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Thursday, February 4, 2010

Thursday To-Do: Love Ghost

Posted By on Thu, Feb 4, 2010 at 9:42 AM

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Photo by Ashley McLelland.

LOVE GHOST
10 p.m., White Water Tavern. $5.

It's hard to think of anyone who's stayed busier in local music in recent years than Jason Weinheimer. When not recording albums for acts like the Moving Front and Chris Michaels and the Cranks at Lucky Dog Audio, he's lent his sideman skill to bands like Jim Mize and the Germans and the Greg Spradlin Outfit. Then, of course, there's his regularly consuming work with the Boondogs, the band he co-leads with his wife, long Little Rock's most reliable pop group. But with Weinheimer's latest project, the pop-rock band Love Ghost, he's been forced to slow down. Mainly because Love Ghost's lead guitarist spends most of his days traveling the world and playing award shows. So when Jeff Matika gets a break from touring with Green Day, Love Ghost is playing. It'll be a rare opportunity to see Weinheimer, Matika and mates play punchy pop-rock that's bound to get stuck in your head for just about as long as it takes the band to schedule another date. Chris Michaels and the Cranks open.

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