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  • '''Houck Music Company''' (also known as the '''O. K. Houck Piano Company''') was an early The site of Houck Music would later be occupied by [[Allsopp and Chapple Bookstore]] and the [[Gus
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  • '''Busch Music Co.''' sold pianos at 716 Main Street in 1952.
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  • '''Morrissey Music Co.''' occupied frontage at 109 Main Street in 1952.
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  • [[Image:Hollenberg-music.jpg|thumb|300px|Hollenberg Music Company.]] ...was established by [[H. G. Hollenberg]] in 1853 as the Great Southwestern Music House of Memphis, Tennessee, and Little Rock, Arkansas. The presidency of t
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  • '''Rosen Music''' was located at 716 Main Street in downtown [[Little Rock]], Arkansas, in [[Category:Music]]
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  • ...dreamed up the "Bill Clinton Collection," a CD full of Clinton's favorite music made available at Little Rock's [[Clinton Museum Store]] and on the store's
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  • ...high school Moses worked at the family business, [[Moses Melody Shop]], a music and electronics store located on Main Street in downtown Little Rock. Moses
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  • ...Pequot Tribal Nation museum in Connecticut, the Oklahoma City Civic Center Music Hall, and the College Point, Queens, ''New York Times'' printing plant. In
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  • ...and. Bono's handwritten lyrics to the song are on exhibit in the [[Library Music Room]] designed by [[Kaki Hockersmith]].
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  • ...9 to direct orchestral studies at the University of North Texas College of Music in Denton, Texas.
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  • ...on November 16, 2004, with the Arkansas Symphony at the [[Robinson Center Music Hall]]. Ticket prices for the concert ranged from $115 to $300.
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  • ...ompact disc, which contains a selection of the former president's favorite music. On the disc are "My One and Only Love" by John Coltrane, "Harlem Nocturne
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  • ...ifficulties prohibited professional organization. Only through the help of music-loving supporters the ASO finally incorporated in the 1960s. Until today, t ...sizing its popularity and high quality. Among them are the Robinson Center Music Hall in 1973, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in 1976 an
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  • [[Category:Music]]
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  • ...60, he made thirty-three films which were mostly poorly-made musicals. His music was not limited to rock, as he crossed into country, blues, and gospel genr [[Category:Music]][[Category:Clinton Library]]
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  • *Restaurants and Music ([[Andina Café and Coffee Roastery]], [[Ashley's]], [[Boscos]], [[Boulevar
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  • ...pelbaum. The upper level features the Life in the White House exhibit, the Music Room, a temporary exhibit room, and a scale model of the [[Oval Office]] pa
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  • ...icipants can sample locally-brewed beer. The festivities also include live music from local bands.
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  • The upper level features the [[Life in the White House exhibit]], the [[Music Room]], a temporary exhibit room, and a scale model of the [[Oval Office]]
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  • The 2005-2006 [[Arkansas Symphony Orchestra]]'s chamber music series took place in the Great Hall. The five Tuesday "River Rhapsodies" co *Eric E. Harrison, "Clinton Center Set to Host 5 Concerts of Chamber Music," ''Arkansas Democrat-Gazette,'' August 17, 2005.
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  • ...le Rock River Market District]]. The British-themed club features acoustic music on Wednesdays from 7 PM to 10 PM. Karaoke night is Thursday beginning at 7
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  • '''Sticky Fingerz''' is a restaurant and live music venue in downtown Little Rock. ...ring both local musicians and others from around the country. The genre of music playing ranges from bluegrass to hip-hop to Guns & Roses tributes to ensure
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  • ...st $12 for adults, $11 for seniors, and $7 for children. Gospel and praise music cruises are $24.95 for adults and $17.95 for children. Dixieland dinner/dan ...il to October the center features the [[Salty Parrot]] restaurant and live music by the [[Riverboat Ramblers]]. The Maritime Center is also host to the [[US
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  • ...of the [[Little Rock River Market District]]. The nightclub features live music on the weekends, 75 beers on tap, and 134 bottled beers. Flying Saucer is l
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  • ...fer International]] headquarters building next door. The shop sells books, music, and fair trade products. The gift shop is open on Monday through Friday fr
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  • [[Category:Music]]
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  • ...and Second Language Studies, Arkansas International Center, Department of Music, Department of Philosophy and Liberal Studies, Department of Political Scie
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  • ...hes the basic school curriculum with special attention to the visual arts, music, drama, and creative movement.
