Upcoming Shows A Taste of the Week

  • Violin Extraordinaire @ Tempe Center For The Arts Feb. 19
  • Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019

    Jay Allan, Shane and TJ from The Cole Trains and Madison Holmes

    Jay Allan plays a lot of shows around town every week. It is always a pleasure when he showcases his mix of folk and mellow rock and roll. Shane and TJ from the Cole Trains will be doing an acoustic set this evening. The Cole Trains from Safford have the Americana sound going as well, as well as a healthy dose of rock and roll in the mix. The band's first album Six Hundred and Thirteen was released in 2013 and they released a new live CD/DVD entitled Live at The Rockbar in 2016. They have announced plans to record a new album. Madison Holmes from Scottsdale is a singer/songwriter who loves to perform music from the country, blues, classic rock, R&B and pop genres. Her performances include music on the piano or guitar. 21+ show

  • Mark Zubia @ Old Town Tavern Feb. 19
  • Brian Chartrand @ Womack Feb. 19
  • Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019

    Extreme Acoustic Guitar Featuring Bill Dutcher, Adam Armijo, and Mark Miracle

    When Bill Dutcher picks up an acoustic guitar, the music that fills the room cannot be branded with a simple sentence. When you see him play live you’re experiencing an event that shatters the preconceived notion of what a solo acoustic can do.

    Adam Armijo is an American guitarist and in-demand session musician currently residing in the Phoenix area. Growing up in an art- and music-loving home, Armijo took to guitar very early and began playing professionally at the age of sixteen. He is known for his unique approach, musicality, and the ability to play many genres authentically.

    Award-winning mandolinist Mark Miracle has been playing bluegrass/Americana music for over forty years. His stylings and expertise have made him a sought-after bandmate, guest artist, and teacher. His roots deep in traditional bluegrass are only the foundation for what Mark brings as a contemporary musician and vocalist.

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  • Jason and the Brownstones @ Lost Leaf Gallery Feb. 18
  • Monday, Feb. 18, 2019

    Y La Bamba, Kera and Willeta

    Y La Bamba has been many things, but at the heart of it is singer-songwriter Luz Elena Mendoza’s inquisitive sense of self. Armed with the emotionality of traditional música Mexicana and the storytelling of American folk, Y La Bamba’s artistry is not just their musical ability but Mendoza's search for unadulterated truth. It is in an ancestral, spiritual journey in which Mendoza comes to terms with the influence and limitations of her upbringing. Mendoza’s experience of childhood summers in the San Joaquin Valley listening to mariachi, of being raised strict Catholic by immigrant parents, of being a woman having to prove herself to the boys, paints strokes of both melancholy and healing on the tracks. "From the way that my family struggles, to the way they shoot the shit… it’s so different from whiteness," Mendoza says. "It's a different dimension." There latest album is entitled Mujeres. Kera from southern California delivers "bipolar folk" and Willeta from Phoenix creates dreamy, drone folk, Americana, lo-fi space jams. 21+ show

  • Monday, Feb. 18, 2019

    What's the Big Idea? Jazz Trio

    Phoenix's funkiest Jazz Trio features Josh Kneisel (bass), David Drew (Drums), and Mike Kleinschmidt (Piano). WTBI? plays a traditional Jazz repertoire while bringing modern music from the likes of Radiohead & Pink Floyd into the jazz realm.

  • Monday, Feb. 18, 2019

    Smoking Popes with New Chums, The Breakup Society

    Smoking Popes are an American pop punk band from the northwest suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, formed in 1991.

    with New Chums , The Breakup Society

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  • Tempe Symphony @ Tempe Center For The Arts Feb. 18
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