Day One: Tucson Hip Hop Festival 2019 features a zine workshop and open mic with Ojala Systems at La Pilita. Details here.
If music is food for the soul, then this band is a Thanksgiving feast. Pioneering the sound best summed up as “maximum rock ‘n’ soul,”
The Bellrays administer a mighty dose of Black Lightning at 191 Toole. Oakland garage punks
The Atom Age opens the show. Details here.
Rumor has it, tickets for
Courtesy of The Sea of Glass
Trippie Redd’s Life’s A Trip Tour at the Rialto Theatre have sold out. Details here.
Full of joy and energy, these siblings are three-time Canadian fiddle and stepdance champions. From the Ottawa Valley,
The Fitzgeralds rollick into the Sea of Glass Center for the Arts. Details here.
Occasionally melancholy, often lively and always sweet,
Two-Door Hatchback delight at Exo Roast Co. Details here.
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The Al Foul Trio deliver a raucous time at Owls Club. Details here.
Often called the “Tom Waits of Mariachi,” singer
Carlos Medina sets out on a five-state tour with his latest record El Cantador. “It’s straight-up mariachi,” says Medina. But outside of his musical influences, there’s nothing “traditional” about this bootstrapping DIY musician’s career path. At Club Congress. With
Street Blues Family. Details here.
This “genial guitar genius” and singer has been credited with re-popularizing jazz.
The John Pizzarelli Trio “reinvigorate the Great American Songbook.” at the Fox Theatre. Details here.