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Tony Martinez Bids Farewell to Phoenix at Valley Fever

8 years ago by Yezmin Villarreal
Tony Martinez took naps in his father's guitar case when he was a baby. He would cry and cry at his father's shows, and would only stop when he was put in the guitar case and fall asleep to the sound of the music playing. The first time he recalls...

Arizona's Migrant Graveyard: Searching for Bodies and Bones in the Borderlands

10 days ago by Josh Kelety
The number of suspected migrant remains recovered in southern Arizona surged in 2020.
Best Of Winner

Best Country Bar

The Dirty Drummer

If you like both kinds of music — country and western — then The Dirty Drummer Eatin' and Drinkin' Place is a must-visit. This honky-tonk slash sports bar and grill has been around in the same spot since 1975, when it was opened by Frank "Drummer" Armstrong and his partner, "Dirty"...

Best of Phoenix 2020: The Greatest Places to Hear Live Music

6 months ago by New Times Staff
We can't wait to go back to these metro Phoenix venues.

Updated: A Running List of Phoenix Concerts Canceled Due to the Coronavirus

9 months ago by Benjamin Leatherman
Judas Priest, Deftones, and Primus have all rescheduled their concerts in the Valley to 2021.

The 12 Best Concerts in Phoenix This Week

Featuring EarthGang, Juliana Hatfield, Saint Motel, and more.

Demos to Dining: Phoenix Musicians Are Opening Bars and Restaurants

2 years ago by Lauren Cusimano
Why is this happening now? Why is it happening here? The answer is pretty sweet.

50: Monica Aissa Martinez

11 years ago by Claire Lawton
50: Monica Aissa Martinez Monica Aissa Martinez paints, draws, print-makes, and on occasion, mask-makes. She has a blog where she writes about her creative stuff -- her stuff, his/her stuff, maybe even your stuff.  And you may be able to catch her (and her work) at at the Modified's Converging...

First Look: The Dirty Drummer Has New Owners and a Stage, but the Same Beat

2 years ago by Lauren Cusimano
The 40-year-old bar got an update, but the atmosphere remains untouched.

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