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Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Wednesday To-Dos: Ben, Cory and Zach

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Lucero frontman Ben Nichols joins Cory Branan for a stripped-down acoustic show at White Water that sure to be largely about gravely voices, whiskey and women. And a shit-ton of people. Nichols is from Little Rock and Branan moved to Fayetteville not long ago and both have lots of friends and a big fan base here. Further enticement: Zach Holland, lead singer of the Good Fear, is a late add to the bill. It'll be a rare solo gig for Holland, who's lately been busy working on a much-anticipated new Good Fear record and gettin' engaged. So buy him a beer, people. 9 p.m., $5. Best to get there early.

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