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Country chart-toppers Eli Young Band play Rev Room TONIGHT!

Country music chart-toppers Eli Young Band stop in Little Rock to headline an ALL AGES show at Revolution Music Room tonight, Friday, April 22 at 9 p.m.
The band's third album, "Jet Black & Jealous," entered the Billboard Country Albums Chart at No. 5 and at No. 2 on iTunes, producing four Top 40 singles on the Billboard Country Singles Chart — and Eli Young Band has been thrilling crowds all over the country with live performances in support of that album ever since.
The four-man band based in Denton, Texas, is routinely featured in CMT and GAC with its popular videos and has performed at such major events as the Austin City Limits Music Festival.
The band also has appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The Tonight Show With Jay Leno and The Cotton Bowl Classic, and has earned acclaim in People Magazine, USA Today, Billboard magazine, The New Yorker, New York Post, American Songwriter and Country Weekly, among others.

Cleverlys bring bluegrass hilarity, crazy covers to LR

Hailing from a remote part of the Ozark Mountains, near the small town of Cane Spur, Ark., The Cleverlys are a five-man bluegrass/comedy band with what some bluegrassjournal.com calls "a slightly skewed sense of the past, present and future."
You can say that again.

K.I.D.S. Volunteer Day and Easter Egg Hunt

K.I.D.S. Volunteer Day and Easter Egg Hunt

Mosaic Templars Cultural Center (MTCC), a museum of the Department of Arkansas Heritage, will hold a Kids Involved in Dynamic Service (K.I.D.S.) Volunteer Day and Easter Egg Hunt.  The event will be held on Saturday, April 23, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

K.I.D.S. is a new program at MTCC for children between the ages of ten and fifteen. Members of the program will have an opportunity once every three months to volunteer for a special project organized by the museum. There will also be an indoor Easter egg scavenger hunt in the museum for history clues and prizes! 

Children will make birdhouses and butterfly houses for OakForest Community Garden. “Our K.I.D.S.

Cantrell Gallery hosts Camden artist

Cantrell Gallery hosts Camden artist

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Cantrell Gallery is pleased to present their premiere exhibit of oil paintings by Lee Nora Parlor and would like to extend an invitation to the Opening Night Reception, Friday, April 15, 6-8 pm.  Refreshments will be served.

ZoSo: Led Zeppelin Experience brings tribute to LR Saturday, April 16

ZoSo: Led Zeppelin Experience brings tribute to LR Saturday, April 16

One of the country's most highly acclaimed rock tribute bands, ZoSo the Led Zeppelin Experience, graces Little Rockers with their awesome stage presence and spot-on rock 'n' roll this Saturday, April 16 when they play Revolution Music Room in the River Market.

Four years after forming in California to almost instant critical applause, in 1999 ZoSo began touring nationally and hasn't stopped since — a remarkable 2,400-plus live performances later.

Zodiac brings WAKARUSA'S Interstellar Meltdown party to Little Rock

Zodiac brings WAKARUSA'S Interstellar Meltdown party to Little Rock

Revolution Music Room's Zodiac DJ dance party series hosts the Wakarusa DJ Classic on Friday, April 15, featuring six DJ acts competing for a chance to perform at Wakarusa's Interstellar Meltdown this summer.

Zodiac, The Aries Edition — with free admission for all those born under the Aries sign — is gonna be a party, y'all! Some of Central Arkansas' best electronica/dubstep/house DJs will be performing, including Ringo & Spencer Rx; Jake Martin and Jeremy Sayre; Wolf E Wolf & Jeff House; Haze & DJ Mysterium; Jeremy Rowlett & Chamelion; and Holmez, Digital Love N Germz.

The winner — according to turnout, performance and crowd response — will be a finalist to perform as part of Wakarusa 2011 Interstellar Meltdown, its lineup of late-night party sets that include STS9, Bassnectar, Thievery Corporation, Ghostland Observatory, Lotus, Eliot Lipp, SBTRKT and many more.

Rock star Corey Smith in LR this Sunday, April 17

Rock star Corey Smith in LR this Sunday, April 17

With seven albums and dozens of sold-out shows now under his belt — including at famed venues such as The Roxy in Atlanta and Georgia Theatre in Athens — Corey Smith brings his popular, unpretentious Americana act with country, rock and blues influences to Revolution Music Room on Sunday, April 17.

Since winning a songwriting contest and releasing his first album, "Undertones," in 2003, Smith has been soaring underneath the radar of the major labels by nursing a loyal fan base all over the South who appreciates his back-to-basics honesty in both his music and his lyrics.

"Drawing heavily from the blues, country and rock traditions of the South, he applies the back-porch twang of an acoustic guitar, a soulful singing voice, and well-crafted lyrics to the task of creating music that is at once distinct and familiar," Jambase.com says.

His supporting band is not bad either; this guy and his friends know how to "Party" — incidentally, one of his most popular