Wrap Up Your Weekend with the Sounds of Still on the Hill
Still on the Hill is a national and international touring group from Arkansas that has been described as “Ambassadors of the Ozarks” for the work they do to preserve a rich culture that is quickly disappearing.
Still on the Hill has proved itself a favorite at many prestigious festivals and venues here and abroad, including the Kerrville Folk Festival, Philadelphia Folk Festival, The Walnut Valley Bluegrass Festival in Winfield, Kansas, and countless others. Their own region has placed them the Hall of Fame for the “Best Folk Band” in the Ozarks, and the mayor of their town, Fayetteville, Arkansas, proclaimed December 20th “Still on the Hill Day” for all the work the duo does in community service.
They have produced eleven widely acclaimed CDs and nine years ago they signed with Swiss record label Brambus Records for the European release of their CD “Chaos & Calm.” In 2010, they produced their “Ozark Project” which created waves across the region that are still resonating today and also garnered them the coveted Governors Folk Life Award for their effort to preserve Arkansas Traditions. In 2015, they completed Once a River, a year-long journey to write and record songs about the history of the Beaver Lake Watershed and the White River to promote good stewardship of this precious resource.
Now Still on the Hill is creating their 4th Ozark based project all about the historic town of Cane Hill, and with their continued brilliance in music and activism, you will not want to miss them at Mildred B. Cooper Memorial Chapel.
Even though Ranch at Pinnacle Point Apartments in Rogers, Arkansas provides you with all of the comfort, convenience, and entertainment you could possibly desire, we encourage our residents to venture outside of our apartment community and explore all that the city has to offer!
Sunday, June 10, 2018— 6:30 PM
Event Venue Location:
Mildred B. Cooper Memorial Chapel
504 Memorial Drive
Bella Vista, Arkansas 72714