The burning question has always been: What would Jimi Hendrix be doing now if he were still alive? Shortly before passing away at the age of 27, Hendrix was considering a move away from rock 'n' roll psychedelia to explore aspects of jazz and blues. He'd frequently been jamming with progressive jazz ... More >>
It's the Monday after the big game, which means you're back at the office, standing around the water cooler listening to your most annoying co-worker recreate his favorite Super Bowl commercial in vivid, poorly-acted detail. Excruciating, right? No fear. 5 o'clock is on its way, and this week br ... More >>
Curious what's going on around town this weekend? Need some suggestions as to how to rock, dance, or krump in the Valley of the Sun? Don't fret: These are our Five Shows to See This Weekend. Need even more shows? Check out our special, spooky-themed Halloween Weekend Must-See Show Guide.
This week happens to be a rather slow week as far as incoming artists announcements go. To be fair -- we've been bombarded with numerous exciting announcements lately, so a week of returning favorites should do us good. AWOLNATION, Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers, Tesla, and other ... More >>
Living ColourA lot has happened to punk-metal pioneers Living Colour in the 23 years since their breakthrough album, Vivid, was released. After having hits with their songs "Cult of Personality" and "Open Letter (To a Landlord)," the band broke up while the members devoted themselves to various ... More >>
E-40 is scheduled to perform on November 14 at the Venue of Scottsdale.This week's crop of just announced concerts are quite diverse, to say the least. Not only will blues-rock legends like Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Kim Wilson be making a stop at the Rhythm Room in the coming weeks, but hip-hop su ... More >>
A Chicago legend gives Phoenix the blues.
The BellRays lay the groundwork for a soul-punk revolt
Robin Wilson and the Gas Giants have a phantom hit
Todd Snider delivers his hard-living, hard-luck tales with a Tennessee drawl
Confused agenda of SXSW can't obscure the many musical highlights