Ozark musical duo “Still on the Hill” will be offering a free concert at noon on Tuesday, March 14, 2017, in the Southern Arkansas University Reynolds Center Foundation Hall.

Copies of their new CD will be given away to the first 100 “folks” in the door. The concert is open to music lovers of all ages.

On the Heels of their widely-acclaimed CD/Project, “Once a River,” the Ozark duo of Donna and Kelly Mulhollan is launching the sequel CD and series of concerts called “Still a River.”  This project will enchant with story-songs about the people and history of the Buffalo River while it poignantly reminds us of what we cherish about our nation’s first historic national river. It invites us, as the river’s stewards, to protect the sights and sounds that nourish us.

The Mulhollans were recipients of the Governor’s Folk Life Award. They consider themselves modern-day bards, carrying on the ancient tradition of storytelling in song. They are multi-instrumentalists and in this show and will be using their “low-tech PowerPoint”— a collection of handmade quilts with images depicting the people and places they are singing about.