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Friday, March 15, 2013

Saturday To-Do: Se7en Sharp

Posted By on Fri, Mar 15, 2013 at 10:03 AM

Se7en Sharp plays its final show Saturday at Cornerstone Pub pic
  • Se7en Sharp plays its final show Saturday at Cornerstone Pub.

8:30 p.m. Cornerstone Pub and Grill.

Well this is a bummer: After three years, an album, and a bunch of shows (including the 2012 Times Showcase and shows benefiting St. Jude's and the Boys and Girls Clubs) Central Arkansas rockers Se7en Sharp will be hanging it up.

From their Facebook: "We have loved playing for you over these past 3 years, and we intend to go out with a bang. It won't be a time of regret, but rather a celebration of everything we've accomplished since our inception. More details will be coming soon, but know that we would love nothing more than to see you one more time! P.S. Brad's coming back to play drums for this show, and we're gonna blow the roof off! Plus it's Shayne's birthday party!"

Proceeds from the show are going toward recording sessions to get down the band's most recent songs. It sucks when a band you like stops playing, but them's the breaks, unfortunately. There's really nothing else to do except come to their last show, buy 'em a shot and a beer and say "Well done, y'all."

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