Juke joint exhibit exploring how vernacular music or rock and roll relates to what we think of Southern fiction today.
A highlight of Love More Records, its leadership, artists and plans. Artists include Baang, Pura Coco and CEO Raquel Thompson (DJ Raquel).
Hiphop has always attracted innovators and trend-setters like Mary Rowe, a performer based in Little Rock. Afroshoujo is blending classical operatic training with rap and hiphop and DIY kawaii magic.
Welcome to the Juke Joint: Tickets for Blues Legend, Hall of Famer and Two-Time GRAMMY Award winner, Bobby Rush is an up close experience. Learn more about the Juke Joint Project.
The new Arkansas Black Music Expo will celebrate African American music with local and regional performers from a variety of genres.
University of Arkansas at Little Rock assistant professor of piano Naoki Hakutani is a 2021 Steinway & Sons Teacher Hall of Fame inductee.
Northwest Arkansas is the home of many DJs and MCs. And though this pool is male-dominated, there are several inspiring ladies to be on the lookout for.