April 29, Verizon Arena
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April 14, Robinson Center Music Hall
Dec. 7, Verizon Arena
Verizon Arena, Nov. 19
Nov. 5, Juanita's
Oct. 2, Robinson Center Music Hall
Sept. 23, Revolution
Saturday's rally for the West Memphis Three was a success on every level.
Bonnie Montgomery tapes performance as part of "On the Front Row" series at AETN.
Aug. 23, Hot Springs Convention Center
Aug. 21, Verizon Arena
Aug. 12, Sticky Fingerz
July 15, Robinson Center Music Hall
July 1, Verizon Arena
June 25, Revolution
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.
Did that just happen? Was this year's installation of Riverfest about as close to ideal as they come?
George Strait couldn't pack all his hits all into his concert Saturday night at Verizon Arena, but in a 30-song set that ran past 11:30, he gave it his best shot.
Though it was a brief encounter in a night of three, Exene Cervenka’s visit to White Water proved to be a charmingly intimate set. Exene, like someone’s spunky aunt bedecked in multiple rosaries and a silk apron, grinned and chatted the whole time, engaging in banter with even the youngest and the drunkest present.
I can officially say that I have been mooned by Martina McBride.