300 President Clinton Ave. Little Rock, AR

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Tue, 09-02-14

LATIN NIGHT!

Opening Act:
NONE

Show Time: 7:00 pm

Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$5 over 21 $7 under 21

18 + Ticket Price: $5 over 21 $7 under 21 Come on down and Dance your Night Away with Revolution’s weekly LATIN NIGHT! $2 Corona and $2 Tequila Bombs will certainly get you in the mood for the sultry dancing styles of Salsa, Cumbia, Merengue, Bachata, and more! Doors open at 7pm, Dance Lessons begin around 730

Fri, 09-05-14

BURNING ADDISON

Opening Act:
VAIL / ENCHIRIDION / LEGIONS AWAIT

Show Time: 9:00 pm

Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$7

Burning Addison are Modern Rock with a metal twist accented by atmospheric guitar work and occasional grooving riffs. They have a wide set of influences from technical progressive metal to mainstream hard rock bands who aim to create music technical enough to satisfy themselves as musicians yet still be enjoyed by everyone.

Sat, 09-06-14

Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$5/$7

Mon, 09-08-14

FULL OF HELL

Opening Act:
NOISEM / OZARK SHAMAN

Show Time: 9:00 pm

Age:
All Ages

Ticket Price:
$7

Tue, 09-09-14

LATIN NIGHT!

Opening Act:
NONE

Show Time: 7:00 pm

Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$5 over 21 $7 under 21

18 + Ticket Price: $5 over 21 $7 under 21 Come on down and Dance your Night Away with Revolution’s weekly LATIN NIGHT! $2 Corona and $2 Tequila Bombs will certainly get you in the mood for the sultry dancing styles of Salsa, Cumbia, Merengue, Bachata, and more! Doors open at 7pm, Dance Lessons begin around 730

Fri, 09-12-14

Buy Tickets >>

Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$10 or FREE w/EC ticket s

For John and TJ Osborne, getting into music was unavoidable. Growing up in the water town of Deale, Maryland, their close-nit- family of seven spent most nights not in front of the television, but writing and playing songs. The Brothers’ father had a shed behind their home that he used for small performances for friends and family. John and TJ could be caught listening in on their father’s playing or fetching beers for pocket change. Later their father would convert that shed into a home studio where their parents would write and record songs. As the brothers aged, they formed a band with their ever eclectic father named “Deuce & a Quarter.” The band played cover songs from Lynyrd Skynyrd to Dwight Yoakem to Merle Haggard to Bob Seger. They performed at local venues in the town, but it was here that the Brothers got the taste for performing live. John (guitar) moved to Nashville first to play in other bands. Two years later, TJ (vocals/guitar) moved to Nashville. It was then they formed Brothers Osborne and began playing as many writer rounds as they could. In April 2011, Warner Chappell/King Pen Music offered them a publishing deal. A year later, Capitol Records offered them a record deal. The Brothers Osborne are currently in the studio finishing their debut album, an album they describe as “aggressive, bold and fragile at times.”

Mon, 09-15-14

SHABAZZ PALACES

Opening Act:
TBA

Show Time: 9:30 pm

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Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$10 adv $13 day of show

Hot on the heels of their latest SubPop release Lese Majesty (Available July 29), experimental hiphop collective Shabazz Palaces will perform at Rev Room (300 President Clinton Ave) in Little Rock, Arkansas, on Monday September 15. Formed in 2009, Seattle’s Shabazz Palaces features Palaceer Lazaro (aka “Butterfly” of Digable Planets) and Tendai “Baba” Maraire. In a glowing review of the new record, Pitchfork’s Craig Jenkins says “this is a call to arms for hip-hop’s creative fringe to snatch the reins from a power structure more interested in self- preservation than the advancement of the culture”. In a live setting, the duo are known to leave the crowds sweaty and exhilerated.

Tue, 09-16-14

LATIN NIGHT!

Opening Act:
NONE

Show Time: 7:00 pm

Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$5 over 21 $7 under 21

18 + Ticket Price: $5 over 21 $7 under 21 Come on down and Dance your Night Away with Revolution’s weekly LATIN NIGHT! $2 Corona and $2 Tequila Bombs will certainly get you in the mood for the sultry dancing styles of Salsa, Cumbia, Merengue, Bachata, and more! Doors open at 7pm, Dance Lessons begin around 730

Sat, 09-20-14

CHERUB

Opening Act:
GHOST BEACH / GIBBZ

Show Time: 9:00 pm

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Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$15 advance $18 day of sh

Cherub is a sexy electro-pop duo that is the dance love-child of 80’s funk, and pop-music from the future. The members of Cherub, Jordan Kelley and Jason Huber, share a love for honest original music and vibrant live performance, with a common goal to share a whole lot of love with people across the globe. If you like: BoomBox, Paper Diamond, Big Gigantic, Papadosio

Tue, 09-23-14

LATIN NIGHT!

