Folk, cheap 

9 p.m., Juanita's. $2.

What did Little Rock do to deserve such luck? The snow has melted, 60-degree temperatures are right around the corner, and we get to greet the springtime with a seasonal double header in Dawes and Vetiver. Fresh off its European tour supporting its fourth album, “Tight Knit,” Vetiver established itself years ago as the purveyor of 21st century folksiness with one foot in George Harrison's countryside and the other in Vashti Bunyan's shag carpeting. The band counts Bunyan, Joanna Newsom and Devendra Banhart as collaborators and especially vocal fans. You can't argue with that kind of pedigree. Know what else you can't argue with? The cover. Yeah. It's really two dollars. Go.



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