Waylon Jennings sure collected a lot of strange items during his life. Now, several hundred of them are going on auction at the Musical Instrument Museum, including a motorcycle once owned by Buddy Holly, a pair of Hank Williams' boots, Willie Nelson's braids, and a whole lot of clothing, jewelery, ... More >>
Tucson favorites Lenguas Largas are making the trek up to the valley for a June 14 performance at the Yucca Tap Room with The Paul Collins Beat. Lenguas Largas began as recording project between vocalist/guitarist Isaac Reyes and guitarist Ricky Shimo in 2009, and has since expanded to the unortho ... More >>
We already told you a lot about Deer Tick in this week's paper, and we'll tell you a little more tomorrow, after tonight's show at Modified Arts but in the meantime we just wanted to give you a little reminder: DEER TICK IS TONIGHT.In case you're too lazy to click the above link:The group cranks out ... More >>
A Vagabond Dreamer, A Ryhmer and Singer of Songs. A Revolutionary in Country Music Beloved By The World By Martin Cizmar I do not generally drink in cemeteries. Yesterday, I made an exception.
Greatest Hits, Volume 1 (Volcano)
But they talked your ear off about war, morality and patriotism in the '60s. Is Young America again ready for More Talk, Less Music?
Waylon Jennings bucked the Nashville system, and became a legend in the process
Power-pop icon Marshall Crenshaw refuses to be pigeonholed as a nerdy relic of the early '80s
Rockabilly Hall of Famer Jody Reynolds kicks off a new tour with friend and hometown legend Al Casey
Pig Latin (Triple X)and Big Sandy and the Fly-Rite Boys
Seasoned musician Walt Richardson shares his tasty licks with the neighborhood.
1,161 rock stars were fatally injured in the making of The Encyclopedia of Rock Obituaries
At least nobody's demanding Geritol or Depends
A new four-disc compilation attempts to give the West Coast East Side sound its proper place in rock 'n' roll history
Against all odds, John Dixon continues to carry the torch for Phoenix's unsung musical history
May 14 - 20, 1998
Bobby Fuller billed himself "The Rock & Roll King of the Southwest." His reign was short. He dropped acid, died young and left behind some of the wildest rock guitar ever.
Los Lobos moves from East L.A. to Chicago and the Mississippi Delta on Colossal Head
A TOUGH CALIFORNIA STREET COP CAPTURES THE L.A. RIOTS ON CANVAS