The Little River Band will perform at Hempstead Hall in Hope, Arkansas on Friday, October 5, 2018.     

Through the ‘70’s and ‘80’s, Little River Band enjoyed huge chart success with multi-platinum albums and chart topping hits like: “Reminiscing,”  “Cool Change,” “Lonesome Loser,” “The Night Owls,”  “Take It Easy On Me,”  “Help Is on Its Way,”  “Happy Anniversary,”   “We Two,”  “Man On Your Mind,”  “The Other Guy,”  and “It’s A Long Way There.”

According to a press release, Hempstead Hall Director Dolly Henley said, “There is a buzz in the air about Little River Band coming to Hope, Arkansas in October.  I am excited to offer a different genre to our performing arts list. This is one the public has been waiting for.

Tickets are available now at hempsteadhall.com or by calling 870-722-8565.  Hempstead Hall is located on the campus of the University of Arkansas at Hope, 2500 South Main Street in Hope.

Worldwide album, CD sales and digital downloads now top 30 million and LRB has set a record for having had Top 10 hits for 6 consecutive years – In fact, they were the very first band to achieve that remarkable status! According to BMI, “Reminiscing” has garnered rare status with over 5 million air plays on American radio, and “Lady” is close behind with over 4 million air plays.

In November of 2016, LRB released, The Hits…Revisited,’ on Wurld Records –  a CD consisting of 9 re-recorded hits along with 2 new songs.

May of 2017 brought the release of ‘The Big Box’ –  a box set consisting of 6 disc’s featuring a DVD with live footage from their 40th Anniversary Tour.

To date, lead singer/bassist Wayne Nelson has contributed his vocal and bass guitar talents on 22 Little River Band Albums/CD’s.  LRB continues to perform to sold out audiences, and Stephen Housden continues to write and participate in all things Little River Band.

This will take you back in time.

With 90 -100 dates scheduled for their 2018 tour, Little River Band is hotter than ever selling out shows and making music from coast to coast nationwide continuing their legacy of being “the best singing band in the world.”