Jazz at The Joint and Argenta Acoustic Music Series are making a comeback with monthly performances in 2022. Both series bring world-renowned musicians to The Joint Comedy Theater at 301 Main Street in North Little Rock.
In light of the COVID-19 crisis, all performances scheduled for fall 2021 have been cancelled. Proof of vaccination (card or photo of card) will be required and masks must be worn for all performances.
“We regret this inconvenience and look forward to the time when these precautions are not necessary. We are responsible for your safety and the safety of the performers and we take that very seriously,” organizers explained in a post.
About Argenta Acoustic Music Series
The Argenta Acoustic Music Series debuted in 2015. The focus of the series is to present solo acoustic guitarists from around the world in an intimate environment where the artist and the audience interact on a very personal level.
The series is curated and produced by Steve Davison, a touring guitarist himself. With support from the Argenta Arts Foundation and his wide knowledge of guitarists from around the world, Mr. Davison has presented three seasons of exemplary music with artists from the United States, England, France, Canada, Germany and India including several Grammy Award winning musicians.
About Jazz at The Joint
Jazz at The Joint is headed and curated by Ted Ludwig, the renowned 7 string jazz guitarist who made his home in Little Rock after Katrina blew him up from New Orleans.
The series is affiliated with the ACANSA Arts Festival of the South which occurs each September in multiple locations around the city.
About The Joint
The venue for the Argenta Acoustic Music Series and Jazz at The Joint is The Joint, a cabaret theater and coffeehouse in the heart of the Argenta Arts District in North Little Rock, offering live entertainment five nights week. The Joint is also home to Arkansas’ number one professional comedy team, The Main Thing, starring veteran performers whose work has been featured on Saturday Night Live, Off-Broadway, on Dick Clark’s United Radio Network, and in thousands of live stage performances all around the country. The shows are produced in a 100 seat theater with a proscenium stage and a superb sound system. Artists and patrons alike are amazed at the quality of the musical experience.