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Old Time Saturday

Live Entertainment in the Casa de Carta Room

From the Ozark Mountains to the Delta Farmland........

From Ancient Celtic ancestral Lands to the forested slopes of the Ouachitas........ Join us in a celebration of Arkansas' rich and diverse musical heritage.

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9:00 am

Ken Tillery

Well known musician Ken Tillery will be performing a selection of instrumental guitar songs in various early Southern styles. The songs selected date from the 1850's up to the early 1940's and are from both White and African American traditions.

10:00 am

Charlie & Stu

An eclectic mixture of Americana from its Folk Music roots in the Appalachians and Ozarks to more modern selections with a little Old Time Gospel and Blues thrown in for good measure.

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11:00 am

Treble in the Village

Treble in the Village began their quartet journey in 2015. They are happy to be back performing after two years of Covid. Treble achieved the Audience Choice Award at Regional Competition in 2018. They love performing for audiences and represent over 92 total years of singing Womens Barbershop Harmony. They all sing with the Top of the Rock Chorus, a chapter of Sweet Adelines International.

12:00 pm

Rev. Demond Newburn
Old Time Gospel Octet

Predominantly African American Congregational music has historically out of reach for many music lovers. Here's your chance to enjoy some of this high energy Gospel music by one of the most dynamic groups in Arkansas.

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1:00 pm

Arkansas Highlands String Band

Old time authentic mountain music is the order of the day for this set. So just pretend you're on the front porch of an old cabin in the hills many years ago, sit back, relax, tap your foot and enjoy.

2:00 pm

Ed Bowman and the Rock City Players

Old time East Arkansas Delta Blues is the rule for this set. This is the music that was a large influence on later performers such as Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley. Ed and the Rock City Players are noted in the Arkansas Blues Hall of Fame.

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3:00 pm

Voices Rising Chorus

Voices Rising is a select vocal ensemble established in 2016. Under the direction of Marc Bremer, the group sings a variety of music from patriotic, classical, broadway, to sacred and specializing in acapella numbers. The blend of talent, with each member an accomplished musician in his or her own right, provides a rich harmonic sound the gives audiences a musical experience they won't forget. Solos, duets, and quartets round out the groups' repertoire. Voices Rising presents two major concerts a year as well as numerous performances for organizations and special events such as this.

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4:00 pm

Celtic Breeze Band

Join us as we explore the historical significance of some of the songs that have made a large contribution to the rich musical culture we now enjoy. We begin with an ancient Irish hymn, pass through the Music of Kings, then into the realm of more modern Celtic and American Folk music.

6:00 pm

Jacob Flores at Grove Park

Former American Idol contestant, Jacob Flores, is an award-winning, one-man band. His music features live looping and an extremely diverse repertoire of both American and Latin-American styles. With the release of his breakthrough album titled ‘Cupid,’ Flores is solidifying his position as a stunning icon in the genres of Pop, R&B and Soul. This free event is sponsored by the HSV POA Parks and Recreation Department and Lifelong Learning Institute. Bring your friends, coolers and lawn chairs and enjoy the evening listening to amazing music. Clampit’s food truck will be on site.

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