Rocking on out 

Deeter’s last Rockers Revue covers the local bases.

KERBY: At White Water.
  • KERBY: At White Water.

Tuesday, Jan. 30, finds us between two worlds as the week wears on and Arkansas Rockers Revue founder T.J. Deeter of the White Water Tavern moves on to Localist pastures. New management will take over the White Water lease from Larry “Goose” Garrison in February, and the change coincided with Deeter wanting to focus more attention on the Localist, a web-based magazine.

Deeter has one last all-local, giant of a show up his sleeve for the final Tuesday of the month, however, including intensely ’80s synth vibe with Browningham, acoustic country with Kevin Kerby, reggaed post punk with the Reds, feel-good indie pop rockers the Easys, sometime trip but mostly hip hip-hop 607, old-is-fresh indie with the Contingencies, punk with the Crisco Kids, smoky-voiced indie with the Moving Front, the Bad Omen Band and Brian Frazier.

The show starts at 10 p.m., and as with all White Water’s Tuesday night all-Arkansas, all-original, all-genre lineups, is free.

Sister Hazel, which soared up the pop charts in the mid-’90s, appears at the Village on Friday, Jan. 26. Tickets are $15 in advance and $17 at the door. Showtime is 9 p.m.

Also, the Village has gotten the paperwork completed again and now has its alcohol permit to serve beer.

The Village is at the corner of Asher and South University avenues.

Now for the rest of the week, starting with Thursday, Jan. 25:

Check out freshly debuted Boston big deal emo group Boys Like Girls, Cali-emo Self Against City, softer side Buffalo indie Last Conservative, and Desoto at Juanita’s (8 p.m., $8-$10)… Ambient post-rock Unwed Sailor with experimental group Burn Baby Burn at Vino’s Brewpub (8 p.m., $8) … The Afterthought features regular jazz trio Ted Ludwig Presents (8 p.m., free) … Classic rock and blues rule the house at Cajun’s Wharf with Mr. Happy (8:30 p.m., $5).

On Friday: Popular cabaret jazz/R&B duo Brenda and Ellis grace the Afterthought stage (9 p.m., $5) … Violin-heavy folk rocks out at Cajun’s Wharf with Kansas-based Shaking Tree (8:30 p.m., $5) … Agent Orange brings Cali-surf punk to the Rev Room (10 p.m., $10) … First Blood, Bloodlined Calligraphy, Death Before Dishonor and Dead Hearts comprise the all-metal lineup at Vino’s (8 p.m., $8-$10) … Southern country hits West End Grill with Fort Smith’s Judge Parker (10 p.m., call for cover). Catch Arkansas Times Musicians’ Showcase semifinalist Stone Mountain Crew with Stella Transmission at old school house show venue the Treehouse, located at 109 S. Cedar (9 p.m., donations).

On Saturday: Fayetteville’s Early Morning Bourbon Girls play roots country with their seven-woman, one-man band at the White Water (9 p.m., $5) … Brenda and Ellis offer a second night of their sultry sounds at the Afterthought (9 p.m., $5) … Chicago’s alterna-rock sound hits Little Rock with Kill Hannah alongside angsty power pop trio Pink Spiders, Action Reaction, and Love Arcade at Juanita’s (9 p.m., $12-$15) … Acoustic hip-hop soul leads at Sticky Fingerz with Scratch Track (9:30 p.m., $7) … Southern rockers Go Fast play Vino’s (9 p.m., $5)… Sometimes gentle, sometimes jamming alterna-pop-rock Thanks For Nothing does Cajun’s Wharf (8:30 p.m., $5) … Little Rock rockers Bombay Black play West End (10 p.m., call for cover).

Sunday: Juanita’s keeps the music flowing seven days a week with San Diego alterna-rock Waking Ashland, west Chicago indie group the Fold, indie pop rock Jonezetta and the Graduate (8 p.m., $10-$12).

Monday: Catch a free flick at Vino’s weekly Supper, Suds, and Cinema (7 p.m.) … The Monday Night Jazz Project continues at the Afterthought (8 p.m., $5) … Regulars Nick and Richie return to the stage at Cajun’s Wharf (8:30 p.m., $5) …

Tuesday: Texas rock Pimpadelic and NLR psychobilly Josh the Devil and the Sinners are at Juanita’s (9 p.m., $10) … Brian and Nick play Cajun’s Wharf (8:30 p.m., $5) … John Lefler and Co. do the Afterthought (8 p.m., $2).

Wednesday: Acoustic R&B pop with Dave Barnes at Sticky Fingerz (9 p.m., $10) … Midweek repose with Ja’Nae Wilkerson on piano at the Afterthought (8 p.m., free) … and Ben and Doug play at Cajun’s Wharf (8:30 p.m., $5).


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