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Wednesday, March 21, 2012

More AMP shows announced

Posted By on Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 5:16 PM


The Walton Arts Center has recently announced a few more shows for the 2012 season at the Arkansas Music Pavilion.

On April 28, ol' Bocephus, who thinks Obama is like Hitler, will take to the stage and exercise his right to not have the "Toes of The First Amendment Freedom of Speech" stepped on.

All you classic rock lovers and gun fetishists and gun-fetishizing classic rock lovers need to clear your calendars for June 10, because The Motor City Madman, aka The Nuge, aka Uncle Ted, aka That Narcissistic, Violent Rhetoric Loving Psychopath and Fox News Contributor aka Ted Nugent is coming to Fayetteville and he's not taking any guff off any of you lily-livered pinko socialist Kenyan gun-grabbing Prius drivers.

On June 17, you can catch Colbie Caillat and Gavin DeGraw, neither of whom, as far as I know, have compared the President to a genocidal dictator or made any remarks about sticking a gun in his mouth. Or at least not yet.

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