This weekend McDowell Mountain Music Festival celebrated its 10-year anniversary in style, at a new primo location of Margret T. Hance Park, with good beer from Deschutes, and with awesome bands like The Shins, The Roots, Balkan Beat Box, Les Claypool, and more. You can catch up on our reviews, in ... More >>
The Roots @ McDowell Mountain Music Festival at Margret T. Hance Park|3/23/13About an hour into their dominating set, the legendary Roots crew pulled out a trick few other bands could get away with: Drummer Questlove and percussionist Frank Knuckles did a drum solo. An extended one. It's always been ... More >>
See also: Musical Instrument Museum Debuts "I Am AZ Music" ExhibitThe combination of live music and live art performances have become as much a part of the city of Tempe as the college campus and man-made lake that inhabit it. What better way to celebrate the thriving scene than with a two-day festi ... More >>
On Saturday, February 18, the Musical Instrument Museum debuted its "I Am AZ Music" exhibit, featuring over 40 installations that examine the scope and history of music in Arizona in celebration of the State's centennial. Reggae artist Walt Richardson performed, as well as psychedelic soul band What ... More >>
Glen Campbell at Comerica Theatre Going in, there was a fear that Glen Campbell's Goodbye Tour concert would devolve into little more than a nostalgia act. That Campbell, struggling with the early onset of Alzheimer's disease, would duly try his best to work through carefully guarded and pre-arrang ... More >>
Have you locked your weekend plans down yet? There's plenty going on -- on Source Victoria plays the Yucca on Friday, and Saturday night features three shows that couldn't be more different: Glam-rockers The Darkness, legendary singer Glen Campbell, and Michelle Blades CD release show. But there's ... More >>
In this week's music feature, New Times takes a look at the music and history of Valley DJ/reggae performer Tony Culture. Culture acts as sort of an elder statesman of reggae in Phoenix, and our interview covered much more ground than I had room to include in the paper. Culture is scheduled to p ... More >>
Not-so-perfect performers take the stage
As the debate about bringing indie rock to Phoenix's NPR station, KJZZ, continues to bubble, you'll see some mentions of internet-only Radio Phoenix as a possible solution to the problem.Personally, I think web radio is a pretty poor substitute for the over-the-air kind, but you have to respect w ... More >>
PHX's best online station stages a pledge drive of a different sort
Turns out it's too hot for Bob Dylan in Phoenix -- the legendary singer-songwriter canceled his Tuesday show at Camelback Ranch -- but you've got another chance to get tangled up in Bob next Wednesday as Jim Bachmann (check out Jim playing an Alan Jackson cover for The Sun Sessions here) and the ... More >>
You may kiss us at midnight
New Year's Eve of destruction
Wallow in your shamrock holiday
Drinking and wearing the green -- talk about lucky!
Metalmorphosis at Icehouse
Trekkies make a splash at Federation Pool Party
Teen Center gets into First Friday
Salon show buzzes Scottsdale
Goodbye, Bash on Ash. Hello, Valley live music conundrum.
A 10th Anniverary is cause for celebration
Music Showcase, Sunday, April 13 - Mill Ave.
Chandler Ostrich Festival
Now that Louis Anthony Russo has passed away, the Oxymoron'Z improv troupe will say farewell
Robin Wilson and the Gas Giants have a phantom hit
Seasoned musician Walt Richardson shares his tasty licks with the neighborhood.
48 locals have their run of the Mill
A Buck Owens tribute turns into a celebration of the local music scene
June 10 - 16, 1999
On the eve of Alice Cooper's boxed-set release party, several local musicians are cursing the bar that bears his name
Friends bid adieu to eccentric Tempe street artist and club fixture
Bombshelter DJs launch a military maneuver on Scottsdale with Pentagon Night
March 26-April 1, 1998