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Friday, June 3, 2011

Saturday To-Do: 'Time For Tenderness'

Posted By on Fri, Jun 3, 2011 at 9:09 AM

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'TIME FOR TENDERNESS'
9 p.m., White Water Tavern. $10.

Our man Luke Hunsicker's big-hearted legacy is going to live on for a long time if Little Rock has anything to say about it. During his fight with brain cancer, members of the local musical establishment banded together for a string of concerts, raising funds for medical bills addressed to the multi-talented musician and general smile-about-town. And even now, nearly a year after he passed away, the events keep coming. This weekend, White Water hosts a benefit show to rally money and support for the Lucas Clayton Hunsicker Scholarship Fund, which provides a yearly stipend to a high school senior from Luke's alma mater, Parkview High, who plans to pursue an education in the arts. Saturday, expect a helping of '50s doo-wop, pop and soul — dancing and singing encouraged, if not irresistible — from a cast of Hunsicker cohorts and local musicians. Also, a wall of locally-made art pieces will be on display with sales going to the scholarship fund, as well.

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