Summerland Tour Featuring Everclear, Sugar Ray, Gin Blossoms, Marcy Playground, and Lit Tuesday, July 3, 2012 Comerica Theatre See also: Our full Summerland slideshow, featuring Gin Blossoms, Everclear, Lit, Marcy Playground, and Sugar Ray. See also: Should We Feel Bad About '90s Nostalgia? See als ... More >>
This year more than ever before, the festival sought to showcase local bands making the event truly reflective of Tempe. Inviting a few legendary hometown heroes to play didnâ€™t hurt either. The most exciting headliner was, of course, the long awaited return of the Meat Puppets. Though they havenâ ... More >>
Can the Gin Blossoms make a comeback?
The gigs are great, but the strains of middle age catch up with the Gin Blossoms
With help from Wilco and the Gin Blossoms, Tommy Keene chases down the sound he was after 20 years ago
After five years of fits and starts, Gin Blossoms songwriter/guitarist Jesse Valenzuela finally launches a solo career
The Gin Blossoms re-form again, and this time it might be for more than one gig
Pop's gold-dust woman bounces back from drugs, depression and sluggish sales
Older, wiser Pistoleros are no longer defined by rock 'n' roll, but they're still committed to it
Robin Wilson thought the Gas Giants would be a great new beginning. He had no idea what he was getting into.
The Gin Blossoms bloom again with a greatest-hits collection, a reunion show and talk of a new album
Los Guys turn loose-knit side project into something meaningful
As we reach the fifth anniversary of Doug Hopkins' suicide, his best music remains unheard by all but a few friends
Roger Clyne and P.H. Naffah embark on a post-Refreshments career with The Peacemakers
Six years after the death of glam, Psycho Gypsy is making the Valley safe for mascara and spandex
Tempe Bowl fires a strike in its first shot as a rock venue
Marshall Crenshaw goes back to the drawing board and comes up with a shiny new Miracle of Science
The Chimeras are the Tempe band that would not die
WHAT'S IN A NAME? PLENTY, WHEN IT'S THE GIN BLOSSOMS.