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Nov 19
  • Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017

    Goldrush Festival (Day 2)

    Day 2 of Goldrush Festival! With Marshmello • Lil Uzi Vert • RL Grime • Barclay Crenshaw • Droeloe • Flatbush Zombies • Fransis Derelle • GG Magree • Ghastly • HOSH • Injury Reserve • Judge • Justin Jay • Lil Pump • Lost Kings • Malaa • Mija • Nicole Moudaber • Oona Dahl • Paco Osuna • Rich Chigga • San Holo • Smokepurpp • Ugly God

  • Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017

    Pie Social

    Have some pies and watch some live local music! Live music from Hi-Dreams DJ Collective, Tobie Milford, and The Foster Family Band

  • Francine Reed/George Colligan @ Nash Nov. 19
  • Jared Blackstone/Mark Zubia @ Old Town Tavern Nov. 19
  • ASU Big Band Concerts @ Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts Nov. 19
  • Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017

    Carvin Jones Band

    The Carvin Jones Band is a three-piece blues band from Phoenix playing the blues and rock in the style of Vaughan, Hendrix, Clapton and BB King. Born in Lufkin, Texas, Jones got his first guitar when he was 11 after always borrowing one from other people in his neighborhood. Playing the guitar kept him out of trouble and once he moved to Arizona in 1989 the first incarnation of The Carvin Jones Band was formed. The Carvin Jones Band has opened for guitar legends BB King, Santana and Albert King, and has performed with Joe Cocker and the Fabulous Thunderbirds at the House of Blues 1996 Tour in Phoenix. The Band opened for REO Speedwagon in 1998 at New Year's Eve, and has been a feature band of Fiesta Bowl's New Year's Eve Block Parties several times. Carvin has received numerous awards and recognition. In Arizona, he was awarded New Times' "Entertainer of the Year" award in 1997, "Best Guitarist" in 1998 by Get Out Magazine, and Char's Has the Blues named him "Best Guitarist of the Year" for three years in a row. The Band received the Arizona Entertainment Award for "Best Blues Band of the Year" in 1993, and was voted "Best Blues Band" from 1994 through 1996 by the New Times' Reader's poll. Carvin also received the New Times Music Showcase award for the Best Blues Band in 2006. According to his website we should see TWO studio recordings from Carvin Jones in 2017! 21+ show

  • Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017

    Cattle Decapitation

    Well over 2 decades since its inception, CATTLE DECAPITATION has forged its not-so-humble beginnings in veggie gore-grind into one of extreme metal's most relentless forces, encompassing a sound as schizophrenic as their record collections but with a determined lyrical stance resolutely damning the ills of humanity.

    With 5 full-lengths and countless tours under their belt as well as having influenced the majority of today's rapidly-growing-in-popularity death/grind hopefuls, CATTLE DECAPITATION continue their own brand of spastic gore-drenched grinding death.

    With Revocation, Full of Hell, Artificial Brain, Deadspawn

  • Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017

    Nano Stern

    When he was only fifteen, Nano Stern joined the popular Chilean underground band Mattoral, and thus was initiated into the fresh, new sounds and sociopolitical pulse of the South American rock/punk scene. The thick rock energy of Mattoral, his classical and jazz training, and the powerful influence of traditional, Chilean revolutionary music make for something purely Nano Stern. What has emerged is a powerhouse artist, brilliantly layering indigenous, African, and European elements into a sound all his own and humbly bringing audiences to tears, to their feet, and to reverie with a singular kind of emotion and soulfulness unlike any other South American artist performing today. “I’m generally working to create a language of my own,” he says. The world emphatically agrees.

  • Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017

    Bell Witch

    Seattle based duo BELL WITCH have, since their inception in 2010, carved a unique niche in the metal scene. Utilising only bass, drums and vocals to create a mournful, melodic take on minimalism and an ethereal but crushing approach to magnitude.

    With Thra, Ceremented, Collapsian

  • Bill Engvall @ Del E Webb Center For Performing Arts Nov. 19
  • Slaughter @ BLK Live Nov. 19
  • Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017

    Walter Lukens

    With WEIRD RADICALS, NEW CHUMS

  • Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017

    A TRIBUTE TO COLOMBIAN CUMBIA & SALSA MUSIC

    A special night of music featuring Cumbia base on Traditional Folk Music from the Caribbean coast of Colombia + Salsa hits of Colombian Salsa. Hear the music and watch dancers dressed in very colorful and traditional attires! Featuring Cafe Jaleo!

  • BillionLightYearLand @ Yucca Tap Room Nov. 19
  • Phantom Party, Ghost in the WIllow, Bradley Palermo and Bradley Riot @ Rogue Bar Nov. 19
  • Mia Shea @ Lost Leaf Gallery Nov. 19
Nov 20
Nov 21
  • Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017

    Brand X

    Jazz Fusion band active from 1975 to 1980 and 1992 to 1999. Notable members include Genesis drummer & vocalist Phil Collins, guitarist John Goodsall, bassist Percy Jones and keyboard player Robin Lumley.

  • Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017

    Animals As Leaders / Periphery

    Sensational progressive metal artists Animals As Leaders and Periphery are bringing their signature sounds to the Marquee Theater!

    With special guests Astronoid.

  • Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017

    The Used

    The members of the Used had to overcome poverty, homelessness, and substance abuse, not to mention the straitlaced attitudes of their hometown of Orem, Utah, to bring their screamo-tinged brand of post-hardcore to life. They've been at it since 2002.

    With Glassjaw

  • Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017

    Jonwayne

    Jonwayne came onto the Los Angeles music scene by way of the east Los Angeles club Low End Theory circa 2008-09, then emerging as the epicenter of a new generation of hip-hop beat makers: Flying Lotus, Gaslamp Killer, Nosaj Thing, Kutmah, Daedelus. Fresh out of high school, Jonwayne jumped in with homemade rap mixtapes and immersed himself in the scene.

    With Danny Watts, Dungeon Destroyah, Sejo, Atreetalking. This show is 21+

Nov 22
Nov 23
  • Thursday, Nov. 23, 2017

    GWAR

    Gwar, Virginia’s sensational heavy metal and hardcore punk artists are bringing their signature sounds to the Marquee Theater! Their musical style spans many genres such as heavy metal, hardcore punk, thrash metal crossover thrash, funk metal, shock rock, alternative metal, and even comedy rock.

    With Ghoul, He Is Legend, & U.S. Bastards

Nov 24
  • Friday, Nov. 24, 2017

    Steel Panther

    On sale now!

  • Friday, Nov. 24, 2017

    Meat Puppets

    On sale now! with Porcupine. Tickets at STINKWEEDS. Out of all of the bands that made SST Records a towering force in the American underground during the mid-'80s, Tempe's Meat Puppets lasted the longest, surviving where other bands fell apart. Not only did they play hard, loud, and fast, but they also had elements of the blues-rock of ZZ Top, the ambling folk-rock of the Grateful Dead, and Neil Young's country-rock and hard rock. As they grew older, the band matured musically, developing an accomplished instrumental technique and moving closer to the traditional hard rock that was always underneath their punk. But they never quite abandoned their punk roots, even when they briefly broke into the mainstream in the early '90s.

    With with Porcupine

  • Friday, Nov. 24, 2017

    Dave Riley and Bob Corritore Juke Joint Blues Band

    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. Arizona Blues Hall of Fame guitarist Johnny Rapp, Brian Fahey and Yahni Riley round out tonight's line-up.

    21+ show

Nov 25
  • Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017

    Phoenix Blues Society Membership and Food Drive with Big Daddy D and The Dynamites, J.C. and the Juke Rockers, Acme Blues Band, Pop Top and Common Ground Blues Band (early show)

    The Phoenix Blues Society will be holding a membership and food drive today at this early show at the Rhythm Room. Entry is an $8 donation or 5 food items at the door. There is a great roster of artists playing this event!

    Big Daddy D and The Dynamites have been a quality fixture on the Arizona blues scene for a number of years now and had taken time off from playing live since 2012. The band has developed a solid reputation here in town for their stellar musicianship and great live shows! J.C. and the Juke Rockers play a lot of shows here in the Valley and once you see them live you will know why. The band's combination of west coast and Chicago style blues makes them a crowd favorite. The Acme Blues Band and Poptop will take the stage as well. Poptop is three veteran musicians of several popular local and regional bands, including Sistahs Too, Big Nick and The Gila Monsters, Starr, Neckbone, The Vibe, The Chocolate Walrus, Velvet Radio and The Egomaniacs. They play a mix of rock and roll, soul, R&B and surf. The Common Ground Blues Band uses elements of blues, jazz and soul to create a great mix of music.

    21+ show

  • Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017

    Melissa Manchester

    Grammy Award–winning artist Melissa Manchester has established herself as one of the most compelling singer-songwriters to date. Her debut releases, Home to Myself and Bright Eyes, positioned her as a dynamic new talent, and Manchester launched the smash hit single “Midnight Blue.” Manchester was nominated for a Grammy in 1978 and 1979 and received the Grammy Award in 1982 for Best Female Vocalist. Early and Late Show!

  • Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017

    Say Anything (night 1)

    SOLD OUT!

  • Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017

    Soul Power Band (prime time show)

    Soul Power Band is a soul and R&B band from the Phoenix area that has gained a loyal following due to its smooth grooves and rich harmonies. The band fuses its interpretations of Motown and funk with the blues to create its unique sound.

    21+ show

  • Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017

    Tramps and Thieves and Walleye

    Tempe's Tramps and Thieves have been around since 2001. The band's brand of outlaw country with a folk edge as well is a crowd favorite. Their fourth album Galloping Hearts was released in 2014. Walleye opens this 21+ show.

  • Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017

    The Righteous Brothers

    With a string of #1 classics, including the most played song in radio history, You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame duo of Bill Medley and Bobby Hatfield topped the charts in four decades. After Bobby passed away in 2003, Bill Medley continued to perform to sold-out crowds around the world, but fans and friends pleaded with him to keep The Righteous Brothers alive. Says Medley, "No one could ever take Bobby’ s place, but when I caught Bucky Heard’ s show it all came together – I found the right guy to help me recreate the magic."  

    The concert experience features their biggest hits – Lovin’ Feelin’, Soul & Inspiration, Unchained Melody, Rock and Roll Heaven, Medley’s Grammy-winning Dirty Dancing theme The Time of My Life, and much, much more!