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Paste Magazine includes four Arkansas artists in roundup of 2023's best folk albums

All four albums were released by Fayetteville-based label Gar Hole Records, making this a thoroughly homegrown accomplishment.
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Croon-heavy new album from Dylan Earl

On Dylan Earl's third full-length album, "I Saw the Arkansas," out today via Fayetteville's Gar Hole Records, he further hones the very convincing loner country-boy schtick and image he's been cultivating ever since he left Swampbird.
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'Can't Afford California' (or Nashville, or NYC): Why Arkansas musicians are exiting industry towns and returning home

Emily Fenton, Dazzmin Murry, Bonnie Montgomery, Jessie Ott, Nick Flora, Nick Shoulders and Jonah Thornton left Arkansas for greener musical pastures. Now, they've returned with new music, new perspectives and a renewed love for their native state.

Tennessee hearts Arkansas: Here's the Arkansas programming at Nashville's Americana Fest

At Americanafest's Arkansas contingent this year: Greg Spradlin, Bonnie Montgomery, Willi Carlisle, Dylan Earl, Erin Enderlin, Larry McCray, Jason Weinheimer, Stephen Koch, David Starr, Shannon Wurst and more.
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50 Arkansas artists who made good noise in 2020

Here — in no particular order — are 50 Arkansas artists/musicians/podcasters who, thankfully, didn't keep quiet this bizarro year. Tell us what we missed, find something you like, throw in the artist's coffers what you can to support it, and pray like hell they'll muddle through to a time when they can perform it for you in person.

Summer music from Dylan Earl, Tsukiyomi, John Burnette, Bonnie Montgomery and more

Volume on. There's new Dylan Earl, Tsukiyomi, Bonnie Montgomery and more.
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