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Now a 'Festival Band,' Good Looks Visits Fayetteville

Good Looks L to R Harrison Anderson, Tyler Jordan, Phil Dunne, Jake Ames
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Good Looks L to R Harrison Anderson, Tyler Jordan, Phil Dunne and Jake Ames.

The Austin based band Good Looks is no stranger to our program. Members of the band first visited with us back in late 2017, and they’ve stopped by a few times since. While on the way back home from a show in Missouri earlier this year, Tyler Jordan, Jake Ames, Phil Dunne and Harrison Anderson stopped by the Firmin-Garner Performance Studio at KUAF to give us a taste of some new music.

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