Still On The Hill

ozarkinfolk duo

8:00 pm20:00

NAI Conference

We will be leading an Informal JAM with NAI Park Interpreters after the Conference at the Embassy Suite.

7:00 pm19:00

STILL A RIVER- Community Program

  • walton arts center

Our first OFFICIAL showing of our new STILL A RIVER in Fayetteville!  Almost sold out so get your tickets now!!!

2:00 pm14:00

STILL A RIVER at the Bentonville Public Library

  • Bentonville Public Library

Our yearly winter concert at the Bentonville Public Library will be our new STILL A RIVER concert about the history and people of the Buffalo River. It is FREE to the public and we will be giving away 100 CD's!

6:00 pm18:00

Ed Stilley Exhibit Opening

  • Old State House Museum

This is the INVITATIONAL opening of the Ed Stilley Exhibit at the Old State House!  The exhibit will be open to the public for a year and a half!  Very exciting.

1:30 pm13:30

Elmdale Elementary

Private concert for students. Instrument Makers of the Ozarks sponsored by the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History

7:00 pm19:00

Omni's Open Mic for Peace

  • The Omni Center for Peace, Justice and Ecology

Still on the Hill will host the Nov. Open Mic for Peace at the OMNI Center. This month they have invited International students from the U of A to share songs from their countries...but anyone can share a song/poem from their ancestral land!

Pizza and Punch will be served.   All are welcome.

7:30 pm19:30

Ed Stilley Tribute Concert at Riceland Hall -Fowler Center

  • Arkansas State University Fowler Center-Riceland Hall

Still on the Hill will perform a program about the life and instruments of Ozark Folk Artist, Ed Stilley of Hogscald Holler.  They will perform songs on Ed's handmade creations and have a collection of 'story-quilts' they call their 'low tech power point'.

Kelly Mulhollan, 1/2 of Still on the Hill is the author of the book TRUE FAITH-TRUE LIGHT The Devotional Art of Ed Stilley.  Published by the U of A Press last year.  There will be a book signing following the program.  All ages welcome!

3:00 pm15:00

Ozark Folklife Festival

  • Tyler Bend Amphitheater

We are honored to be part of this festival celebrating Ozark Folk lore.  We will be performing our story-songs of the Ozarks and a few songs from our upcoming STILL A RIVER project about the Buffalo National River. 

2:00 pm14:00

Still A River-FREE Concert in Ponca

  • Ponca Church

Our first FREE to the public... STILL A RIVER community concert will be held at the PONCA CHURCH on the North end of town near the Ponca Creek Bridge. The venue is small so it will be first come first-serve and we will be giving away our new CD to the first 100 folks.

Come early, bring a picnic and enjoy the lovely Buffalo River.

7:30 pm19:30

Concert for Peace

  • Unitarian Universalist of Bell County

First Annual Concert for Peace to benefit Children's Advocacy of Central Texas.  We will be sharing the event with the amazing Emily Kaitz!   $20 suggested donation


Songs of the Ozarks-Fayetteville ROOTS Fest
12:00 pm12:00

Songs of the Ozarks-Fayetteville ROOTS Fest

  • Fayetteville Public Library

We are excited about sharing the stage with Roy and Aviva...amazing Old Time players. They will share traditional Ozark songs and we will share our songs about folks in the Ozarks today.  This is FREE TO THE PUBLIC and part of the Roots Festival. You don't need ROOTS tickets to attend.  Come early and get a seat.

1:00 pm13:00

PlainSon Folk Festival

  • Plain Song Folk Festival

We are excited about being part of this wonderful festival. Bring a lawn chair.
It's at Templeton Acres. $15 Adults   $10 Students & Vets   Kid under 12 FREE   Call 402-421-7678 for more info. 



Jul 25

Recording at Termite Tracs

Really getting after it this week.  Want to be finished by the FIRST OF AUGUST to start rehearsing for our MANY FREE CONCERTS and to get it off to the PRESS. 

Jul 15


We blocked out this entire week to work in the studio...LOCK THE DOOR!

Gonna work on Eveline and Peter. A song about Peter Tyler or Tyler Bend and the Arkansas Peace Society that few folks know about and it is such an important part of our history!