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Concert: Love Holler

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Garland County Library
Auditorium
The Old-Time Roots Music Weekend presents Love Holler.

Love Holler is an old time family string band, consisting of Stacy Russell and his twin daughters Caroline and Emma. The group hails from Batesville, AR and they take their name from an area near Cushman, AR in Izard County.  Emma & Caroline's great, great, great grandparent's, the Love family, owned and lived on land in that area that was and continues to be known as "Love Holler".  Around 1915, the Love's sold the land to a mining company.  

Stacy likes to say that the group began in 2002, the year the girls were born, because he's been singing to and with them ever since!  The group was actually formed in the Fall of 2015.  With Caroline on banjo, Emma on guitar and daddy Stacy on bass, the group loves to blend their special family harmony. The will often do old time acapella ballads in the style of Jean Ritchie or Almeda Riddle.

Love Holler's first love is old time folk music, however, they also play gospel, older country music, newer folk music and some americana music.  The twins are BIG fans of the original Carter family, while their daddy especially likes the Louvin Brothers. Some newer musical influences include Anna & Elizabeth, the Avett Brothers, Forest Sun, First Aid Kit and the Lumineers.  

Love Holler can be seen playing around the Batesville area at venues such as the Main Street Farmer's Market.  They also play in the Mtn. View on the courthouse stage and are regularly scheduled performers at the Ozark Folk Center. 

Full weekend schedule available at http://www.hotsprings.org/events/event/2827/
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Concert: The Ozark Highballers

2:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Garland County Library
Auditorium

Authentic Ozark music at its best. The Ozark Highballers reach deep into regional traditions to offer an entertaining program that includes dance tunes, ballads, and humor.

The Ozark Highballers perform at the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History in Springdale, AR. Clarke Buehling (banjo), Seth Shumate (harmonica), Roy Pilgrim (fiddle), and Aviva Steigmeyer (guitar).


Full weekend schedule available at http://www.hotsprings.org/events/event/2827/
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