Roots, Rhythm and RockJune 8, 2017
In conjunction with the exhibition Roots, Rhythm and Rock-Music That Moved Fort Smith: Second Movement, 1945-1995, the Fort Smith Museum of History will present a concert featuring local musicians on Thursday, June 8, 6:00 pm at the historic Shipley Baking Company, 52 South 7th Street. The volunteer concert features Tom Ware, Lacey Schaffer-Thomas, the Pam Camp Band, Gary Hutchinson and Oreo Blue, Paper Kid, Chuck Collins and Jasper, Jerry Roller and the Good Old Boys, Terry Anderson and more. Remember the monthly calendars from Old Town? How about flyers taped to windows and stapled to telephone poles? Did you see your first real concert at Harper Stadium? Were you buying records at Elmore's? Who remembers Bee Bumble? How about the Eternal Boogie parties? Hear the musicians who made music history in Fort Smith, Arkansas and are still making history today! Admission is $15 per person. A bar pass is $10. An extra $25 will reserve a table for you and your friends. Wine, beer and food trucks will be available. Call: 479-783-7841. The exhibition will remain in place in the museum's Boyd Gallery until June 30. Learn the fascinating stories of the Music That Moved Fort Smith.
Admission: $15 per person, $10 bar pass, additional $25 to reserve a table
Event Location and Contact Information:
Shhipley Baking Company
52 South 7th Street
Fort Smith, Arkansas