Opening Act:
NONE

Show Time: 7:00 pm

Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$5 over 21 $7 under 21

18 + Ticket Price: $5 over 21 $7 under 21 Come on down and Dance your Night Away with Revolution’s weekly LATIN NIGHT! $2 Corona and $2 Tequila Bombs will certainly get you in the mood for the sultry dancing styles of Salsa, Cumbia, Merengue, Bachata, and more! Doors open at 7pm, Dance Lessons begin around 730

Wed, 09-24-14

ANDY MCKEE

Opening Act:

Show Time: 8:30 pm

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Age:
All Ages

Ticket Price:
$20 adv $25 day of show

Andy McKee is one of the world’s finest acoustic soloists. After receiving hundreds of millions of views collectively on the internet for his guitar performance videos which were originally posted on YouTube by the independent record label “Candyrat”, Andy’s success is a testament to the changing nature of the music industry as well as people’s desire for something new and interesting to listen to. At one point, Andy held the #1, #2 and #3 positions for Top-Rated Videos of All Time on the hugely popular website. His videos are still among the highest rated on Youtube. Consequently, Andy has performed to sold out shows all over the world. While there are countless amazing guitar players in the world, it is Andy’s attention to song structure and melodic content that elevates him above the typical guitarist. It can be observed that Andy likes to try different things with the guitar such as; altered tunings, partial capos, percussive hits, and tapping. But in the hands of Andy these are not mere parlor tricks, they are compositional tools used to create some of the finest crafted music for the steel string acoustic guitar.

Tue, 09-30-14

LATIN NIGHT!

Opening Act:
NONE

Show Time: 7:00 pm

Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$5 over 21 $7 under 21

18 + Ticket Price: $5 over 21 $7 under 21 Come on down and Dance your Night Away with Revolution’s weekly LATIN NIGHT! $2 Corona and $2 Tequila Bombs will certainly get you in the mood for the sultry dancing styles of Salsa, Cumbia, Merengue, Bachata, and more! Doors open at 7pm, Dance Lessons begin around 730

Thu, 10-02-14

BAND OF HEATHENS

Opening Act:
CHARLIE MARS

Show Time: 9:00 pm

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Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$10 adv $13 day of show

The Band of Heathens is constantly being compared to The Band because of the musical finesse that overlays the group’s timeless, rootsy core. But TBoH has reached so many fans so fast because of the echoes of and subtle homage to so many different artists at the core of the Americana canon, including Tom Petty, Tony Joe White, the Grateful Dead, Leon Russell, George Harrison, and others. These guys are the real deal! If you like: Hayes Carll, The Band, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Reckless Kelly

Sat, 10-04-14

THE DAVE MATTHEWS TRIBUTE BAND

Opening Act:

Show Time: 8:30 pm

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Age:
All Ages

Ticket Price:
$10 adv $12 day of show

Who doesn't have a fave Dave Matthews Band song? And who doesn't dig a good tribute band now and then? We bring you the best of both, and you can hear all your favorite DMB hits courtesy of this highly talented group of performers from Chattanooga.

Sun, 10-12-14

NOT YOUR AMERICAN IDOLS TOUR feat. FOR ALL THOSE SLEEPING and CAPTURE THE CROWN

Opening Act:
ICE NINE KILLS / YOUTH IN REVOLT / MYKA, RELOCATE / PALISADES

Show Time: 8:00 pm

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Age:
All Ages

Ticket Price:
$13 adv $15 day of show

Wed, 10-15-14

BIG GIGANTIC

Opening Act:
MANIC FOCUS

Show Time: 8:30 pm

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Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$23 adv $25 day of show

BIG GIGANTIC, whose blend of mind- bending beats, thunderous bass, and frenetic melodies has developed a rabid following since forming in 2008, playing to sold out festival and venue crowds wherever they go. We are ecstatic to have them back at the Rev Room tonight after a two year absence. Tickets available online this Saturday (Aug 23) at noon. We urge you to get yours ASAP because this show will sell out! If you like: STS9, Paper Diamond, Break Science, Bassnectar

