Hold the phone on that Cate Brothers retirement | Rock Candy

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Hold the phone on that Cate Brothers retirement

Posted on Wed, Dec 13, 2006 at 4:54 PM

You thought the last chance to see the Cate Brothers live  in Little Rock was last month? Well, not so fast my friend. The Cates were scheduled to play a private party this coming Friday night, Dec. 16, at the White Water Tavern, but now we've learned that the party will be open to everyone willing to pay the $10 cover charge.

The veteran Arkie rockers have played a few dates each year at the intimate club at Seventh and Thayer streets for the last decade-plus, and they’ll be back there for a show that REALLY is their last Little Rock date before they disband. It’ll start around 9 p.m.

And, you can see the Cate Brothers for free in Conway on Thursday at the AETN studios, as they'll be taping a show there. All you have to do is show up before 6:30 p.m. at the studios on Donaghey Street, just south of the UCA campus.

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