MUSIC: One-man band has gone surf-rockin' - Arkansas Online

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MUSIC: One-man band has gone surf-rockin' - Arkansas Online MUSIC: One-man band has gone surf-rockin' - Arkansas Online Don't let the pandemic stop you from enjoying music - LancasterOnline Best Classical Music of 2020 - The New York Times MUSIC: One-man band has gone surf-rockin' - Arkansas Online Posted: 03 Dec 2020 12:08 AM PST Geoff Curran loves surf music and The Ventures. A lot. He is so besotted with this rock 'n' roll sub-genre that he formed The Supraphonics — "Pulaski County's No. 1 surf combo" — in which he is the only member. Three years ago Curran, the drummer for Little Rock alt-country champs Mulehead and a frequent collaborator with fellow Mulehead Kevin Kerby — released "Christmas with the Supraphonics," a Yuletide record of seasonal chestnuts like "Silver Bells," "Winter Wonderland" and others done up in full-on, ha

REVOLVE Home School: Question Everything! The Women of Black Mountain College by Black Mountain College Museum

REVOLVE Home School: Question Everything! The Women of Black Mountain College by Black Mountain College Museum

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This discussion, led by Kate Averett, focusses on the themes of the exhibition Question Everything! The Women of Black Mountain College (BMCM+AC, co-curated by Averett and Alice Sebrell). In this live talk hosted on Zoom, the history of the college is told through the perspective of female students, faculty, and staff. Presented by REVOLVE in partnership with Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center.

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