301 South 45th Street
Rogers, AR 72758
Phone: (479) 636-3232
Fax: (479) 636-3236
301 South 45th Street, Rogers, AR, US, 72758
- Teléfono: (479) 636-3232
- Fax: (479) 636-3236
September 19, 2014 10:00 PM
Cherub is an electro-funk duo from Nashville, Tennessee that was founded in 2010 by Jordan Kelley and Jason Huber. Blending a defined pop vocal delivery with futuristic-sounding electronic beats and instrumentals, Cherub has managed to distinguish itself from the myriad of other acts existing in Nashville. Managing to incorporate a tongue-in-cheek style of humor into its music, the duo has had an easy time attracting a varied fan base of listeners who like 1980s-influenced synth sounds andrigorously produced electro rhythms.
September 20, 2014
The University of Arkansas is a public research university based out of Fayetteville, Arkansas that was founded in 1871. The Razorbacks are the sports teams that compete for the school in the NCAA Division I Southeastern Conference. Originally called the Cardinals, the student/teacher body voted to change the sports teams name to the Razorbacks in 1910. Though the university's athletic department hosts a number of varied teams, it is probably best known for its football, basketball and baseball teams.
September 22, 2014 8:30 PM
Brooklyn four-piece Bear Hands formed in 2006 and with its standard post-punk style indie rock, popularized by The Strokes and Interpol in the early 2000s, the group has built a moderate-sized fan base. Though Bear Hands doesn't create anything particularly unique, it manages to make some decent rock with catchy choruses and fairly well-written melodies
September 28, 2014 7:00 PM
One of New Orleans most famed living musicians, Dr. John's career has spanned a broad range of styles and has included collaborations, work in film and television and a notorious stage show. However, no matter what he dabbles in, Dr. John's roots in Louisiana's bayou music are always evident. Initially beginning his forays into music in the 1950s as a studio musician guitarist, his career was halted after a gunshot injured his ring-finger while he tried to defend fellow musician Ronnie Barron. Dr. John was forced to give up serious guitar, but began playing the bass and eventually the piano. By the late 1960s, Dr. John, who assumed his stage name based on a legendary voodoo doctor, had begun creating solo work that fell into the New Orleans funk genre and involved a voodoo/Mardi Gras styled stage show. He quickly gained a cult following and started working with the likes of Eric Clapton, The Band and Mick Jagger. Dr. John continues to release new material and tour today, and in 2011 he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
October 03, 2014 9:30 PM
Ben Rector is a singer/songwriter based out of Nashville, Tennessee whose listener friendly style of folk-influenced pop has managed to win over a sizable fan base. Born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Rector began pursuing music seriously after picking up a guitar in high school and feeling an almost intrinsic connection with the instrument. Rector released his debut album, Twenty Tomorrow, in 2007 and although the LP didn't to receive much attention, Rector's breakthrough came in 2011 with the release of his well received album, Something Like This.
October 05, 2014 7:00 PM
Carlos Santana lleva la música en la sangre. Nació en México y su padre tocaba el violín en una banda mariachi. Santana aprendió rápidamente a tocar los instrumentos que su padre tocaba profesionalmente y, con una habilidad natural, a los 8 años también se convirtió en un guitarrista experto. Al desear ser reconocido en el ámbito musical y cultural, Santa se mudó a San Francisco a fines de los '60 donde tocó su música en las calles y conoció músicos que buscaban crear un estilo de rock agradable y ecléctico a nivel mundial. Tras pasar un tiempo considerable en las calles de la ciudad, directores de discográficas se interesaron en Santana y emitieron grabaciones de sus álbumes que distribuyeron entre el público.
October 09, 2014 8:00 PM
Foster the People is an electro-influenced indie rock band from Los Angeles. Formed in 2009, the band quickly gained momentum with a strong showing at the music festival South by Southwest and the catchy single, "Pumped Up Kicks," which illustrates its proclivity for synth bass hooks, infectious choruses and electropop vibes reminiscent of contemporaries such as MGMT. Thanks to that early buzz, Foster the People was signed to a major label contract and released its debut album in 2011.
October 09, 2014 7:00 PM
The 2000 founded group Home Free is a five-piece a-cappella country group from Mankato, Minnesota comprised of Austin Brown, Chris Rupp, Adam Rupp, Rob Lundquist and Tim Foust. Before they won the fourth season of NBC's The Sing-Offin 2013 and earned a recording contract with Sony, they toured around the United States and played 200 shows every year. Home Free started to cover popular songs in the competition like One Direction's " Story of My Life" and Avicii's "Wake me Up" and continue to do so. Their music videos usually tell a story with an amount of humor like the video to "The Hunter Hayes Medley". In 2014 they released their debut album Crazy Life.
October 11, 2014 9:30 PM
Saratoga Springs, New York-based band Phantogram is ostensibly an indie rock band, though they frequently incorporate drum machines and electronically programmed beats into songs driven by electric guitar and synth melodies. The band is influenced by hip-hop instrumentals in this regard, as well as pop and rock music. Dance music is central to Phantogram's sonic ethos, and so is lead singer Sarah Barthel's unique voice. The group's 2009 debut LP, Eyelid Movies, helped establish the band as a forward thinking act that's not afraid to distinguish itself with a characteristically modern electropop sound.
October 11, 2014
The University of Alabama is a public university located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama that was founded in 1831. The Crimson Tide is the name of the athletic teams that compete on behalf of the school in NCAA Division I sports. The school's two main rivalries are with Auburn University and the University of Tennessee. Its Auburn rivalry is especially contentious, with the teams' annual football game considered to be one of the most heated of all college football games.
October 12, 2014 2:00 PM
Based on the PBS children's show of the same name, Sid the Science Kid is a stage show that takes basic scientific principles and funnels them into an accessible and entertaining production designed for kids. Filled with audience interaction, the show follows a curious young boy named Sid who embarks on various adventures to discover how the world works.
October 16, 2014 4:30 PM