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Friday, June 23, 2006

Listen to Chris Henry, American Princes and Hannah Blaylock on our new Musician's Showcase

Posted on Fri, Jun 23, 2006 at 6:02 PM

We're just in the startup phase of this, but we're' going to feature Arkansas musicians and their latest songs on this website. We're starting out with new releases from Chris Henry ("Greater Good"), American Princes ("Never Grow Old") and Hannah Blaylock and Eden's Edge ("California"). Blaylock and her band won the Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase contest at Sticky Fingerz in March, edging Henry by a single point. Two contrasting styles here, from the bluegrass-influenced Eden's Edge to Henry's rock-edged acoustic guitar and vocals. You'll love them both, as with American Princes and their anthemic (at least to us) "Never Grow Old" off there "Less and Less" release on Yep-Roc.

You'll have to have Real Player or one of the players to hear the songs. Click this and give a listen.

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