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  • Brooks Caruthers does much original music for productions.
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  • ...a of live music. Containing three musical stages, the Brickhouse has local music artists several nights a week, with some more well known musicians stopping *Wednesday - Steak Night/Acoustic Music
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  • [[Category:Music]]
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  • '''Max''' is a record label dedicated to the [[Little Rock]], Arkansas, music scene. [[Category:Music]]
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  • ...wncraft''' is a 2007 documentary film about the [[Little Rock]], Arkansas, music scene. [[Category:Music]]
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  • ...enberg, Delony, and Davidson]]. He is architect of the [[Robinson Center]] Music Hall, the [[Grady Manning Hotel]], the [[First Commercial Bank]] tower, bui
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  • ..., Arkansas and later went on to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music and Theater from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. Wood continued
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  • [[Category:Music]]
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  • '''Riverfest''' is an annual music, arts and food festival held on Memorial Day in [[Julius Breckling Riverfro
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  • ...eatures a Little Rock Talks Series with nationally-recognized directors, a music video contest, and "pitch sessions" for aspiring filmmakers. The festival w ...ard, Best Short Film Award, Charles B. Pierce Filming Arkansas Award, Best Music Video Award, and Lifetime Achievement Award. The winners are posted on the
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  • '''Vino's Brewpub''' is a restaurant and alternative music venue in downtown [[Little Rock]], Arkansas. Known locally for its personal ...-an overall beneficial move as it has become an integral part of the local music scene of Central Arkansas.
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  • Many music events occurred at Barton Coliseum before the completion of ALLTEL Arena in
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  • ...lunch and dinner, imported Irish beers, as well as Irish dancing and live music. The name Cregeen is Gaelic for "Little Rock."
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  • [[Category:Live Music]]
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  • The '''Jazzlights in the Park''' music festival takes place each year at [[Riverfest Amphitheater]] in the [[River [[Category:Live music]]
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  • '''Moses Melody Shop''' was a music and electronics store located at 303 and 311 Main Street in downtown Little ...s on radio station [[KALO]]. [[The Lost Souls]] garage band performed live music in the store in the 1960s.
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  • '''Alfred Moses''' was owner of [[Moses Melody Shop]], a music and electronics store located on Main Street in downtown Little Rock. Moses
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  • ...oses Sr.''' was manager of [[Moses Melody Shop]] in the 1960s and 1970s, a music and electronics store located on Main Street in downtown Little Rock. Moses
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  • '''RiverTop Party''' are Friday night dance parties with live music hosted by the [[Peabody Hotel]] in Little Rock. The parties take place on t
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  • The '''Quapaw Quartet''' is a chamber music group of the [[Arkansas Symphony Orchestra]]. The Quapaw Quartet was formed
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  • [[Category:Music]]
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  • ...Building for Children and Youth]] and the [[Martha Lynn and Felix Thompson Music Suite]].
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  • '''Discount Records''' was an independent music store in Little Rock, Arkansas, located at the corner of Twelfth and Elm st ...concert tickets. The store's promotional tagline was "A better idea to get music to the people."
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  • ...rts is juxtaposed against roving armed gangs, fist-fighting youth, and rap music.
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  • '''Juanita's Cafe and Bar''' is a Mexican restaurant and live music venue in [[Little Rock]], Arkansas. ...ita's at their trailer before the show. We introduced ourselves and talked music for a while, and we even got to carry in a few of their guitars. This may n
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  • '''Houck Music Company''' (also known as the '''O. K. Houck Piano Company''') was an early The site of Houck Music would later be occupied by [[Allsopp and Chapple Bookstore]] and the [[Gus
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  • '''Busch Music Co.''' sold pianos at 716 Main Street in 1952.
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  • '''Morrissey Music Co.''' occupied frontage at 109 Main Street in 1952.
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  • '''Homer Hess''' was a music teacher with studio at 321 1/2 Main Street in 1952.
