This year's most nominated artists include Marybeth Byrd, David Adam Byrnes, Cliff Prowse, Sylamore Special and Andy Wallis, all of whom received four nominations.
There are five nominees for each of the 26 (!) awards, which include predictable categories like "ALBUM of the Year" and "SONG of the Year" and also more obscure, yet no less enviable honors like "FIDDLE PLAYER of the Year" and "STEEL / DOBRO PLAYER of the Year."
The Pachuquísmo troupe’s nine-woman cast lands in full zoot suit attire in Conway this week with a show that blends jazz, tap and Mexican Zapateado movement to tell the story of Mexican-American youth, “pulling the narrative of the Zoot Suit Riots,” a show description reads, “out of the male-centered context to portray the experiences of las pachucas of the 1940s through movement, spoken word and video.”
Jazz pianist Scott Bradlee’s revolving collective does its time warp in Conway Sunday night.
The Arkansas Country Music Awards, held Monday, June 7 at Reynolds Performance Hall on the campus of the University of Central Arkansas, paid tribute to The Natural State's legacy of country music with performances from Amy Helm, Bonnie Montgomery, Shawn Camp, Mark Currey and others.
Last night, UCA released the details of its 15th anniversary season at the Reynolds Performance Hall, with a public appearances lineup that includes Broadway musicals, lecturers, musicians, family programs and comedians.
UCA figures way around sold-out appearance.
"Drumline Live" comes to UCA's Reynolds Performance Hall Saturday night.
Win tickets to see Rufus Wainwright Oct. 18 at UCA.