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From A to Zydeco


National touring bands, a Grammy wining zydeco artist, a golfer-turned-country-rapper and more are all on the musical agenda for the next seven days.

Thr. Jul. 27

Fri. Jul. 28

Sat.Jul. 29

Sun. Jul. 30

Mon. Jul. 31

Tue. Aug. 1

  • Steel Panther at JJ's LIVE (Fayetteville) - $25 adv., $30 at door, 7:30 p.m.
  • James Miller at Six-Twelve Coffeehouse (Fayetteville) - 6 p.m.

Wed. Aug. 2

  • Ben Harris at Six-Twelve Coffeehouse (Fayetteville) - 5:30 p.m.

Thr. Aug. 3

Timothy Dennis is KUAF's strategic technical planner and producer for Ozarks at Large.
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