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Stones' alternate BBC tapes a new way to listen to them

For all the outward swagger the Rolling Stones projected, there were certain situations that could intimidate even England's bad boys of rock 'n' roll.

MUSIC REVIEW: Two choral groups aid symphony's holiday fare

Minimal theatrics in the first performance of the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra's Home for the Holidays concert highlighted upbeat musical presentations by the orchestra and the two choral groups that accompanied it.

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Arkansas singer Rosetta Tharpe to join rock hall of fame

The "godmother of rock 'n' roll" has made her way to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

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Events are free unless otherwise noted.

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B-52s' singer makes Change, goes solo at Sticky's

Mike Hosty will perform at 8:30 p.m. today at Stickyz Rock 'N' Roll Chicken Shack in Little Rock. Admission is free.

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ASO's 'Holidays' concert a musical conglomeration

This year's "Home for the Holidays" concert by the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra will feature a variety of musical selections -- cozy Christmas favorites, classical tunes and a medley of Hanukkah songs.

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Idol winner Allen returns with Christmas concert

"What is today," singer asks Kris Allen with a laugh earlier this month while traveling to a gig Hartford, Conn. "It's all blurring together."

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Kerby shares his wisdom on delectable Deserter

A Kevin Kerby

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Bob Boyd Sounds brings Christmas show to LR

The Bob Boyd Sounds performs at 8 p.m. Friday in Little Rock's Ron Robinson Theater. The show is part of the Butler Center for Arkansas Studies' Arkansas Sounds series. Admission is free.

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U2's Experience embraces band's sound

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Nashville rockers Bully coming to Chicken Shack

On "Kills to Be Resistant," the searing second track on Bully's new album, Losing, singer-guitarist Alicia Bognanno unleashes a furious, vocal-cord-scraping yell -- "Do you! Feel! Nothiiiiinnnnnggg!!!!!"