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Friday, January 4, 2013

RIP Jeffrey Hudnall

Posted By on Fri, Jan 4, 2013 at 11:09 AM

Jeff Hudnall, a.k.a. Bushy, passed away Jan. 3.
  • Jeff Hudnall, a.k.a. Bushy, passed away Jan. 3.

Little Rock has lost a pillar of the electronic dance music scene. Concert promoter Jeffrey Hudnall, a.k.a. Bushy, passed away yesterday. According to a Facebook post from his older brother Scott, Hudnall "passed quietly in his sleep."

Hudnall was one of the founders of Cybertribe and brought some of the biggest names in electronic music to the area.

Friends and family have posted numerous remembrances and tributes on his Facebook page.

You can donate to the Jeff Hudnall Funeral Fund to help his family with expenses.

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