AY About You Magazine has your complete guide to Arkansas’ music scene. This weekend, go see the Ben Miller Band, Mama and the Outlaw and more.
Around Little Rock
Magic 105 The 40 Year Reunion / CALS Ron Robinson Theater 100 River Market Ave./ 7:00-10:00/ Free
Join the CALS Ron Robinson Theater for a trip back in time as we remember Central Arkansas’ original classic rock station with the ones that kept us glued to the dial: Clyde Clifford, Reade Mitchell, “The Outlaw” Tommy Smith, Tom Wood, David Allen Ross, Carole Kramer, Sharpe Dunaway, Jeff Allen, Casey Jones, Trent “Treetop” Tyler, and more as they tell their stories and answer your questions. There’s a lot of buzz and anticipation going on about this special night, and with limited seating at a first come basis you’ll want to get there early. Doors at 6:00
Prophets and Outlaws / Stickyz Rock N’ Roll Chicken Shack 107 River Market Ave./ 8:30-12/ $12 advance $14 day of show
From Dallas, TX, Prophets and Outlaws, a Texas soul band in five-part harmony, is currently out in support of their latest album “Dreamer.”
Big Silver with Adam Faucett / White Water Tavern 2500 W 7th St./ 9-12
Classic feel-good rock from Little Rock’s Big Silver featuring singer-songwriter Isaac Alexander and his band of talented musicians. Joining this show is Little Rock rock/folk singer-songwriter Adam Faucett.
Billy Jeter / Stone’s Throw Brewing (Stifft Station Taproom) 3015 W Markham St./ 7-9/ Free
Stone’s Throw Riffs and Stifft welcomes folk rock storyteller Billy Jeter as he returns to Arkansas after a tour celebrating his third album “House on Fire,” and performing a few new songs from his upcoming fourth album which he is currently recording. Sit back and relax with a tasty brew, some food from featured food truck PopPop YumYam and enjoy an early night of great music.
Monsterboy / Atlas Bar 1224 Main St / 8-11/ Free
Husband and wife duo Chris Long and Veronica Wirges blend indie pop with elements of alternative rock, folk, and EDM for a sound that is Monsterboy.
Brothers With Different Mothers / White Water Tavern 2500 W 7th St./ 9:00/ $10
“Little Rock’s premier alt-country-comedy-blues-funk rock band,” Brothers With Different Mothers is bringing its one-of-a-kind covers to the White Water for a feel-good Saturday night. Opening the show is Brian Nahlen & Nick Devlin.
And Then Came Humans / Four Quarter Bar 415 Main St. NLR / 10-1 / $7
The indie/jazz-rock/funk/experimental duo And Then Came Humans, composed of Mike Sopko (guitar/vocals) and Ryan Scott Long (drums/synth keys/ vocals), returns to Four Quarter with their unique take on classic and contemporary folk, jazz, rock, pop, and hip-hop.
Local Music Night / Record 104 SW A St./ 8-11:30/ $5
This will be an intimate night of music from local favorites, including Jess Harp, Jamie Lou Connolly, and Pura Coco, with a pop-up shop from Mad Dog Vintage.
DeFrance, Factory, and William Matheny / Maxine’s Live 700 Central Ave/ 8-1/
Enjoy some classic rock & roll from DeFrance, progressive funk/blues space rock of Factory, and rock & roll singer songwriter William Matheny.
Friday 1/24 & Saturday 1/25
Mayday by Midnight / Silks Bar & Grill (Oaklawn) 2705 Central Ave/ 10
After you’ve enjoyed the day at opening weekend, head to Oaklawn’s Silks Bar and Grill and get ready dance the night away with Little Rock party band Mayday by Midnight as they play your favorite dance, rock, pop, hip-hop, and country hits.
Ben Miller Band/ Chelsea’s Corner Bar & Live Music 10 Mountain St./ 9:30-12:30
Get ready for a toe-tappin feel-good jam from Joplin, Missouri’s The Ben Miller Band.
Ben Miller Band / Harry’s Downtown 509 Garrison St./ 9-1/ $10
Joplin Missouri’s The Ben Miller Band return to Harry’s for a feel-good Saturday Night or dancing and jamming.
Mama and The Outlaw / Griffin Restaurant 101 East Locust St./ 8:00/ Free
Husband and wife acoustic duo Jordan and Stacy Sheppard sing their sweet originals and covers of some of their favorites.