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  • '''Peaches Records and Tapes''' is a former independent music store located in the defunct [[Juroy Theatre]] on Pike Avenue in North Litt
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  • ...ter of arts, master of business administration, master of music, master of music education, master of science in education, master of science in nursing, an
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  • ...to comedies, to musicals. Some of their past shows include ''The Sound of Music'' and ''Grease''.
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  • [[Category:Music]]
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  • ...and 13 million customers for its cell phone, wireless internet, streaming music, and other data services. The company generated $8.8 billion in revenue in
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  • [[Image:Hollenberg-music.jpg|thumb|300px|Hollenberg Music Company.]] ...was established by [[H. G. Hollenberg]] in 1853 as the Great Southwestern Music House of Memphis, Tennessee, and Little Rock, Arkansas. The presidency of t
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  • *[[Hendrix Department of Music|Department of Music]]
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  • ...blish St. Mary's Convent in Little Rock in 1850. The convent had a chapel, music room, and a drawing and reception room by 1881.
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  • ...cation. The college also offers 22 bachelor's degrees which include church music, youth ministry, and bible studies with emphases in missions, pastoral stud
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  • Toad Suck festival-goers enjoy live events - including music and dance performances - carnival rides, and food vendors. Favorite festiva
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  • *Notes on Music - Ray Moore
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  • *The Sound of Music
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  • Woodruff broadcast local piano music, singing groups, and sermons irregularly on Tuesday and Friday evenings. Th
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  • ...sh food - including sausages, cabbage rolls, beer, and pierogi - and polka music. In the springtime the community sometimes throws a mock Polish wedding. Lo
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  • ...tory. The current archivist is [[Jimmy Bryant]]. Torreyson also contains a Music Resource Room and Night Owl Study Room (open from midnight to 7 AM). The li
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  • *[[UCA Department of Music|Department of Music]]
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  • *[[UALR Department of Music]]
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  • *[[Jacquelyn Lamar]] (Music)
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  • [[Category:Music]]
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  • '''E & M Recording Company''' was a music studio in [[Little Rock]], Arkansas, in the 1960s. [[Category:Music]]
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  • ...ie Tourel at the Julliard School of Music where she received a bachelor of music degree. Hendricks began performing with the San Francisco Opera in 1974. Sh
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  • [[Category:Music]]
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  • ...tion in [[Little Rock]], Arkansas. The station sponsored a local punk rock music show called "Adios Amerika."
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  • '''KLRE Classical 90.5''' is a Classical music format radio station on the campus of the [[University of Arkansas at Littl
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  • '''KKZR 93.3 FM''' is a rock music station in [[Bryant]], Arkansas.
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  • ...]], Arkansas. The AM station broadcasts news. The FM station plays country music.
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  • '''KVLO 102.9 FM''' (also known as '''K Love''') is a gospel music station in [[Cabot]], Arkansas. The station was formerly known as soft adul
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  • '''KMTL 760 AM''' is a gospel music station in [[Sherwood]], Arkansas. The tag line of the station is "Welcome
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  • '''KITA 1440 AM''' is a gospel music radio station located in [[Little Rock]], Arkansas.
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  • '''KPZK 1250 AM''' is a gospel music station in [[Little Rock]], Arkansas. The tag line for the station is "Rejo
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  • ...Joshua Ministries & Community Development Corp. The station slogan is "the music you want, and the truth you need."
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  • *[[UCA Department of Music|Department of Music]]
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  • The '''Little Rock Sound''' of pop music since the 1960s was defined by [[The Romans]], [[The Coachmen]], and [[The [[Category:Music]]
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  • [[Category:Music]]
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  • '''Rosen Music''' was located at 716 Main Street in downtown [[Little Rock]], Arkansas, in [[Category:Music]]
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  • [[Category:Music]]
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  • ...hed by his father, [[H. G. Hollenberg]], in 1853 as the Great Southwestern Music House of Memphis, Tennessee, and Little Rock, Arkansas. The presidency of t
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  • ...all]] on the campus of the [[University of Central Arkansas]]. The current music director and conductor is [[Israel Getzov]]. The general manager of the orc [[Category:Music]]
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  • ...er 18 - 3:00-4:00 pm - '''Soapbox''' - Ron Walter, "Why It's Okay to Steal Music and Movies Online: An Artist's Defense" & Joey Baker, "Planking, Teapotting
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