Maybe Someday is the fourth full-length album from Fayetteville-based band Arkansauce. Fans can stream the album beginning on Thanksgiving. The group will host a CD release party at George's Majestic Lounge Dec. 6.
During our winter fundraiser, December 9th through the 13th, KUAF will once again offer a collection of performances recorded for Ozarks at Large throughout the year.
KUAF Live 2019 is a double CD of 23 performances, all recorded live at the KUAF studios, the Carver Center for Public Radio or at Fayetteville Public Television. Most were recorded in the Firmin-Garner Performance studio and all tracks were recorded for Ozarks at Large in 2019.
Lia Uribe, associate professor of music at the University of Arkansas, says the U of A Departments of Music and Theatre, and the U of A Children's Choir are collaborating to present two performances of Hansel and Gretel this week.
Musician Jasper Logan is launching a new series designed to showcase the work of hip hop artists in the region. The series kicks off with an EP release show for Pura Coco Nov. 22 at Perrodin Supply Company in Springdale.
Jesse Dean has performed his blend of blues and rock and roll throughout Northwest Arkansas for more than a decade. Earlier this year, he performed for KUAF during our second annual Summer Night Swing. Today, we hear highlights from Jesse's performance from that night.