Get ready for a great night of music in September as an iconic country music act is coming to Hempstead Hall in Hope, Arkansas.

Hempstead Hall on the campus of the University of Arkansas in Hope is always having some great concerts and this is no exception. They just announced that The Bellamy Brothers are coming to perform on Thursday, September 28.

The Great Songs by The Bellamy Brothers

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The Bellamy Brothers were a staple on the pop charts in the 1970s with their huge hit  Let Your Love Flow. Then they had 26 top ten hits on the country charts in the 1980s with songs like If I Said You Had A Beautiful Body (Would You Hold It Against Me), Do You Love As Good As You Look, Old Hippie, Lovers Live Longer, Redneck Girl and I Need More of You just to name a few.

The Bellamy Brothers paved the way for other iconic duos in country music like the Judds, Brooks and Dunn, Montgomery Gentry and Big and Rich.

Where To Get Tickets to See The Bellamy Brothers in Hope Arkansas?

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Tickets are just $25, $35 and $40. If you've been to Hempstead Hall then you know there isn't a bad seat in the house. Tickets are available now online at hempsteadhall.thundertix.com for more information you can call (870) 722-8565.

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