March 5, 2013 (Tuesday)
One of Nashville’s premiere bands, The Kingston Springs incorporate “bass-heavy blues (think Black Keys, sans polish, gone South) surf rock and folksy Americana”…as said by Paste Magazine (#2 on the Top 12 Tennessee Bands You Should See – Paste Magazine). From the stages of Lollapalooza, SXSW, Austin City Limits, and many more, no stage is too big or too small for these guys, and now they bring it all to Bear’s Den Pizza! These guys are blowing up, be here to be a part of this energy!
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Feburary 5, 2013 (Tuesday)
With one of the most incredible voices to ever hit an Arkansas stage, Little Rock’s Adam Faucett brings his “rock folk soul…brotha” to Bear’s Den Pizza! Having been featured on such popular plateaus as Daytrotter & Americansongwriter.com, you’re truly doing yourself a disservice to not see this show!
“Hands down, one of the greatest, most thoughtful lyricists the state has to offer certainly one of the most respected songsmiths around. Adam Faucett manages to get under your ribs, effortlessly.” – Arkansas Times
March 2, 2013 (Saturday)
Conway rockers, This Holy House, make their return to Bear’s Den Pizza! With tunes that could be described as Americana, Indie, and Rock, with a little Folk and southern influence. The music ranges from ambient, sombre ballads, to high-energy foot-stomping anthems. There’s always one definite when THH comes to BDP….and they never disappoint. A must see show.
April 2, 2013 (Tuesday)
From a concrete monolithic dome on a dirt road in the middle of Goshen, Arkansas, Bradley Hathaway brings his folk inspired indie rock to BDP! Don’t be mislead with the folk tag, when it’s time to get down….these guys aren’t afraid the throw a spine tingling, goosebump inducing guitar solo your way and blow everybody’s faces off!