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Arkansas Symphony Orchestra: 'Legends'

The featured work on the Arkansas Symphony's second Masterworks concert last Saturday evening was Brahms First Piano Concerto with Norman Krieger as soloist.

Hot Springs Music Festival Symphony Orchestra

The Hot Springs Music Festival Symphony Orchestra, made up of professionals and students, gave the first of the four concerts it will give during the two-week festival this year June 7 at the Hot Springs Field House. Peter Bay is principal conductor for the season.

Foo Fighters

Was it too much? Almost. Was it one of the greatest rock shows Little Rock's ever seen? Without a doubt.

Bob Seger

April 26, Verizon Arena
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James Taylor

April 29, Verizon Arena

Arkansas Symphony Orchestra

April 14, Robinson Center Music Hall

Michael Buble

Dec. 7, Verizon Arena

Brad Paisley

Verizon Arena, Nov. 19
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Vincent Gallo with RRIICCEE

Nov. 5, Juanita's

Arkansas Symphony Orchestra's 'New World'

Oct. 2, Robinson Center Music Hall

The Hold Steady

Sept. 23, Revolution

Voices for Justice

Saturday's rally for the West Memphis Three was a success on every level.
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A night of firsts

Bonnie Montgomery tapes performance as part of "On the Front Row" series at AETN.

Gordon Lightfoot

Aug. 23, Hot Springs Convention Center

Brooks & Dunn

Aug. 21, Verizon Arena

AA Bondy

Aug. 12, Sticky Fingerz

Robert Plant and Band of Joy

July 15, Robinson Center Music Hall

The Eagles

July 1, Verizon Arena

The Drive-By Truckers

June 25, Revolution

John Prine

The man of the night moseyed around stage stiff-legged, unassuredly, a tad twitchy. When he spoke, he did so a bit nervously, eyes darting about, unable to settle his hands. He wore a sharp suit, all black and with the best of intentions, but ended up looking like an antebellum Kim Jong-Il.
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