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Tragikly White Celebrates 25 years!
In 1993, Tragikly White was born. No matter how successful the band has become over the years, they have never forgotten their roots. That’s why Tragikly White has scheduled a free concert on Aug. 24 at the Rev Room, 300 President Clinton Ave., at 10 p.m. The concert is open to all fans of the band and is expected to draw a lively crowd of supporters of the group named “Best Band” in Arkansas Times and Soirée Magazine reader polls.
“We’re very excited about the chance of seeing our friends and family and playing some of our favorite songs in one of our favorite clubs,” said Rick Martin, the band’s founder, guitarist and lead singer since its inception. “This is our way of giving back to the people and community that has given us so much over the years.”
“There’s few that have been able to do what they do, that’s stay at the top of their game,” said Chris King, the owner of the Rev Room and the nearby Stickyz Rock ‘N’ Roll Chicken Shack. “Every time they play, they deliver smiling faces and dancing feet.”
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• Rick Martin – guitar/ lead vocals
• Tim Reed – vocals/lead guitar
• Michael “Smitty” Smith – drums/ vocals
• Jimmy Tomlinson – bass/ vocals
About the video at the top of the home page: First clip is TW in 1997, second clip from 2011 and third clip is from July 2018.
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