Valentine are coming to town this weekend.
LiveStock brings musicians together for Heifer benefit.
“Baby Jesus hates me.” Or so says Cory Branan.
Chris Daughtry, the former “American Idol” contestant ousted in a late-season upset last year who later went on to release this year’s second-best-selling album, comes to Juanita’s Cantina Ballroom on Monday, April 2.
If Radiohead’s “OK Computer” did a spot of Prozac and had a fling with the Verve Pipe after 10 years of smoky bars, it might just sound like music by Radiant, the Dallas indie pop-rock group coming to the Revolution Music Room on Saturday, March 24.
The sweet Seattle rocking-chair folk of singer/songwriter Rocky Votolato sweeps through Juanita’s on Monday, March 19.
14 consecutive shows at the Treehouse include Kiss Kiss, Pony Pants and other bands on the way to Austin for South-by-Southwest.
Rock 'n' roll and more is what the John Evans Band will offer up at the White Water Tavern on Thursday.
The “godfather of punk,” Boston’s indescribable Jonathan Richman, will be at Sticky Fingerz on Friday, Feb. 23.
With Valentine’s Day behind us and Mardi Gras ahead on Tuesday, Feb. 20, get ready to put on the high heels and head out for one last pre-Lent run around town.
Arkansas’s own Chase Pagan, acoustic folk singer/songwriter on the rise to national prominence, is holding his CD Release Show at Vino’s Brewpub on Friday, Feb. 9.
The screamo genre hits Little Rock in a big way on Friday, Feb. 2, with Jersey’s Senses Fail, California group Saosin, hardcore Canadian indie Alexisonfire, and Drop Dead Gorgeous at The Village.
Tuesday, Jan. 30, finds us between two worlds as the week wears on and Arkansas Rockers Revue founder T.J. Deeter of the White Water Tavern moves on to Localist pastures.
Hard-rocking Hurt, which is playing on the current SnoCore Tour, is taking a one-off and stopping into the Revolution Music Room on President Clinton Avenue on Monday, Jan. 22.
A maelstrom of punk, rock, glam and noise arrives Thursday, Jan. 11, from Athens, Ga., in the form of Jucifer.
On Thursday, the boys are back in town: American Princes and The Moving Front are together at Sticky Fingerz, along with Big Boots (9:30 p.m., $5) in a show featuring some of Central Arkansas’s best musicians.