Don’t blow it, Central Arkansas. You’ve got not one, but TWO opportunities to see Stephanie Smittle, who, though she is my friend and colleague and I am admittedly biased, is one of our fair state’s finest vocalists and lyricists. She’s celebrating the release of the vinyl edition of her luminous self-titled debut at 8 p.m. Friday at The Undercroft, the basement venue of Christ Episcopal Church (509 E. Scott) and 8 p.m. Saturday at White Water Tavern with openers John Willis and Kami Renee, who’ll be singing with Smittle, too.

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