To all of you in the Northwest Arkansas/Southwest Missouri area, September 10th is your chance to see Randall Shreve & The Sideshow headline George’s Majestic Lounge.  The band is thrilled to have the opportunity to play the legendary stage again with one of the best line-ups we’ve been a part of yet.  It will be a show beyond anything we’ve offered in the past.  We have a few surprises in store for our home crowd.

Special guests on this show include Wade Ogle & The Mad SpiritsPlaid Jackets and Chase Pagan.  If you haven’t heard all of these bands, look them up.  We were given the opportunity to hand pick the line-up for this night and we’re very happy it all worked out exactly how we wanted it.

Randall will give a live solo performance on September 9th on Fox News 40/29 at 9:00 pm and another at Sound Warehouse in Fayetteville on September 10th at 6:00 pm before the George’s show.

We’ll also be releasing some new merch including the first ever “Randall Shreve & The Sideshow” T-shirt.  They look amazing!

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