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Thursday, March 5, 2009

Arkies are everywhere

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Seal and Mark Summerlin.

Following on the heels of a mysteriously disappearing blog post about a certain Little Rock guitar player who may or may not be a new addition to a internationally adored rock band, Kyoto Boom drummer Duke Boyne points me to Mark Summerlin, his former band mate in Fayetteville's BE.

Summerlin, who still lives in Fayetteville, is currently playing guitar with Seal and serving as the vocalist's musical director on tour. Dates after the jump. The closest the band comes to these parts is Dallas on April 28.

The picture above comes from this performance on Craig Ferguson of "A Change is Gonna Come." The BE MySpace page has a lot of other video goodies of Summerlin and Seal, too.
March 31 - Minneapolis MN
April 1 - Chicago IL
April 3 - Windsor ON
April 4 - Toronto ON
April 6 - Boston MA
April 8 - Philadelphia PA
April 10 - Mashantucket CT
April 11 - Atlantic City NJ
April 15 - Columbia MD
April 16 - New York NY
April 18 - Atlanta GA
April 19 - St. Petersburg FL
April 22 - Miami FL
April 24 - Biloxi MS
April 25 - Houston TX
April 28 - Austin TX
April 29 - Dallas TX
May 1 - Albuquerque NM
May 3 - Valley Center CA
May 5 - Oakland CA
May 6 - Los Angeles CA

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