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courtesy / Hubby Jenkins

Hubby Jenkins is a multi-instrumentalist. He plays the banjo, guitar, and even the bones. He has performed on national stages with the Carolina Chocolate Drops and with Rhiannon Giddens and her solo project. In late August, Hubby played a solo set on the main stage of the Fayetteville Roots Festival.

courtesy / John Two-Hawks

John Two-Hawks says his new album is his most personal yet.

courtesy / Still on the Hill

The duo Still on the Hill collects songs and legends for a new CD dedicated to life along the Buffalo River.

Songwriters from Texas and Australia came to northwest Arkansas to finish some songs started decades ago. We hear from two of those songwriters during a visit to the Ferold Arend Studio in Bentonville.

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During a recent session inside the Firmin-Garner Performance Studio, Nature and Madness performed a third song from the new album "Where Will We Go." The band is comprised of frontman and guitarist Ryan Pickop, guitarist Eric Withans, Meredith Kimbrough, and Grant D'Aubin. 

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