Tonight (5/10) Arkansas Sounds presents The Cate Brothers Band at the CALS Ron Robinson Theater

Tonight, Arkansas Sounds presents The Cate Brothers Band

Arkansas music legends, The Cate Brothers Band, reunite for a special performance of the biggest hits and most beloved songs from their storied five-decade career, including their Top 25 hit “Union Man.”

The Cate Brothers are the singer-songwriter duo of Earl and Ernie Cate, twin brothers from Fayetteville, Arkansas, who in the mid-1960s began performing soul music throughout the South. Both brothers are singers, with Earl on guitar and Ernie on piano. Since the mid-1970s, they have been prolific performers and recording artists of their signature country soul-rock.

Tickets are $25 for general admission seating. The doors open at 7:00 pm and the concert starts at 8:00 pm.

Arkansas Sounds brings legendary Cate Brothers Band to Ron Robinson Theater tonight

cate_brothersArkansas Sounds music series brings Arkansas music legends The Cate Brothers Band to the Ron Robinson Theater stage tonight.  The band reunites for a special performance of their biggest and best songs.

Arkansas music legends Earl and Ernie Cate, twin brothers from Fayetteville, Arkansas, performed southern soul music in the mid-1960s at clubs throughout the South. Both are singers, with Earl on guitar and Ernie on piano. Since the mid-1970s, they have been prolific performers and recording artists of their signature blued-eyed soul and rock music.

At this special performance, they will perform their biggest and best songs, including their Top 25 hit, “Union Man.”

Admission is $20, the concert starts at 7pm.

Arkansas Sounds is a project of the Butler Center for Arkansas Studies, a department of the Central Arkansas Library System. Focused on Arkansas music and musicians both past and present, Arkansas Sounds presents concerts, workshops, and other events to showcase Arkansas’s musical culture.