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  • Coach Taylor @ Copper Blues May. 28
  • Monday, May. 28, 2018

    Holy Ghost Trio / Tsone / Health Channel / Fella-Capes-Kasselman

    Holy Ghost Trio: Steve Jansen and John Q's sax and percussion excursions.

    Tsone: Tony Obr is a musician, sound designer, composer, visual artist and educator. He often works at the confluence of art, technology, and performance, focusing on innovative uses of sound in a non-musical context. He has released on a number of international recording labels including: Home Normal, txt recordings, Tessellate Recordings, Stereoscenic, Audiotalaia, Dark Era Tapes, and Pocket Fields.

    Health Channel: Windy Boijen and Jimmy Peggie are the Health Channel. They create improvised music, soundscapes and psychedelia via a multitude of inputs including banjo, bass cello, processors, drones, loops, electronics, percussion, field recordings and more. They have played together for more years than they can remember.

    James Fella- Grant Capes- Seth Kasselman: All three of them have worked together in various incarnations over the years but never as a trio. Who knows what the future will bring.

    All ages!

  • Monday, May. 28, 2018

    The Posies

    It's officially been 30 years since Jon Auer & Ken Stringfellow, high school mates from Bellingham WA, USA, recorded as The Posies and released "Failure", a home recorded, self-released cassette that had the improbable fate of landing the band two commercial radio hits and a record deal w the David Geffen Company, where they became labelmates of Sonic Youth, Nirvana & Teenage Fanclub. Now with a legacy of eight critically lauded albums (their latest, "Solid States" was released in 2016), a loyal population of fans around the globe, and a body of work with such classic alternative/indie anthems as "Dream All Day", "Solar Sister", "Coming Right Along" and many more, the band is still active and looking forward to its fourth decade in music. It's officially been 30 years since Jon Auer & Ken Stringfellow, high school mates from Bellingham WA, USA, recorded and released "Failure", a home recorded, self-released cassette that had the improbable fate of landing the band two commercial radio hits and a record deal w the David Geffen Company, where they became labelmates of Sonic Youth, Nirvana & Teenage Fanclub. Now with a legacy of eight critically lauded albums (their latest, "Solid States" was released in 2016), a loyal population of fans around the globe, and a body of work with such classic alternative/indie anthems as "Dream All Day", "Solar Sister", "Coming Right Along" and many more, the band is still active and looking forward to its fourth decade in music.

    With Terra Lightfoot. Tickets at STINKWEEDS.

  • Monday, May. 28, 2018

    GATECREEPER / FULL OF HELL

    Gatecreeper was formed in September of 2013 with members originating from both Tucson and Phoenix, Arizona. After a debut 4-song EP a series of splits, the band signed to Relapse Records which resulted in the release of their debut full-length Sonoran Depravation on October 7th 2016. The band has since toured with Cannibal Corpse, Nails, Pallbearer, Skeletonwitch and more. Gatecreeper play crusty, doom-soaked death metal at its most infectious and uncompromising, with a massive sound that calls to mind the classic Swedish buzz-saw attack of Dismember and Grave mixed with the impeccable groove of Obituary and Bolt Thrower.

    With FULL OF HELL GOYA, BLOODLUST. This show is 16+ Tickets at STINKWEEDS.

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  • Sunday, Jun. 03, 2018

    Nina Curri and Friends CD Release Show

    Nina Curri is a singer/songwriter based right here in Phoenix. After years performing as a blues singer Nina Curri has effectively taken the blues and meshed it with her songwriting prowess to create her signature style. Curri has performed with the Jump Back Brothers and Chicks with Picks over the years as well.

    Tonight is the CD release show for her album Back In The Desert. Here are the other artists that will be playing this evening:

    Andy Gonzales
    Becky Dalke
    Robby Roberson
    Blaine Long
    Jim Robertson
    Bill Tarsha
    Walt Richardson

    21+ show

  • Sunday, Jun. 03, 2018

    Michael Jackson Tribute Show

    The Michael Jackson Tribute Show spectacular starring America's #1 Michael Jackson impersonator Danny Dash Andrews comes to The Pressroom. Be a part of this incredible concert experience that pays tribute to the life and legacy of The King of Pop. A show for all ages, this two hour non stop high energy show will take you on a breathtaking magical musical journey that spans Jackson's four decade career. Our extraordinary production features state of the art concert lighting and sound that truly captures the essence of Michael Jackson's worldwide concerts. All Ages Show

  • Sunday, Jun. 03, 2018

    MELD, JERUSAFUNK, House of Stairs and Blaine Coffee

    MELD's music can be described as cinematic R&B with undertones of jam and electronica. Her "vocal runs and sultry sound" have been compared by Nashville songwriter Bruce Miller (Dixie Chicks, Reba McEntire, and Rascall to that of Rihanna. JERUSAFUNK from Phoenix delivers what they describe as "klezmer jazz gypsy funk". The band has a massive line-up to help deliver one heck of an experience. House of Stairs is a quartet of multi-dimensional jazz musicians that mix elements of pop and progressive soul with electronic instruments and looping devices. Blaine Coffee opens this 21+ show.

