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Music

  • The rise of digital music platforms means musicians and fans can connect all around the world. What this means for culture, the economy and representation will be examined in a class next fall at the University of Arkansas called Music and Globalization.
  • The rise of digital music platforms means musicians and fans can connect all around the world. What this means for culture, the economy and representation will be examined in a class next fall at the University of Arkansas called Music and Globalization.
  • The Flipoff Pirates have been a fixture in the local music scene for the better part of three decades. Two of the band's members, Jeff Kearney and Matt Smith, recently talked with us about their third album, Bones from the Past. The band will release the album with a concert Saturday May 21 at George's Majestic Lounge in Fayetteville.
  • The Flipoff Pirates have been a fixture in the local music scene for the better part of three decades. Two of the band's members, Jeff Kearney and Matt Smith, recently talked with us about their third album, Bones from the Past. The band will release the album with a concert Saturday May 21 at George's Majestic Lounge in Fayetteville.
  • Hot weather means patio season is in full swing, which also means that outdoor opportunities for live music are also ramping up.
  • Hot weather means patio season is in full swing, which also means that outdoor opportunities for live music are also ramping up.
  • This week, University of Arkansas music professor Lia Uribe features music by Miguel del Aguila and Alyssa Morris.
  • This week, University of Arkansas music professor Lia Uribe features music by Miguel del Aguila and Alyssa Morris.
  • This week, University of Arkansas music professor Lia Uribe features music by Miguel del Aguila and Alyssa Morris.
  • Artosphere Festival gets underway this weekend throughout northwest Arkansas, but that's only a portion of the wide variety of live music available in the next week.