Arizona State Fair concerts aren't like most concerts--and this isn't even about the average age of the performers involved. They're different because you can go to them almost by accident. Exhausted your fried food budget? Unwilling or unable to win your sweetheart a gigantic, unlicensed Angry Bird ... More >>
A legendary drummer should go out with a bang
Mexico City's El Tri gives its all to the fans literally
After nearly three decades, the fateful desert meeting between Tom Waits and John Hammond is fully realized with the release of Wicked Grin
Singer-songwriter Preacher Boy keeps it on the move with a brand of unconventional blues
From a big-name tribute to some big-beat remixes, the Doors' catalogue bulges with a soft parade of new releases
Ben Harper continues to widen his path with the eclectic Burn to Shine
The Fat Possum Label Showcase with R.L. Burnside
Run-D.M.C. keeps pushing to earn respectability for hip-hop
March 19-25, 1998
Arizona's tight-knit blues community is about to lose its longtime ambassador, Big Pete Pearson
After a lost decade of legal wrangling, John Fogerty pulls himself out of the swamp
Inveterate rocker Sleepy LaBeef says rockabilly begins in church
Local blues scholar Bob Corritore has refined tastes guided by one rule: The music has to come from the gut.
NANCY JACKSON MADE CHUY'S NIGHTCLUB INTO A MUSIC MECCA. NOW SHE'S DOING THE SAME FOR THE EAGLE'S NEST CHRISTIAN EMBASSY.
A STOCKINGFUL OF JOYFUL NOISES AND TANNEN-BOMBS