AY About You Magazine has your complete guide to Arkansas’ music scene. This weekend, go see Mike Dillon Band, Dirty Fuss, the Going Jessies and more.
Around Little Rock
The Going Jessies with Trey Johnson, and The Amy Garland Band/ White Water Tavern 2500 W 7th St./ 9-12
This will be a night of soulful country folk from Central Arkansas favorites The Going Jessies with featured guests the feel-good blues man Trey Johnson and the The Amy Garland Band.
Mike Dillon Band/ Four Quarter Bar 415 Main St. NLR/ 10-1/ $7
A Four Quarter favorite returns! New Orleans’ vibraphone and percussion maestro Mike Dillon is bringing back his punk jazz freak funk. If you’ve never seen one of his shows before, it’s a musical experience you won’t soon forget. He is celebrating 30 years of touring with his U.S. winter tour.
Townsend/ Stone’s Throw Brewing (Stifft Station Taproom) 3015 W. Markham St./ 7-9
Stone’s Throw Riffs at Stifft welcomes Central Arkansas singer-songwriter Townsend, who will sing songs you know and love and songs from her latest release “Show Me Home.” Grab a pint, and a bite from featured food truck, the comfort food of PopPop YumYam, and enjoy an early evening of music.
Dirty Fuss with The Phenomenal Self/ Stickyz Rock N’ Roll Chicken Shack 107 River Market Ave. /9:00/ $6
This is a night for alternative music lovers. From Nashville, Tenn., Dirty Fuss, named “the best live band in Nashville,” by indie radio station Lightning 100, is currently out in support of their debut album “American Animals.” Opening the show is one of Little Rock’s newest bands (formed 2018), the alt-rock, indie, shoegaze, dream-pop of The Phenomenal Self.
Dirty Fuss/ Kings Live Music 1020 Front St./ 9-11/ $5
Dirty Fuss is performing at Kings on Friday. Don’t miss it!
Karly Driftwood, William Blackart, Sarah Senter / Maxine’s Live 700 Central Ave. /9-12
Enjoy a night of singer-songwriters, including Karly Driftwood from Nashville, Tenn. who is out in support of her latest album “Too Mean To Die.” Opening the show are Central Arkansas artists William Blackart and Sarah Senter.
Go on Git / George’s Majestic Lounge 519 W Dickson St./ 9-12/$5-$7
Boogie down with some original country/Americana from hometown band Go on Git.
Images courtesy of the Going Jessies. Photo credit: John Shute