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Thursday, December 23, 2010

R for Reunions

Posted By on Thu, Dec 23, 2010 at 12:17 PM

  • Matthew Martin
  • Mulehead

Little Rock bands can be a fickle bunch, disbanding and reuniting at string-shredding speed, but 2010 saw two of our town's most beloved bands reform (at least temporarily) when alt-country heroes Mulehead took to White Water Tavern for a two-night stand after being unjustly bumped from the Riverfest lineup in favor of Uncle Kracker. But local music fiends hit the motherlode when Vino's celebrated its 20th anniversary, temporarily reuniting booze-rockers Big Boss Line, power-pop icons The Baileys and, most notably, Ho-Hum, Little Rock's greatest local band. Fists were pumped, songs were sung-along and everyone's communal faces were successfully melted.

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