Firmin-Garner Performance Studio

courtesy: The Vine Brothers

After a number of successful tours, the Vine Brothers took off much of this year to reconnect with family and work on other musical projects. In September, the group hit the road again, and their tour has brought them to Northwest Arkansas. Yesterday, the trio came to our studio to perform some of their new songs.

The World Music Ensemble and Schola Cantorum at the University of Arkansas will soon perform a concert of medieval travel music. Members of both groups recently stopped by the Firmin-Garner Performance Studio to give us a preview. The concert "Songs from the Camino" will be held Oct. 2 in the Honors Student Lounge on the U of A campus and Oct. 6 at Subiaco Abbey in Subiaco.

Fayetteville-based musician Cody Nielsen has grown up in the NWA music scene. After performing in other projects like Farmer and the Markets and Surf de Soleil, Cody has spent recent years working on his solo project, Moonsong. The release of his latest album, Lethologica, will be celebrated at a show Sept. 8 at Stage 18.

The Lark and the Loon (Rocky Steen-Rolfzen and Jeff Rolfzen) use the west and the Ozarks as inspiration for their new CD, Homestead Hands. They play three of the songs from the album for us.

Lesly Reynaga Sings

Aug 17, 2018

Lesly Reynaga lives in Austin, but she is spending time in northwest Arkansas this week. She came to our studio to play a song.

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