Bulldozer Health Inc., The Fayetteville Women’s Community and SixTwelve Coffeehouse and Bar will host its fourth concert in their women’s concert series at 7 p.m. June 1.  With an amazing lineup of Northwest Arkansas-based musicians, the series has been growing and gaining community attention. The upcoming concert features Fayetteville native, Angela Edge. Angela is a multi-instrumentalist who performs primarily original indie rock music.  

Her most recent album release, “Angela Edge: Live at Stage Eighteen” in 2018, was a huge success. Local sound engineer, David Embree, enjoyed recording and editing the tracks for Edge, bringing the project to life. With the closing of Stage Eighteen, Edge is particularly happy that the project came to fruition at the entertainment venue that was such a support to local music, and was deeply saddened to see it close, according to a press release.  

The Idle Class attended this performance last summer and released a review, featuring this statement: “With (other) lyrics about changing the world from the perspective of a Syrian Refugee seeking a better life, as well as addiction and other trials and tribulations, it’s not hard to become entranced in Edge’s stage presence.  Her words are vulnerable and raw and her musical talent is inspiring.”

The series will continue monthly, with other artists including Makin’ Loaf, Harmonia, Shore and Cockram, Emily Kaitz, Dandelion Heart and more. A portion of the proceeds will go to Bulldozer Health Inc., a 501c3 nonprofit organization and healthcare-reform initiative that educates the public about health and wellness and helps people access alternative healthcare, according to a press release.

Catch the show 7 p.m. June 1 at SixTwelve Coffeehouse, located at 3980 W.  Wedington, Fayetteville. Tickets can be found here.