Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Here's the schedule for the 2013 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase

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Round 1 of the 2013 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase is Jan. 24 at Stickyz pic
  • Round 1 of the 2013 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase is Jan. 24 at Stickyz.

We've finalized the schedule of performers for the 2013 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase, which careful readers will note begins Jan. 24 at Stickyz. Holy crap, that's a week from tomorrow!

Keep an eye out next week for a full preview of Round 1 and an introduction to our panel of judges, who'll be picking the winners.

The performers are listed below in the order they'll be playing. Each semifinal round begins at 9 p.m. and each act plays for a half hour. New this year: the showcase is all-ages. Cover charge is $5 for 21 and older, $10 for 20 and younger. We'll be doing giveaways and other fun stuff, so come on out if that sounds like a good time.

Jan 24:
Annalisa Nutt
Trey Hawkins Band
Collin Vs Adam
Damn Arkansan

Jan 31:
Tom & Hebron
Flint Eastwood
Stephen Neeper Band
The Bad Years

Feb 7:
Freedom Bureau
Gwendolyn Kay
The Revolutioners
Mothwind

Feb 14:
Miles Rattz
This Holy House
Peckerwolf
Terminus

Feb 21:
Bartin Memberg
Sound of the Mountain
Knox Hamilton
The Midnight Thrills

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