George's Turns 80 with Kimock


On September 6 - 9, George's Majestic (Fayetteville, AR) and GMS.Group will present a unique and truly memorable four-day concert series benefiting Children's House. A stellar lineup of musical talent, the likes of which has never been seen in Northwest Arkansas has been assembled to commemorate this historic event.


Thursday, September 6
Cross Canadian Ragweed
Benjamin Del Shreve

Friday, September 7
Cate Brothers Reunion
Jimmy Thackery
Nace Brothers
Anthony Gomes
Gary Hutchison & Brain Crowne

Saturday, September 8
Steve Kimock and Friends featuring George Porter Jr., Donna Jean Godchaux, Melvin Seals, Jeff Sipe, and Steve Pryor
Mike Dillon's Go-Go Jungle
Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band

Sunday, September 9
Steve Kimock & Friends featuring George Porter, Jr., Donna Jean Godchaux, Melvin Seals, Jeff Sipe, & Steve Pryor
Paul Barrere and Fred Tackett Acoustic Duo
Mountain of Venus

To thank their loyal patrons over the years, George's Majestic has kept ticket prices very low for the 80th Anniversary Festival.

Ticket prices are as follows:
Thursday - $25
Friday - $15
Saturday - $20
Sunday - $20

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Marcsmall Fri 8/24/2007 03:07PM
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Wow, Kimock and Friends lineup looks sweet. Sipe, Porter, and Seals are among the absolute best in the business at their respective instruments. Sipe seems to amaze me everytime I hear him play, whether it's Jazz-Fusion, Rock and Roll, or Bluegrass style drumming.

ozarkkeegan starstarstarstarstar Sat 8/25/2007 09:27AM
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phinally happy days are here again

rabbitsfoot starstarstarstarstar Sat 8/25/2007 06:42PM
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nice to see that george's is getting some attention. wish the musicians would stop in more often.

Jays420 Sun 8/26/2007 02:08PM
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Kimock, with all those guys, looks like a helluva good time, wish i could make it all the way to AR, but its too far, dont want to drive my car, that far, beep beep um beep beep um yeaaaahhhh!!

On a sadder note, this new jambase blows the big one, if it aint broke dont fix it. I guess i will get used it it but it was much better before, you guys are morons!!!! You should hire me and pay me alot of money to be management so i can tell you not to do stupid ass things like this!!!

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wonderful!! killer line up for Kimock!!! how freaking cool!!!

I want the recordings!!! pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeee

delaneyira starstar Mon 8/27/2007 07:40AM
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I would dropkick donna off that stage. She ruined some of the best dead moments with her annoying wails. If Jerry wasnt so fucked up all the time he wouldve noticed how horrible her voice is...

delaneyira Mon 8/27/2007 07:43AM
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yah BTW, jambase, this site is all jacked up. There was no need to change anything. I havent noticed anything new other than half the pages dont load right away, and the overall clutter has increased dramatically. Im sure that the new website software makes putting up advertising easier. Donna jean still sucks worse tho...

grooveholmes Mon 8/27/2007 07:50AM
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Wow nice to see Steve Pryor is still playing, truly a kick ass guitar player from Tulsa. Saw some stellar shows of his at Chester's in Fayetteville back in the day with Reed Mathis from JFJO. Saw my first SCI show at Georges in like 96 or 97. Fayetteville definately needs more music venues since Chester's shut down, saw some truly magical shows there.

ikojones Mon 8/27/2007 04:40PM
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ozarkkeegan hop on cheese tour you fag