I've spent the past few weeks debating the merits of Vinyl (seven reasons) versus CD (five reasons) for those of us that still collect music (my final verdict is that both have great qualities, but CD is still better). It's been a fun little debate, but it doesn't really matter how you listen. I ... More >>
Tedeshi Trucks Band, B.B. King, Robert Cray @ Comerica Theatre| 9/1/12See also: Derek Trucks Talks Family Life on the Road See also: The full B.B. King SlideshowLet's get something straight: last night's show at Comerica Theatre was not a B.B. King show. It was a Tedeschi Trucks Band concert. B.B. ... More >>
Courtesy Rhythm RoomThe Rhythm Room opened in 1991, and this week the juke joint celebrates 20 years of operation by bringing in both the blues artists that have defined the place as well the local indie music that promoters like Psyko Steve bring to the room.
Less than two months ago, we announced the arrival of North Scottsdale's Canyon Club. Just as the venue began gaining ground with music fans, we received word that the venue has officially closed. No further explanation was offered. For now, some of the venue's previously scheduled shows ha ... More >>
It's a lighter load for this week's incoming shows -- mostly due to the fact that we had two different sets of incoming shows last week. That's not to say that there aren't some doozies amongst this week's announcements, though. For those fans of old-school hip hop, we have EMPD making a ruc ... More >>
The Marquee Theatre
The kiddies should be lining up as we slap a parental advisory on the latest batch of jazz, blues and heritage releases
Is secondhand cigarette residue responsible for blues legend David Trippy's inoperable cancer?
Former Rolling Stones guitarist Mick Taylor goes through the past wryly
May 21 - 27, 1998
May 14 - 20, 1998
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.