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'Tyrannosaurus Chicken'

Two chances to see Rachel Ammons in Central Arkansas this weekend

The mighty Rachel Ammons will be firing up her "one-man band" operation tonight at Kings Live Music in Conway and tomorrow at South on Main in Little Rock's SoMa District. If you haven't seen Ammons obliterate your preconceived notions of what a single musician can do with two hands and two feet, here's a chance to remedy that. 
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Smilin' Bob Lewis's guitars are up for sale at Fayetteville Roots HQ

Smilin' Bob — multi-instrumentalist, luthier, rescuer of bobcats, peace-loving war vet — died in 2019, but his music lives on in many ways, not the least of which is a guitar expo happening at Fayetteville Roots HQ through November 7.

Remembering 'Smilin' ' Bob Lewis

James Robert Lewis — better known to his peers and fans as “Smilin’ Bob” — was born in Paris, Arkansas, and died at his home in Van Buren. Those facts, taken alone, might give the impression that Lewis lived only one life. If half of the stories people tell about him are true, though, Lewis lived several lives in succession, and yet all at once. 

Christmas Day To-Do: Tyrannosaurus Chicken

Tyrannosaurus Chicken plays at Midtown on Christmas.

T. Chikn show will benefit hit-and-run victim Lilly Thacker

Tyrannosaurus Chicken plays a benefit show Saturday at White Water Tavern to benefit Lilly Thacker, a 2-year-old who was seriously injured in a hit-and-run March 13 in Mena.

Saturday To-Do: Arkansas Travelers, Tyrannosaurus Chicken

Tyrannosaurus Chicken plays at Dickey-Stephens after the Travelers game Saturday night.

Jessica Lea Mayfield, Green Jelly and Nashville Pussy

Plus, Sway's first anniversary, "Same Time, Next Year," Tyrannosaurus Chicken, The Black and White Years and Honky.

Friday To-Do: Ark. Times Rivertop Party

The Times gets down with the weekly party, launching our Cocktail Compass app and showcasing three of our favorite local acts

Drink smarter (and cheaper)

Cocktail Compass helps you drink on the cheap.

To-Do: Wakarusa 2011

My Morning Jacket, Ben Harper, Umphrey's McGee and Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings highlight the camping and music fest.

Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase Finals photos

Times photomaster Brian Chilson has the visual roundup of Friday's big shebang.

Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase Round Five goes to This Holy House

The finals are tonight.