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Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Tuesday To-Do: Cross Canadian Ragweed

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CROSS CANADIAN RAGWEED
8:30 p.m., Sticky Fingerz. $20.

Cross Canadian Ragweed
played Sticky Fingerz way before they were Universal recording artists and country chart-toppers. So props to the Oklahoma-based act  — which takes its name from rhythm guitarist Grady Cross, lead vocalist/guitarist Cody Canada, drummer Randy Ragsdale and original bassist Mark Wiedemann (Jeremy Plato fills the role now) — for remembering its roots. On Tuesday, Southern rockers play an intimate acoustic show for what Sticky Fingerz predicts will be a standing-room only crowd. This is the first Little Rock acoustic-only show from the band, which is currently touring in support of “Mission California.” The record, the band's ninth overall and fourth on Universal South, debuted at number six on the Billboard country charts and spawned the songs “I Believe You” and “Cry Lonely.”

ALSO: Sticky Fingerz just opened a nice, expansive patio.

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