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Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Wednesday To-Do: The Revolutioners

Posted By on Tue, Nov 26, 2013 at 9:12 AM

The Revolutioners play at Stickyz Wednesday. - BRIAN CHILSON
  • Brian Chilson
  • The Revolutioners play at Stickyz Wednesday.


THE REVOLUTIONERS
8:30 p.m. Stickyz. $7.


If you're looking to get in a raucous night out on the town in the hours immediately preceding Thanksgiving, here's your best bet: The Revolutioners headline an evening of rock 'n' roll hedonism that's sure to have your ears still ringing (and your head possibly throbbing) by the time it's time to slice up the turkey and serve up the fixins' and pie.

I hear tell that this show in particular will be a lively affair, with lots of the bands' friends and family in town for the holiday. The Revolutioners also have a full-length album forthcoming, mostly likely in early '14, so look for the band to be playing some cuts from that.

Also on the bill of this 18-and-older show: Fayetteville alt-rockers Chasing Pictures and Central Arkansas rockers Dead End Drive.

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