  • Sunday, Jun. 03, 2018

    Hudu Akil, Venkman's Ghost, HVY and The Sin Bound

    Hudu Akil, Venkman's Ghost, HVY and The Sin Bound

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  • Friday, Jun. 15, 2018

    The Iron Maidens

    The Iron Maidens - The World's Only All Female Tribute to Iron Maiden.

    with AZ/DZ (Tribute to AC/DC), Images of Eden, Cowboys N Hell (Tribute to Pantera), Kill 'Em All (Metallica Tribute).

  • Friday, Jun. 15, 2018

    Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls

    w/ Lucero, The Menzingers.

  • Friday, Jun. 15, 2018

    Bruno Major

    Having initially worked as a session guitarist, Bruno Major moved down from Northampton to London and, inspired by the energy of the city, became obsessed with songwriting. Honing his craft writing for other artists while all the time formulating his own musical style; an impossible to pigeonhole blend of sounds that can draw upon anything from James Blake and D’Angelo to Chet Baker and Nick Drake to create its own, uniquely intoxicating aura. It wasn’t until a chance psychoactive revelation last year, however, that he struck upon the idea that would give him the perfect means to realise it.

  • Friday, Jun. 15, 2018

    Baseline

    with Rival Coast, Gardenside, Fake A Home, Grey Joy.

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  • Monday, Jun. 18, 2018

    Ninja Sex Party

    Comedy band Ninja Sex Party has but one goal: To take your body sweetly by the hand and then rock its face off with amazing music. They sing songs about love, dinosaurs, relationships, mythical creatures, seduction, and respect. You will love this band, because if you don't, it's your ass on the line.

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  • Saturday, Jun. 23, 2018

    Katchafire

    with E.N Young & Imperial Sound, EarthKry. Plus locals Chad Ruben, Clint Stevens, Torn at the Seam, Good Rust.

  • Saturday, Jun. 23, 2018

    Codeine

    Cleveland Ohio's Black Sheep Codeine - Trife Life is a Upcoming Artists From Cleveland's West Side. He Started The Group H.T.C. (The Heart of Cleveland). He Also Branded His Life Style "Trife Life" as His Movement.

    with Local Co Headliners KVLT

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  • Saturday, Jun. 30, 2018

    Quiet Slang

    Rock and roll is sort of my consolation prize for wanting to have been a writer,” says James Alex. It’s a humble admission from the frontman of Philadelphia’s Beach Slang, a fiery punk quartet whose raucous gigs often find the songwriter’s earnest lyrics bellowed back at him. Still, consider it a feat that fans are even able to hear those words from behind the trembling walls of distortion that serve as Beach Slang’s raison d’etre. Everything about Beach Slang is loud, from the guitars to its attitude to Alex’s weathered rasp.

  • Bleed the Fifth, Strip the Soul and Death of Me @ Rogue Bar Jun. 30
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  • Thursday, Jul. 05, 2018

    Still Woozy

    Still Woozy is the solo project of Sven Gamsky. He writes, records, and produces everything in his garage, for now at least. He hopes to eventually move his studio to a room with windows. The music he makes is inspired by anything that's ever stuck with him, and of course, the vast internet, which has been one of his closest friends and greatest nemesis's. He seeks to combine electronic elements with acoustic sounds to create music that feels both familiar and foreign, but that ultimately helps people be a little more intimate and vulnerable with the ones they love.

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  • Sunday, Sep. 09, 2018

    SuicideGirls Blackheart Burlesque

    SuicideGirls: Blackheart Burlesque is the sexiest, smartest, geekiest, and most fun definitive pop-culture burlesque show! Featuring none other than SuicideGirls themselves, the show has been performed hundreds of times, delighted millions of fans in over six countries, and has been touring since 2003! Don’t miss your chance to see it live during the 2018 US Tour!

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  • Wednesday, Oct. 03, 2018

    Japanese Breakfast

    A solo moniker for Philadelphia musician Michelle Zauner, Japanese Breakfast began as a monthlong, song-a-day writing challenge during a break from her indie rock band Little Big League. That resulted in 2013's June, an intimate set of melodic, electric guitar-accompanied lo-fi tunes issued on cassette by Ranch Records. She continued to write solo and with her band, with Japanese Breakfast's self-released Where Is My Great Big Feeling? and the Seagreen Records cassette American Sound both following in the summer of 2014 before Little Big League's Tropical Jinx arrived that October. With a varied palette including markedly bigger, synth-boosted sounds that bridged lo-fi and indie pop, Japanese Breakfast's Yellow K Records debut, Psychopomp, was released in the spring of 2016.

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  • Saturday, Nov. 03, 2018

    The SteelDrivers

    On sale now! This bluegrass band from Nashville, Tennessee once had Chris Stapleton as their frontman but even after his replacement Gary Nichols came into the picture, they still continued strong. They won a grammy for best bluegrass album with "The Muscle Shoals Recordings". This is a 13+ show, 12 year olds admitted with an adult.

  • Saturday, Nov. 03, 2018

    The Motet

    On sale now!

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  • Friday, Dec. 14, 2018

    OK Go

    OK Go, the rock band famous for their wildly creative videos, brings their unique magic to the stage in 2018. This show is unlike any you’ve seen before: it’s a film screening and a rock concert rolled into one. The band will perform their songs live and in sync with 20 of their videos, pausing for question/answer sessions with the crowd. Like the band, the show defies categorization, but expect dancing, joy, and wonder.

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