Mayer Hawthorne is a terrible, terrible rapper. Should you decide to hear "Haircut" drop a quick 16, be forewarned. But the man has pipes. The sharp-suited crooner showed a deep, well vetted knowledge of African-American music--most principally Stax and Motown soul--on last year's How Do You Do (Uni ... More >>
Wikimedia CommonsMichael Jackson at the White House in 1984.This month marks the two-year anniversary of Michael Jackson's death. Though the King of Pop passed away June 25, 2009 at the age of 50, he left behind an incomparable body of work, one that stands among the greatest contributions to en ... More >>
Here are a handful of shows that were just announced this week.
There is a new museum slated to open in Phoenix in early 2010, but it’s already kicking up some controversy. The Musical Instrument Museum, under construction at Tatum and Mayo Boulevards, just purchased a collection of rare instruments from California’s Clare ... More >>
Nowhere near divine
Songstress Michelle Branch enjoys the spoils of success
The mystery behind Britney Spears' appeal with chicks who should know better
Arizona shutterbug offers the world a wild gift of X photos
Marty Robbins is gone, but Ronny Robbins fiercely defends his father's hard-won integrity
Victims in Ecstacy will do whatever it takes to become stars. They'll even dress like boys.
Zevon's older, but he can't get much wiser
Only one man knows why the Association were the true bad boys of rock. And now we can't even find him!
Run-D.M.C. keeps pushing to earn respectability for hip-hop
Rockabilly hero Ronnie Dawson is still crazy after all these years
Phoenix guitar legend Al Casey has spent four decades standing in the shadows of stardom
Ronnie Dawson was a Dallas rockabilly sensation in 1958, but it took another 30 years for him to find the spotlight
The Blues Brothers, Marilyn, The Killer, Ol' Blue Eyes, Der Bingle and The King himself! The "Legendary Superstars" revue takes a Las Vegas formula to Apache Junction and audiences are, well, doubled over.
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In this issue: Safehouse, Duh Nobuddies, Budget Girls, Hepcat and a lethal mix of speed freaks and Tuna Helper
Hereafter, tunes extolling departed musicians should assume they might have a chance in hell
HANK BALLARD BROUGHT ROCK 'N' SEX OUT OF THE DARK AGES AND INTO THE HALL OF FAME. OH, YEAH, AND HE INVENTED THE TWIST!
THE BLOND BOMBER FROM TEXAS STILL HAS A LOTTA RHYTHM LEFT IN HIS ROCKIN' BONES
JODY "QUEEN OF THE HOUSE" MILLER IS BACK JTO RECLAIM HER CROWN
FOR 28 YEARS,THE MOODY BLUES HAVE GIVEN THEIR FANS SPIRITUAL GUIDANCE. WITH STRINGS ATTACHED.