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Anthony S. Carter

Anthony S. Carter
Hailing from the Midwest, Anthony has called Little Rock home for almost five years. He eats, breathes and sleeps music, and refuses to quit and get a real job.

Argenta is the place to be these days – especially if you like music. Hear great tunes, support local, and have a blast at KABF’s second annual Big Dam Blues Party, this Saturday, October 15, from noon to 11 p.m. Held at the Plaza in the Argenta District of North …

The amazing series Sessions at South on Main continues, with the month of October curated by local country singer/songwriter Mark Currey. Currey has played with many artists both legendary and up-and-coming throughout the mid-South. While he may be a household name to the players reading this article, the music fans …

A marine named Mac (played by Logan Marshall-Green, with a very thick mustache) returns to his hometown of Memphis from Vietnam in 1972, but doesn’t exactly get a parade and a kiss on the cheek. To make things worse, he’s expected to just go back to civilian life with his …

This September, Sessions at South on Main was curated by local show promoter and drummer fantastic Cliff Aaron. Aaron hails from central Arkansas and as good a musician as he is, it is remarkable that he didn’t start playing until his freshman year at UCA. For many reasons, Aaron was …

Graham Gordy has taken the long way around to television success as a writer, especially considering his first passion was acting. He looks back to his early childhood to pinpoint his love of the craft. “I was eight or nine when I did my first stage play and I was …

This Wednesday night at 830pm, Sessions at South on Main continues, with August curated by Chef Matt Bell. For only $10, you can see local Renaissance man Joshua Asante play a solo set. Asante is known mostly for fronting Amasa Hines, who have just returned from a summer tour. For …

The Sessions Series continues at South On Main. Year Of The Hare is the first band set to play this August (along with Sammy Williams of Midwest Caravan) and their brand of contemplative frontier folk will not disappoint. I was lucky enough to speak with songwriter and guitarist Ryan Hopper …

Now that Nikki Hill is coming to the White Water Tavern this Saturday, July 23, you never again have to wonder what a cross between the Memphis soul of Otis Redding and the English hard rock of Led Zeppelin would sound like. The Carolina girl and her band have been …

Block first saw the positive effects of music in church, and from that moment on, he wanted to be a musician. “I’ve always wanted to play in front of folks,” Block explained. “Especially seeing first-hand how music can change the dynamic of a room.” He picked up the trumpet, and …

PJ Morton has a lot in common with New Orleans, the city he was born in and in which he now lives once again. He should be a household name from his work with Maroon 5 alone but mention him to your best friend and you’ll probably come up with …

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