Big local show Wednesday starting Cooper's Orbit | Rock Candy

Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Big local show Wednesday starting Cooper's Orbit

Posted on Tue, Dec 26, 2006 at 4:57 PM

Make plans now to check out a big Sticky Fingerz show on Wednesday, Dec. 27, with Cooper's Orbit, and Stephen Rock will be the opening act.

Cooper's Orbit is the group outlet for local guitar phenom Chris Henry, the 2006 runnerup in the Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase. Henry is a high-energy rock singer-songwriter with a finger-style ability that will blow you away. He's been compared to classic guitarists such as Leo Kottke and contemporary hit-makers such as John Mayer and Dave Matthews.

Opening up the show will be local singer-songwriter Stephen Rock and the show should start up around 9 p.m.

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