Picture Book: Unknown Hinson at Juanita’s, December 9

Picture Book: Unknown Hinson at Juanita’s, December 9

By Sarah Spencer

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On December 9, the reigning King of Country Western Troubadours, Unknown Hinson, had his long awaited return to Little Rock and performed at the new Juanita’s, located in the historic downtown Rivermarket District. Unknown Hinson, with his electric, alternative-country sound also debuted his brand new band to his rapidly growing and devoted fan base during his two full sets of play time. Opening for Unknown Hinson was the Arkansas-based, feel-good country band, The Salty Dogs. Read more about Picture Book: Unknown Hinson at Juanita’s, December 9

Live Review & Picture Book: Unknown Hinson @ Juanita’s, May 7

Live Review & Picture Book: Unknown Hinson @ Juanita’s, May 7

Review and photos by Sarah Spencer.

The reigning King of Country Western Troubadours, Unknown Hinson, returned to Little Rock’s Juanita’s Friday May 7 with his explosive mix of alternative country-western metal and psychobilly sound. The opening band for the evening, The Crumbs, an Arkansas based band, is an enjoyable all-stringed quintet and a true traditional bluegrass band in that there is no drummer. Their version of The Talking Heads song “Psycho Killer” was a fun crowd-pleaser and was also their only cover song of the night. The rest of their nearly one hour performance included original tunes “What Does the Deep Sea Say?,” “Ole Slew Foot” and “How Mountain Girls,” in which each artist and their instrument were¬†prominently¬†featured in a successive order. Instruments used were a fiddle, banjo, upright bass, mandolin, Dobro guitar and washboard. All members of The Crumbs sang. Read more about Live Review & Picture Book: Unknown Hinson @ Juanita’s, May 7

Unknown Hinson Will Be Live at Juanitas on May 7

Unknown Hinson Will Be Live at Juanitas on May 7

Unknown Hinson, the legendary self-proclaimed “King of Country-Western Troubadours” is scheduled to perform at Juanitas in Little Rock, Ark. on Friday, May 7. Originally created as a character for a public access television show, Unknown Hinson went from being a spoof of early 20th century country-western stars to a legitimate national touring musician. Stuart Daniel […]

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