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Friday, November 5, 2010

Weekend To-Do: David Kimbrough Jr.

Posted By on Fri, Nov 5, 2010 at 6:01 AM

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DAVID KIMBROUGH JR.
Fri.: 9 p.m., Parrot Beach Cafe. $5.
Sat.: 10 p.m., White Water Tavern.

Who should we talk to about making David Kimbrough Jr. an honorary Little Rockian? For years, he's been no stranger to stages around town. No doubt, he knows his way around Little Rock's barstools. And we can always use someone as flat-out fun to watch as the contagiously exuberant son of Junior Kimbrough, the eternal emperor of the Delta blues. What I'm getting at is this: Have you seen David Jr. yet? If not, it may be time to stop denying yourself the foot-stomping, butt-shaking good time he brings to town every time. This weekend sees a two-night stand in town, playing Parrot Beach Cafe on Friday night, supported by husband and wife duo Jawbone and Jolene, and his regular hang-out, White Water Tavern, at 10 p.m. Saturday, supported by singer/songwriter (and his blues co-conspirator) Stacey Mackey.

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