Fri, 10-17-14

An Evening with THE CHRIS ROBINSON BROTHERHOOD

Opening Act:
NONE

Show Time: 9:30 pm

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Age:
All Ages

Ticket Price:
$20 adv

On April 29th, The Chris Robinson Brotherhood returns from gathering the ineffable with Phosphorescent Harvest, their third long playing album for Silver Arrow Records. Having first unshackled the air with Big Moon Ritual (June 1012) and the Magic Door (September 2012), the band –Robinson (Lead vocals, guitar), Neal Casal (guitar, vocals), Adam Macdougall (keys, vocals), George Sluppick (drums), and Mark Dutton (bass, vocals) -trucked the realms relentlessly, including a 118-show stretch that never failed to illuminate blank nights to just this side of clarity. Late 2013 saw the fruits of that labor forever captured in the proverbial amber by legendary tape priestess, Betty Cantor-Jackson (Grateful Dead), on the eight-sided limited- edition vinyl release Betty’s S.F. Blends Volume 1, which documented a glorious five night run at San Francisco’s famed Great American Music Hall. Momentarily content with dusting the globe and turning the sun out at its scattered dances, the Brotherhood reconvened with producer Thom Monahan (Vetiver, Devendra Banhart, Papercuts) to materialize a new set of sounds unseen to lean on ceilings, a music of the spheres not content to just envelop rafters. The writing partnership and dialogue between Robinson and Casal has never been as closely woven as it is on Phosphorescent Harvest, almost akin to the conversation you hear murmuring out of the mouths of the moon and the stars as they glide the celestial track. This isn’t a range they ride alone though, and as strong as the songwriting gets does too the rest of the band’s willingness to seek company in chaos’ warm embrace, discovering that in familiar forms there can glow a vastness. Phosphorescent Harvest features ten new songs that build on the California group’s impressively growing repertoire by combining the direct and immediate songwriting Robinson has long been known for with an expansive sense of space and texture that has never been so fully realized until now. In an age when so many put their beliefs in trends, the volumes have all collapsed and rooms are filled with tiny rock and dampened lamps, the Chris Robinson Brotherhood rolls on to sharpen the blur at your brow and wind like smoke through your mind.

Sat, 10-18-14

BOOM KINETIC

Opening Act:

Show Time: 9:30 pm

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Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$10

Fayetteville’s #1 party band returns to the Rev Room tonight with a huge mix of hits from the past few decades and today that you know and love. Come early and bring a friend to this always packed house of fun loving folks!

Thu, 10-23-14

Nahko and Medicine for the People

Opening Act:
TBA

Show Time: 8:30 pm

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Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$15 adv $17 day of show

Oregon-native Nahko, born a mix of Apache, Puerto Rican, and Filipino cultures and adopted into an American family, suffered an identity crisis from an early age. But the unifying power of music entered his life as a healing remedy, when he took up the piano at age six. Armed with his newfound talent, he set out to bridge the cultural gaps dividing his own psyche and began producing a public, musical journal of his journey toward personal, spiritual, and communal healing. From his hometown of Portland to the shores of Hawaii or Bali, wherever he has traveled, Nahko is joined by a tribe of culturally alienated truth seekers for whom Nahko’s story resonates with their own, and who find redemption in his voice, guitar, flute, and drum. Whether solo or with the dynamic group of musical troubadours known as “Medicine for the People,” Nahko delivers a soulful dose of curative vibrations that moves audiences to dance, laugh, and cry. His ‘spirited redemption music’ lays bear the scars of cultural wounds, environmental wrongs, and social injustices. His lyrics bear the burden of heavy messages, but the load is lightened by agile melodies and driving rhythms that coerce all who bear witness into spirited, purifying, movement. His humor disarms, and his lyrical stories open listeners to the power of “Real Talk Music”—songs that reveal an honesty and depth so raw, it inspires an internal revival that echoes out into the world. Sometimes exuberant, sometimes savage, but always transformational, Nahko makes the movement move.

Fri, 10-24-14

RECKLESS KELLY

Opening Act:
ERIK DYLAN

Show Time: 9:00 pm

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Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$15 adv $18 day of show

Austin’s own, Reckless Kelly, whose name was inspired by Australian bank robber Ned Kelly, return with their 8th studio album, “Long Night Moon” which released September 3, 2013. The album is the follow-up to 2011's Grammy Nominated “Good Luck & True Love”, which took home four Lone Star Music Awards, and sent three singles to #1 on Texas Radio. Honest, original and constantly evolving, Reckless Kelly is known for their explosive live shows and a passion for making albums of substance. Band members Willy & Cody Braun are, interestingly enough, older brothers to Mickey & The Motorcars frontmen Micky and Gary Braun. If you like: Jason Boland & the Stragglers, Stoney LaRue, Randy Rogers Band, Turnpike Troubadours

