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Dylan Earl has lived in Fayetteville for about a year now, even if he has been touring consistently through the first half of 2017. He recently came by the Carver Center for Public Radio to talk about his music, and to let us hear some songs he plans to release on his first full-length album later this year.

Musicians Tim Warden and Cristian Serrano bring so much energy and sound to their performances that it’s hard to believe there’s only two musicians on stage. As the duo Rozenbridge, the artists are bringing something new to the local music scene by combining their skills with a guitar and a cello. They'll perform at 8 p.m. Friday at Aloft in Rogers and at 9 p.m. Saturday at Chelsea's in Eureka Springs.

Carlin Ma, courtesy The Dover Quartet

The Dover Quartet is back for their seventh consecutive Artosphere.

John Jeter, Music Director of the Fort Smith Symphony for twenty years, explains the Kool Kats to us.

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The Time Burners make it to northwest Arkansas about once a year, and they recently made the pilgrimage from Nebraska for a few shows in the region. While they were in town, the rockabilly and Americana duo, comprised of husband and wife Travis and Becky Koester, stopped by the Firmin-Garner Performance Studio to talk about their latest album, titled Memories, and to perform a few songs.

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