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Jaimee Harris

Jaimee Harris and Christina Cavazos are two Austin-based songwriters who recently embarked on a tour that would take them from Austin to Okemah and eventually northern California. Near the beginning of that tour, they stopped in Fayetteville for a songwriters showcase at Stage 18, and prior to that show, they stopped at the Carver Center for Public Radio to give us a sampling of their music.

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It’s been over two years since we’ve had local musician Pat Ryan Key in the studio. In that time, he’s battled cancer, gotten married and started a new band. Yesterday, he stopped by the Firmin-Garner Performance Studio with his bandmates Al Halpin and Zach Quam to perform their brand new single “Loves Her Rum.”

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Langhorne Slim has been writing, recording and performing music for years. On July 19 he brings his music of optimism to Fayetteville, touring in support of his latest record, Lost at Last Vol. 1

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The Pat Bianchi Trio will perform at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Sunrise Stage in Fayetteville as part of the KUAF Summer Jazz Concert Series. Robert Ginsburg, host of Shades of Jazz every Friday night on 91.3, talked with Pat about his music.

Still on the Hill has recorded two CDs inspired by water and stories related to water. During a recent event at Walton Arts Center, in conjunction with the 2018 Artosphere Festvial, they played songs from those albums.

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