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Virtual: Mountain Street Stage Summer Music Series: Smokey & The Mirror
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Come join us in June for FPL's 2020 virtual Mountain Street Stage Summer Music Series. The kick-off performance will be by some of Fayetteville's most dedicated and talented musicians-Smokey & The Mirror.
Smokey & The Mirror is husband and wife duo-Bryan and Bernice Hembree. Based out of Fayetteville Arkansas, Smokey and The Mirror have toured nationally/internatioinally over the past decade. The band has supported tours for Old Crow Medicine Show, The Wood Brotherss, I'm With Her, Elephant Revival, John Fulbright, and many of their musical heroes. They tour most often as a duo, but also play as a four piece band. Whatever the configuration, the interplay of their unique voices coupled with engaging accessible songs form the foundation of Smokey & The Mirror.. It has been said that they are making some of the best folk music today, and are committed to other's music as much as their own. You will be in for a treat!.
To ensure the health and safety of all the performers and our music loving community, The Mountain Street Summer concerts will be livestreamed only. They will be available for viewing and replay via our FPL Livetream page at https://vimeo.com/faylib. So put on your dancing shoes, clap your hands, howl if you'd like, whatever you can to enjoy some great summer sounds!
For more information call the Help Desk at 479.856.7250. or email: Questions@faylib.org
June 14: Rachel B -Table for Three - A local Fayetteville band that loves to jazz it up! They'll perform a blend of classic oldies and contemporary tunes ranging from Ella Fitgerald's style r&b to bluegrass, blues, and even a bit of gospel thrown in the mix. You can frequently catch them performing at Sassafrass Winery, Jammin Java's, Mojo's and JJs.
June 21: Fayetteville Jazz Collective Sextet- Northwest Arkansas' premier jazz ensemble, featuring some of the finest jazz musicians in the area, will perform new versions of classic compositions as well as new contemporary music.
June 28: Dandelion Heart- Wild with purpose, the ladies of Dandelion Heart endeavor to create a unique Americana sound, blended from four individual songwriting styles. Expect to hear a mix of folk, blues, bluegrass, rock & indie sounds from this up and coming, hometown band.