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  • Wet Electric @ Big Surf Apr. 27
  • Saturday, Apr. 27, 2019

    Humdinger Festival

  • Musa Mind @ Tempe Center For The Arts Apr. 27
  • Saturday, Apr. 27, 2019

    Stanley Jordan and Kevin Eubanks

    Kevin Eubanks, guitarist and prolific composer, is well known by many as the former music director of The Tonight Show band, appearing on the show for eighteen years (1992–2010). His laid-back style and affability seem to be the concentration and focus that have made him successful both as a consummate musician and a household name for late-night TV viewers.

    In a career that took flight in 1985 with commercial and critical acclaim, guitar virtuoso Stanley Jordan has consistently displayed a chameleonic musical persona of openness, imagination, versatility, and maverick daring. EARLY and LATE show!!

  • Mill's End @ Time Out Lounge Apr. 27
  • People Who Could Fly @ District Stage - Desert Ridge Apr. 27
  • Jae Ren @ Splash Pad at Desert Ridge Apr. 27
  • Ratio @ District Stage at Tempe Marketplace Apr. 27
  • New Devils in Town @ Pho Cao Apr. 27
  • Saturday, Apr. 27, 2019

    Elvis Costello & the Imposters (Date Change)

    On sale now! Change of Date from 11/27 to 4/27/19!

  • Saturday, Apr. 27, 2019

    Architects

    With Thy Art Is Murder and While She Sleeps. On sale 1/18!

  • Saturday, Apr. 27, 2019

    Danielle Nicole and The Rocket 88s

    Danielle Nicole is a dynamic blues artist. As a child Danielle Nicole sang for her family and took ballet, dance and tap lessons but it was not until she was 12 that she took the stage singing the first time. Two years later she was singing in coffeehouses and when she turned 16 she started singing lead in her father's band. All this experience as well as other bands she played in led to her along with her brothers Nick and Kris starting a family band called Trampled Under Foot. That band was around for 13 years and released several albums including 2013's Badlands which debuted at #1 on the Billboard Blues Album chart. Her first full-length solo disc was entitled Wolf Den. That album was nominated in May 2016 by the Blues Blast Music Awards for New Artist Debut Album. She also was nominated in the Female Blues Artist category. Her latest album is entitled Cry No More and was nominated for a Grammy for Best Contemporary Blues Album.

    Bill Tarsha and the Rocket 88s have been a fixture here in the Valley blues scene since the seventies. The band used to host the Monday Night Blues Jam at the Rhythm Room and has played many shows at the venue. 21+ show

  • Saturday, Apr. 27, 2019

    Ex Hex with Feels

    Ex Hex exploded onto the scene with their unfettered brand of rock and riffage by the power trio of Mary Timony (guitar, vocals), Betsy Wright (bass, vocals), and Laura Harris (drums). The group’s 2014 debut Rips was a gleaming collection of tightly wound gems that scored honors from critics. Near-constant touring throughout 2015 and 2016 established the band as a force to be reckoned with: an audacious three-piece distilling rock music to its essence with formidable skills and a reputation for frenzied and unabashedly fun live shows.

    with Feels

    Tickets in store at STINKWEEDS and online at www.TheRebelLounge.com

  • Dinosaur Love @ ThirdSpace Apr. 27
  • War Boy @ Grid: Games and Growlers Apr. 27
  • Saturday, Apr. 27, 2019

    Look & Listen: Part 3

    Part 3 in our series of music and art shows focusing on underrepresented composers and visual artists. This concert will be in the Sanctuary. $8. Ex-Pastoral by Amelia Bre for clarinet and string quartet, Invocacion by Martn Quiroga Jr. for two flutes Elizabeth Kennedy Bayer and Amber Walker, Muyong by Eunseon Yu for string quartet, ephemerality by Tai-Kuang Chao for flute, clarinet, viola, cello, String Quartet No. 2 "Nuestro señor el desollado" by Kristian Rodriguez, and Eye o da Hurricane by Angela Slater for string quartet.

  • Kontravoid @ LBX (The Lunchbox) Apr. 27
  • Habstrakt @ Aura Apr. 27
Apr 28
  • Sunday, Apr. 28, 2019

    Band Splash

  • Sunday, Apr. 28, 2019

    Ziggie's Legal Fund Benefit

    Come support an important event folks, a benefit for Ziggie's legal fund. This early show will feature some great local talent from around the Valley. Flathead is a great trio who has been delivering killer bluegrass, country and rockabilly since the early nineties. Mario Moreno and the Black and Tans will also take the stage, always a great band to see live! Bill Tarsha and the Rocket 88s have been a fixture here in the Valley blues scene since the seventies. The band used to host the Monday Night Blues Jam at the Rhythm Room and has played many shows at the venue. Elgin will join the band during this performance. Arizona Blues Hall of Fame artist Johnny Rapp will play during the afternoon as well. Smokestack Lightning take the wisdom of the blues and the mesmerism of rock and roll to split tuneful atoms every time they hit the stage. Since they banded together in late 2009, they’ve taken cues from their blues and rock forebears to create a truly American sound. In 2014 they came in second place in the Arizona Blues Showdown in the band category and in 2015 took first place. The Dave Riley and Bob Corritore Juke Joint Blues Band comes out of Scottsdale and features Rhythm Room club owner Bob Corritore on the harmonica. Riley and Corritore have played together for many years now and released their third album Hush Your Fuss! in 2013. 21+ show

  • Thomas Jack @ Shady Park Tempe Apr. 28
  • Sunday, Apr. 28, 2019

    Salt River Brass: On the Shoulders of Giants

    Maestro Sheridan brings an exciting program that pays tribute to the musical melting pot of the United States and the great American brass virtuosi whose legacy has provided the foundation for countless brass giants of today. From Classical to Jazz and from Herbert L. Clarke to Miles Davis, the Salt River Brass delivers an unforgettable concert of past heroes.

  • Sunday, Apr. 28, 2019

    Amy Hānaiali’i

    Amy Hānaiali’i’s role as a cultural force championing Hawaiian tradition stems from composing in the Hawaiian language and bringing her language to the world with a current blend of diverse musical stylings. Hānaiali’i’s talent emerges from a disciplined classical training, fused powerhouse vocals, and honoring her family’s heritage and rooted ancestral responsibility.

  • Reliquary @ LBX (The Lunchbox) Apr. 28
Apr 29
  • Monday, Apr. 29, 2019

    The Mike Vax and Ron Romm Collaboration

    Mike Vax and Ron Romm have been friends for almost fifty years. They first met when Romm was in the fledgling group Canadian Brass and Vax was playing lead trumpet for the Stan Kenton Orchestra back in 1971. Their paths have crossed many times over the years, but they had never performed together until the recording session for their new album Collaboration. They bring together both the classical and jazz idioms in perfect harmony, since both have had a multitude of musical experience in many different styles of playing.

  • Show Me the Body @ LBX (The Lunchbox) Apr. 29
  • Monday, Apr. 29, 2019

    Indigo Girls

    On sale now!

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