9:30 p.m., Sticky Fingerz. $6.
KABF 88.3 FM, the local community radio station, continues its impressive run of “Radio Free Arkansas” benefit concerts with a line-up fea-turing 607
, the Easys
, Kevin Kerby
and Juggernaut Glitch. Mark Lewis, who plays guitar in the Moving Front when he's not tirelessly pro-moting KABF, organized the event and says the concert will be recorded and put on the new and improved KABF website (KABF883.com
) for download. That's especially noteworthy for fans of rapper 607 and pop-rockers the Easys, who've long talked about collaborating on an album but haven't gotten farther than the stage; their fusing of such rarely combined genres always seems to get the crowd going. Kerby is Little Rock's unflagging alt-country troubadour. Last year he put out the excellent album “The Secret Lives of All Night Radios,” and he's sure to have new material to share. DJ g-force
will man the 1s and 2s for Juggernaut Glitch, a local alt-rap group.