Yeah, yeah, yeah...we get it. Mondays suck (we've read Garfield). But it means the start of a new week, which means a bunch of killer shows in and around Phoenix. And here are a few of the coolest -- our top five must-see shows this week.
Back in the early 2000s, Sean Paul's dutty rock dominated the airwaves and party playlists all over the world. Sean Paul is making somewhat of a comeback with a new album that nobody knew was released this year. We'll see if the tracks on Tomahawk Technique are good enough to still make people drop ... More >>
The death of the CD may be neigh, but as Serene Dominic tells us, the format's demise probably won't impact punk trios like Rumspringer much. The band acts a lot like it doesn't care much, but the poetic melodic punk rock on records like Empty Towers betrays otherwise. Of course, there are those ... More >>
There are only two kinds of people in the world: those who think Sublime will always be great and those who believe Sublime could only be great as long as Bradley Nowell was around (I guess there is a third kind, too -- people who hate Sublime, but forget about those folks).Either way, it's time ... More >>
What draws better these days than older, more beloved musicians from bands such as The Beach Boys and Pink Floyd? Not much, outside of an act like Lady Gaga or Justin Beiber -- that is why both Brian Wilson and Roger Waters lead the pack for an impressively fruitful week of show announcements.Let ... More >>
Drinkin' Songs and Other Logic
But when will the rest of the country world take notice?
When does stage banter spell doom for open country discourse? And why?
Hee Haw meets Survivor, and Phoenix Patsy Cline impersonator Tasha Valentine is caught in the middle
Iraq and roll don't go together well when rockers protest
Shunning ranch life for a music career, Tommy Shane Steiner has the meat and half the hump
A valley junior college administrator is becoming an unlikely force in the national latin music movement
Tomorrow's Sounds Today (Reprise)
Three-chord heroes take the hokey out of karaoke
For the second time this decade, Ray Benson and Asleep at the Wheel pay tribute to Bob Wills
November 5-11, 1998
HE'S TRASHED BILLY RAY CYRUS. AND HE WON'T WEAR A BLACK HAT. TRAVIS TRITT'S PUT THE "OUT THERE" BACK INTO "OUTLAW."