If you’re venturing out to enjoy live music, please don’t forget your mask, obey social distance guidelines, and respect the rules posted for the safety of yourself and those around you.
The Rodney Block Collective – Live from the Front Porch Virtual Concert Series / 6:30
Live from the Pleasant Valley Neighborhood, this will be an evening of jazz, gospel, R&B and soul. Tune in, or if you find yourself in the Neighborhood just follow the music as Rodney and the Collective continue to make their way across Central Arkansas one porch at a time. I’ve heard there’ll be a taco truck. Check it out here.
Christine DeMeo / The Library Kitchen and Lounge 313 President Clinton Ave. Suite 100 / 4-7
The Library’s Friday Night Live welcomes Little Rock singer/songwriter/one woman band Christine DeMeo as she plays your favorite hits from the 80’s to today and a few of her own originals.
The Pam Setser Show Presents: Lee Street Lyrical / 7:00/
From Mountain View, award-winning multi-instrumentalist Pam Setser is proud to present 2019 and 2020 Arkansas Country Music Award-nominated duo, Lee Street Lyrical (Buddy Case and Casey Penn) for an evening of harmony rich roots music.
This is a strange time for live music. This liminal time between quarantine and the re-opening, between the need to create and the need to be still. Artists are using their voices and platforms not only to sing but to speak out on the injustices black Americans in this country face. In Arkansas, we are blessed with a history and a present of talented black artists. This week, we will be spotlighting talented black Arkansas artists.
Joshua Asante, “Everybody Gets Used”
The frontman for Little Rock’s legendary Amasa Hines and Velvet Kente brings us the first single from his upcoming solo album: Everybody Gets Used b/w Tell My Mama I’m Back. From Arkansas newest record label, Quiet Contender, formed by Joshua Asante and Seth Baldy. You can also pre-order the album here in beautiful (limited edition) ruby red vinyl.
Big Piph, “Foolish”
Arkansas’ Hip-Hop Ambassador is back with a new single produced by Apollo Lane and featuring Dee Dee Jones on vocals from Ferocious Production Studios.
Genine LaTrice Perez, “Couldn’t Help It”
She is aCentral Arkansas musician/producer/artist that you’ve seen her behind the bass for Dazz and Brie, Sean Fresh and others, now she brings us another soulful solo jam.
Check out Genine LaTrice Perez‘s “Living My Best Life” featuring Anikae Brown. Even though this is from September, I needed this pick me up from Central Arkansas jazz, R&B, soul songstress Genine LaTrice Perez as she gets us moving, living her best life in this video directed by Rah Howard.