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Friday, August 17, 2007

Friday To-Do: Benefit for KABF

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KABF BENEFIT
9:30 p.m., Sticky Fingerz. $6.


KABF 88.3 FM, the local community radio station, continues its impressive run of “Radio Free Arkansas” benefit concerts with a line-up fea-turing 607, the Easys, Kevin Kerby and Juggernaut Glitch. Mark Lewis, who plays guitar in the Moving Front when he's not tirelessly pro-moting KABF, organized the event and says the concert will be recorded and put on the new and improved KABF website (KABF883.com) for download. That's especially noteworthy for fans of rapper 607 and pop-rockers the Easys, who've long talked about collaborating on an album but haven't gotten farther than the stage; their fusing of such rarely combined genres always seems to get the crowd going. Kerby is Little Rock's unflagging alt-country troubadour. Last year he put out the excellent album “The Secret Lives of All Night Radios,” and he's sure to have new material to share. DJ g-force will man the 1s and 2s for Juggernaut Glitch, a local alt-rap group.

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