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Performance Arts

The Irie Lions

The Irie Lions are a 6 piece reggae band based in Fayetteville, Arkansas. At times boasting a 9 to 10 piece group with a full horn section, the soundscape of this group quickly becomes a rich and full setting for the ears. With smooth vocals, bodacious hooks, catchy melodies, and funky grooves, The Irie Lions prove to bring originality and good vibes to any stage. .

Cliff & Susan

Cliff & Susan are a married international touring duo armed with a piano, fiddle, and guitar-based in Little Rock, Arkansas. Their high-energy, all-request, interactive show keeps crowds entertained in venues worldwide. With over 1,000 songs in their arsenal, they bring a great mix of Country, Blues, Rock, Pop, and Oldies to crowds of all ages. The duo released their debut single, Drivin’ Me Crazy on April 11, 2020. Singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Cliff Prowse has been producing his own music and other artists for over a decade and performed and recorded in Nashville, TN. Singer, songwriter, and pianist, Susan Erwin Prowse has launched a successful music career now for two decades with 2 albums released out of Nashville. Susan has been performing primarily in high-energy international piano bars since 2003. Cliff joined her in 2016 and they tour with over 200 dates a year! A typical tour year includes Arkansas, Santa Barbara, Vegas, Amsterdam, Norway, St. Maarten (Caribbean), cruise ships, and more!

Rodney Block

The Rodney Block collective is a quartet led by Arkansas native Rodney Block. A staple of the local jazz and funk scene, The Rodney Block Collective are mainstays at the Little Rock River Market’s Jazz in the Park each April and September, as well as featured players in clubs and venues around central Arkansas.

Arkansas Circus Arts

Arkansas Circus Arts is a full-service studio and performance art group from Maumelle, Arkansas. Their roster of professionally trained, interactive, and experienced performers delight audiences with performance art in the forms of aerialists, fire performers, hula hoopers, acrobats, stilt walkers, jugglers, LED performers, and more. This act creates a centerpiece for the event that will mesmerize people of all ages.

Blane Howard

Arkansas native Blane Howard is putting his own personal stamp on the Nashville music industry. The singer-songwriter’s latest single, “All Those Empties,” written with RickHuckaby, (“Beer with Jesus,” “Muddy Water”), is a great summer feel-good tune.  Howard’s biggest success to date comes from a song he wrote as a wedding gift for his wife, Megan.

Bree Ogden

Arkansas CMA 2019 Young Artist of the Year, Bree Ogden is a Country singer/songwriter with fiery red hair, a charming Southern drawl, and a firecracker on stage. Her desire to pursue a music career is rooted in her upbringing listening to country music from an early age.

Bree Ogden was named “2019 YOUNG ARTIST OF THE YEAR” for the Arkansas CMAs!

Bree’s debut album  “Untamed” released October 2017 and is available on iTunes, Amazon, Music, Youtube and Spotify.

New single “Months Now” released January 11, 2020!


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