The Arkansas Times, founded in 1974, publishes the most widely read politics and news blog in the state and a weekly paper. Located in the economic, political and cultural center of Arkansas — Greater Little Rock — where almost half...
Rwake. The R is silent, so say “Wake.” Or, if you're the type who believes in pronouncing words with all intended flourish (if you, say, relish pronouncing Chile “Chil-ay” instead of “Chili”) try it loudly slurred and phlegmatic.
Lucero's reputation as a hard-working, hard-living, country-influenced rock band has taken shape slowly but surely. Now, 10 years and seven records later, all the touring, the long rides in the van and the late night shows seem to have paid off.
The 8-track is such an object of obsession for Brown that he's hoping not only to repopularize, but almost literally to resurrect it. This year he has recorded and engineered releases by two Arkansas bands -- the Crisco Kids and San Antokyo -- solely on 8-track, with plans to do the same for The Thing That Always Explodes, Magic Hassle and the Evelyns.