Alan Rhody, schedules as the headliner for tonight’s show at Acoustic Sounds Cafe, encountered transportation problems and won’t make it. But the cafe was fortuitous in having singer-songwriter Jack Williams in the area for another gig last night, taping his show for AETN, and now Williams will fill in as the main act.

The opening act is no slouch either. Brian and Jeanette Driscoll have entertained all over the area ever since Brian came on the local scene by winning the first Arkansas Acoustic Showdown at Conway a few years back. Brian and Jeanette previously had performed around Wichita and Brian was a member of a top band in that area before they relocated to Central Arkansas. If you haven’t heard the Driscolls, this is a great chance to catch them in wonderful acoustic venue.


Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Admission is $10 for adults and $8 for students and seniors. Acoustic Sounds is at 600 Pleasant Valley Drive in the Second Presbyterian Church.

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