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Slaughter Beach, Dog at George's Majestic Lounge on Thursday

Slaughter Beach, Dog bandleader Jake Ewald — formerly of Modern Baseball — will be playing solo, allowing his somber melodies and intimate character studies to be laid bare as the lonely literary masterpieces that they are.
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Squirrel Flower and Greg Mendez in Fayetteville Thursday

The 2023 releases by both Squirrel Flower and Greg Mendez garnered praise from outlets like Pitchfork, Rolling Stone and Paste. On Thursday, they perform at George's Majestic Lounge.
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Gar Hole-idays Winter Showcase to feature Nick Shoulders, Dylan Earl, Bonnie Montgomery and more

The lineup for the second annual Gar Hole-idays Winter Showcase features two consecutive nights of music by four members of the Gar Hole roster — Nick Shoulders, Dylan Earl, Bonnie Montgomery and Chris Acker — as well as a handful of other acts billed as part of the label’s extended family.

Fred Armisen will bring laughter and noise to Fayetteville in August

Comedian and actor Fred Armisen, best known for his tenure as a Saturday Night Live cast member and as the co-creator of "Portlandia," will appear in Fayetteville on Sunday, Aug. 6.
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Devastatingly frank singer-songwriter Christian Lee Hutson is playing in Fayetteville

Both of his albums were produced by seminal sad girl and frequent collaborator Phoebe Bridgers.

Tomberlin to break Fayetteville's heart at George's next Monday

Indie folk rock musician Tomberlin, the queen of artful devastation, performs at George's Majestic Lounge in Fayetteville on Monday, May 8. Trace Mountains is set to open.
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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.

Indie folk rock royalty Big Thief in Fayetteville on Friday

Their latest record, “Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe in You,” is relaxed, sprawling and close to the earth, with production that balances the crisp with the spontaneous. Catch them at George’s Majestic Lounge, a 700-cap spot on Fayetteville’s Dickson Street, before they outgrow venues of that size.
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Behind the board at Hill Records, U of A Fayetteville's student-run music label

Hill Records' mission, Jacob Hertzog told us, "is threefold; give the students as much hands-on experience in the music industry as possible, help content creators navigate the complex digital revolution, and provide promotional services to the label artists. The ultimate goal is to offer music business for-credit classes, but until then the volunteer students will receive top quality guidance for their fledgling record label. There is a board of advisors consisting of faculty, music industry representatives, legal experts, and others, but the label itself is run by the students.”

Fayetteville Roots looks awesome this year: Taj Mahal, Molly Tuttle, Samantha Crain, The Wood Brothers plus

The long-running food- and music-fueled Fayetteville Roots Festival is back August 25-27, and some of our faves are on the lineup.
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Reviving the Rockwood: A Q&A with Mark Risk

With real estate prowess and access to private collections of memorabilia, Mark Risk and his team hope to revive Fayetteville's legendary Rockwood Club — and to establish a museum that testifies to its legacy of live music.

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