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The Final Countdown I’m a sentimental fool. Let me just get that out of the way. I thought The Revolutioners/Highly Suspect show was going to be my last time at my beloved Juanita’s, but I wasn’t able to quit my second home that easily. I saw it out until the end. Last week was a […]
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Ba-Dee Ba-Dee Ba-Dee… This is hard. I have all the conflicting feelings going on about this show. Monday, December 14th, marks the return of the freshly Grammy-nominated Highly Suspect to Juanita’s. Heads up, cougs, The Revolutioners are kicking off the party. Bad news: As it turns out, it’s a going away party. I’m a vocal […]
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Shinedown
The Up to Your Date! AKA: How is it already December?! Okay, so. Life’s thrown some craziness my way, and I’m digging through it all. I have stuff, though. LOTS of stuff! Photos upon photos: Sevendust, Breaking Benjamin, Shinedown, Lullwater, Butcher Babies, and Amaranthe. Also have the reviews of Sevendust/Breaking Benjamin/Shinedown and Lullwater/Butcher Babies/Amaranthe. Finishing […]
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The Darkest Night I’ve found myself checking endless news sites all night, watching the horror story unfolding in Paris, trying to get some context as to the scope of what happened at Bataclan. The Eagles of Death Metal were playing to an at-capacity crowd of 1500 people. The latest reports I read confirmed that 100+ […]
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Two Doses of Rock…and a Rant Monday, November 9, 2015, Juanita’s hosted a fantastic rock show featuring the touring bands Wayland and Framing the Red. I’m sorry you missed it.* (More on that in a bit…) Framing the Red Framing the Red kicked off the evening. I was new to the band, but I did […]
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An Impossible Anthem Lacey Sturm (ex-Flyleaf) is back, and she brought the 90’s with her. The newly-released single, “Impossible”, marks Lacey’s debut as a solo artist, after departing the hugely successful band Flyleaf in 2012. First impression of “Impossible”: It starts with a creepy, almost industrial-ish intro that Just Kidding!‘s straight into a 90’s grrl […]
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Pop Evil
Fair Play Fall Fair season is in full swing, and with the teeth-rattling rides and deep fried, well, everything, comes music. The Arkansas State Fair broke attendance records this year, while offering up a sampler platter of just about every genre imaginable. Scanning the lineups, I zeroed in on October 15th — Rock Night. The […]
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Nothing More
Smirnoff & Maracas I had a feeling Juanita’s would pack out for the Nothing More show. I was right. A veritable wall of people filled out Juanita’s as one of the current big names in modern rock got ready to take the stage. They brought English band Turbowolf, as well as The Color Morale, along […]
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Nothing More
Nothing More There was once a band from Tulsa known as Midwest Kings. I saw them open for Blue October a long, long time ago, and was blown away by the fact that they were “just” a local band at the time. Years later, one member of the band (David Cook) would go on to […]
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Theory of a Deadman
Blame Canada! Juanita’s was the place to be Sunday night, October 11th, for some after-dinner rock, courtesy of Theory of a Deadman, Shaman’s Harvest, Aranda, and Artifas. When you pull up to Juanita’s, and a crew is unloading a semi, parked behind a large tour bus, you know you’re in for a big night. The […]
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