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Salty Dogs

The Salty Dogs, hailing from the streets of Little Rock, include: Brad Williams, vocals/guitar; Bart Angel, kick and snare/percussion/backing vocals; Brent LaBeau, bass; and Nick Devlin, lap steel/guitar. The 2003 Arkansas Times Musician's Showcase led them to earn the title "Best Original Band in Arkansas." Their music has been featured on the TLC hit show, "Trading Spaces." The Salty Dogs have shared the stage with Hank Williams Jr., Kelly Willis, Jim Dickinson, Old Crow Medicine Show, Moot Davis, Pete Anderson, The Gourds and Junior Brown and recently recorded with rock-n-roll legend D.J. Fontana. Among their albums are "Autoharpoon," release through Big Bender Records/Hapi Skratch Entertainment in May 2007; "The Salty Dogs and Friends" LP; and "King of Broken Hearts" EP.

2009 4 Communicator Awards of Distinction for Entertainment, Directing, Production, and Audio from the International Academy of the Visual Arts
2009 Bronze Telly Award for Live Event