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`70s rock legend Todd Rundgren, who as we mentioned last month will be playing in Little Rock at the Rev Room on April 19, announced this morning that he'll be making an in-store appearance at North Little Rock institution Arkansas Record-CD Exchange to celebrate Record Store Day, which falls on the 18th. He'll be there signing copies of his records that Saturday between approximately 12:30 and 2 p.m., according to the store.
Rundgren, who in addition to his solo output has produced records by Patti Smith, The Band, New York Dolls and Hall & Oates, has actually planned a three-day series of Little Rock events for his tour stop here, an itinerary he's dubbed "Rockin' Little Rock." Will he be branding each individual tour stop? It's not clear. Other scheduled events include a presentation at the Spirit of Harmony Foundation symposium Saturday night at the Clinton School of Public Service. Rundgren is apparently the president of the foundation, which aims "to provide opportunities for personal development and self-expression through the support of music and music education."