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The last time the Trumann Rail Boys stopped by the Carver Center for Public Radio, the folk group had recently expanded into a trio. Nearly a year later, they've added a fourth member, and are preparing to record and release their first full-ltength album. We talk about what the band has been doing, and hear a few new songs.

The Austin-based House of Songs concept is back in northwest Arkansas, and last night, three visiting songwriters, and one local, came to the Firmin-Garner Performance Studio.

Shook Twins Play

Feb 3, 2017

In August, The Shook Twins played the Fayetteville Roots Festival, including these two songs from a family concert at the Fayetteville Public Library.

courtesy / Shira and Angel Nafis

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Brooklyn musician Shira Erlichman, musically known as just Shira, last visited us more than three years ago when she was touring through the region. She is again in the middle of a tour through the south with her partner and poet Angel Nafis, and the two are combining music and poetry during performances on what they’ve dubbed the “Odes For You Tour.” When they were in Fayetteville earlier this week, the two stopped by the Harold and Blanche Caulk Studio at KUAF.

Brick Fields will celebrate its new record "Blues Habit" at 2 p.m. Sunday at George's Majestic Lounge.

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