Fri, 10-31-14

J RODDY WALSTON & THE BUSINESS

Opening Act:
FLY GOLDEN EAGLE

Show Time: 8:30 pm

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Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$12 adv $15 day of show

J RODDY WALSTON & THE BUSINESS is a Maryland - based band that is no stranger to central Arkansas audiences delighting many in this area with their highly energetic shows. We are thrilled to have them back in town tonight! If you like: The Weeks, The Brightlight Social Hour, Delta Spirit, The Whigs

Tue, 11-04-14

MOON TAXI

Opening Act:

Show Time: 8:30 pm

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Age:
18 +

Ticket Price:
$15

For the members of Moon Taxi, their third album, Mountains Beaches Cities, represents the idea of exploration – searching both the world and themselves for new experiences. The Nashville rock group, who had honed in on a notably compelling aesthetic with their previous album Cabaret, focused on extending the sonic landscape they’d created in earlier recordings, but this time around they amp up the speed and turn up the volume – creating an overall bigger sound. The album was self-produced by Moon Taxi’s own guitarist Spencer Thomson with the help of keyboardist Wes Bailey and was mixed by Vance Powell (Jack White, The Dead Weather) and mastered by Greg Calbi (Talking Heads, Paul Simon, Fleet Foxes). “One thing we didn’t want to do was stray too far from what we did before,” Wes says. “We really knew that things for the band had shifted in a good direction and we were growing because of our last record. We wanted to continue the energy we created from that record.” “Like Cabaret, this project started with rough demos that slowly evolved into a statement from not just the initial songwriter, but evolved into a representation of what each of us individually have experienced in this band and how we’ve grown over the years as players,” Tyler adds. The band, which was founded in 2006, toured extensively in support of Cabaret, appearing at Bonnaroo, Forecastle, and Lollapalooza. Additionally, they have opened for such artists as Matisyahu, Dr. John, and Dirty Heads, and ended 2012 selling out multiple theaters on their own. While on the road, the musicians began to stockpile song ideas and demos, inspired by the trials and tribulations of traveling around the country to play shows. In early 2013, the band went into the studio to begin recording Mountains Beaches Cities with these touring experiences in mind. Much of the recording was done in Spencer’s apartment with only a few days of drum and bass riffs laid down in Nashville’s Sony Tree studio. Although Mountains Beaches Cities feels like an extension of Cabaret’s aesthetic, the new album is explorative, and its lyrics recount a new narrative for the musicians. Each song on the album, and even the album title, generates its own story and imagery, but all come back to that idea of exploration and searching. “Beaches,” a surging, borderline experimental track Spencer calls “risky and ambitious” transports the listener with its haunting, emotive melody while jangling acoustic song “Young Journey” encapsulates the eye-opening experience of travel. “Morocco,” a propulsive, hooky track about a place none of the musicians have ever been, seeks adventure in the idea of going abroad. The album as a whole is grandiose and invigorating, each track revealing a new chapter in the LP’s overall story. This record, in particular, is important for Moon Taxi, who has been known in the past for its boisterous live appearances, but with Mountains Beaches Cities, it highlights the nearly perfected balance between the recorded material and how it translates to a live stage. “We made a conscious effort with the last record to write meaningful songs and produce them in an exciting way,” Trevor says. “That is still the ultimate goal. We strive to produce something that will outlast us as a band. I can see this record reaching an even broader range of people because the song themes are universal. ”The sound of Moon Taxi pulls from the many different facets and interests of its members. Trevor, who got his start in music playing trumpet in school, is driven by his love for reading, cooking and yoga; while Tyler, who spent his younger years jamming on a drum kit with friends, is driven by an immense appreciation and knowledge of pop culture. Spencer, who used to record himself in his parents garage, has transformed his knowledge of film into producing videos for Moon Taxi’s music. Wes, meanwhile, developed his musical process from classical composers like Mozart and spends his time on tour searching for golf courses while Tommy spends his free time going to concerts and carefully following Nashville’s local music scene. “I think the exploration aspect of the album came from trying to understand and explore ourselves,” Tommy says. “Personally and musically. As we get older we tend to know ourselves better, but there is always more to understand. You try new things, but continue some of the good habits you’ve learned. As we explored our music, we learned more about ourselves and matured as a band. I think it’s a concept that won’t stop at this record, but will carry on to our live shows and other records down the road.” If you like: The Dirty Guv'nahs, The Revivalists, Umphrey's McGee, moe.