Arkansas’s first environmental education state park interprets the importance of the natural world and our place within it.
Se7en Sharp takes the classic crunch of ZZ Top, the riff efficiency of AC/DC and post-grunge influences and weds all of it to decidedly Southern rock swagger, creating a hybrid that is epitomized on "Get in Line," from the band's recent EP. But Se7en Sharp knows how to slow it down too, on the power ballad "Kami" and the earnest, country-tinged number "Give Me a Chance." I'm not sure what's playing on The Edge right this second, but I'm pretty confident that Se7en Sharp is as good as or better than whatever that is. Check out "Get in Line" below and the rest of the EP right here.
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