Leon Bridges didn’t lived a day in the 1960s. He’s only 29. It’s clear, though, that his sounds are in and of that era — full-on soul nostalgia, with chords and crooning that consistently draw comparisons to Sam Cooke and Otis Redding. Those refreshingly old-school vibes found on his first album, 2015’s “Coming Home,” earned […]
Two of painter Michael Shaeffer's passions collide at South on Main for this installment of South on Main's "Sessions" series, presented by the restaurant's new neighbor, M2 Gallery. Shaeffer's paintings will be on display while he and business partner Wes Howerton spin vinyl from the record collection they share as part of Control. Music begins […]
What says spring like salt, lime juice and tequila? Come savor the season with salsa moves and swill at the third annual Arkansas Times Margarita Festival, presented by Milagro Tequila, 6-9 p.m. Thursday, May 2, on the field of War Memorial Stadium. Central Arkansas’s top bartenders will be on hand slinging their unique takes on […]
The mission of the night market is to unite a diverse crowd of vendors and entertainers for a night embracing the elements that add vibrancy to the capital city. Find art by Arkansas artists, handcrafted jewelry, home decor and Latin American and African cuisine.
The Spa City's monthly Gallery Walk features John Lasater, Beverly Buys and others at Justus Fine Art, live painting by Tracee Gentry-Matthews at Gallery Central and exhibitions at other venues along Central Avenue.
Nashville, Tenn., native Bea Troxel’s “The Way That It Feels” is a tender little universe of an album; delicate without being saccharine, lovely without losing its element of surprise.
As part of Hot Springs' 10-day Arts & The Park celebration, Hot Springs’s own high-spirited post-punk Ghost Bones joins the Little Rock-based, darkly ethereal Or at Low Key Arts. Or’s trance-like hold of sound earned the project a spot on the Times’s 2018 end-of-the-year playlist.
Since their beginning as a duo, the two and their band, The Emotionalz, have taken their self-produced works to numerous stages and platforms, including the South by Southwest festival in Austin and Afropunk’s Battle of the Bands in Brooklyn.
Victoria is a self-declared heir to the blues tradition and a flawlessly eloquent spokesperson for the ways in which women have been its chief inventors.
Little Rock rapper Big Piph and his big band, Tomorrow Maybe, are bringing their signature stew of hip hop, funk, soul and jazz to SOMA After Dark at South on Main. The decidedly uncategorizable, multi-talented ensemble is fronted by Big Piph, and he leads Paul Campbell, Dre Franklin, Bijoux Pighee, Dee Dee Jones, Lucas Murrary and Corey Harris to soaring, deliciously fun heights.
Atlanta artist and Arkansas native Kevin Cole chose 50 works by 33 Arkansans and 15 others, mostly from the Delta region, for the Arkansas Arts Center's 61st annual juried exhibition of work in all media.
V.L. Cox is showing her two-dimensional painterly side at Red Door Gallery's "Spring Fling."
The reigning queen of pop-country returns to Verizon Arena on the third date of her massive "The Cry Pretty Tour 360" with her newborn baby in tow and a new single, "Southbound," that's aiming to be the soundtrack to your summer lake parties forever.
An early Sunday show at the White Water Tavern with music from Denton folk rock queen Claire Morales and the good karma of knowing your cover charge went toward giving a bike to a kid who would otherwise not have one? Yes, please.
On the program: Zoltan Kodaly's mysterious, mischievous Duo for violin and cello, Op. 7; four of Reinhold Gliere's Eight Duets, Op. 39; and Mendelssohn's Piano Trio No. 1 in D Minor, Op. 49.