Upcoming Shows

Feb 16
Feb 17
Feb 18
  • Monday, Feb. 18, 2019

    Sundressed / Awakebutstillinbed

    After a string of releases dabbling in different sounds, Sundressed began to truly find their unique voice on their early 2015 EP, Dig Up A Miracle. Now with the release of The Same Condition, the band continue to deliver on the promise of their earlier work, creating endearingly honest melodic punk mixed with shades of indie rock, and massive hooks to spare.

  • Monday, Feb. 18, 2019

    Smoking Popes with New Chums, The Breakup Society

    Smoking Popes are an American pop punk band from the northwest suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, formed in 1991.

    with New Chums , The Breakup Society

    Tickets in store at STINKWEEDS and online at

  • Tempe Symphony @ Tempe Center For The Arts Feb. 18
  • Heli Lanz @ Old Town Tavern Feb. 18
  • Monday, Feb. 18, 2019

    Y La Bamba, Kera and Willeta

    Y La Bamba has been many things, but at the heart of it is singer-songwriter Luz Elena Mendoza’s inquisitive sense of self. Armed with the emotionality of traditional música Mexicana and the storytelling of American folk, Y La Bamba’s artistry is not just their musical ability but Mendoza's search for unadulterated truth. It is in an ancestral, spiritual journey in which Mendoza comes to terms with the influence and limitations of her upbringing. Mendoza’s experience of childhood summers in the San Joaquin Valley listening to mariachi, of being raised strict Catholic by immigrant parents, of being a woman having to prove herself to the boys, paints strokes of both melancholy and healing on the tracks. "From the way that my family struggles, to the way they shoot the shit… it’s so different from whiteness," Mendoza says. "It's a different dimension." There latest album is entitled Mujeres. Kera from southern California delivers "bipolar folk" and Willeta from Phoenix creates dreamy, drone folk, Americana, lo-fi space jams. 21+ show

Feb 19
  • Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019

    Extreme Acoustic Guitar Featuring Bill Dutcher, Adam Armijo, and Mark Miracle

    When Bill Dutcher picks up an acoustic guitar, the music that fills the room cannot be branded with a simple sentence. When you see him play live you’re experiencing an event that shatters the preconceived notion of what a solo acoustic can do.

    Adam Armijo is an American guitarist and in-demand session musician currently residing in the Phoenix area. Growing up in an art- and music-loving home, Armijo took to guitar very early and began playing professionally at the age of sixteen. He is known for his unique approach, musicality, and the ability to play many genres authentically.

    Award-winning mandolinist Mark Miracle has been playing bluegrass/Americana music for over forty years. His stylings and expertise have made him a sought-after bandmate, guest artist, and teacher. His roots deep in traditional bluegrass are only the foundation for what Mark brings as a contemporary musician and vocalist.

  • Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019

    Rosanne Cash

    The four-time Grammy Award winner, with 15 albums to her credit, is one of the country’s pre-eminent singer-songwriters with 21 Top 40 hits and 11 No. 1 singles. She also is the author of four books, including the best-selling memoir, Composed, which the Chicago Tribune called “one of the best accounts of an American life you’ll likely ever read.”

  • Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019

    Justin Nozuka

    Justin Nozuka

Feb 20
  • Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019

    Will From Brazil

    We're bringing in a burst of flavor from South America with The WillFromBrazil Band! William De Carvalho, nicknamed "WillfromBrazil" has been blending Bossa Nova and Samba from his homeland with a plethora of American sounds from Classic rock to Soul, Motown and R&B. He has been active in the scenes of Chicago, Miami, Saint Louis, San Diego and many more while on tour with Alma mater Chicago Samba. You are certain to be pleasantly surprised by many of his inspired and heartfelt renditions.

  • Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019

    Cypress Hill

    w/ Hollywood Undead

  • Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019


    An American punk revival band that draws on classic early British punk for its inspiration, the U.S. Bombs formed with a lineup of vocalist Duane Peters, guitarists Chuck Briggs and Kerry Martinez, bassist Wade Walston, and drummer AZ local Chip Hanna.

    Over 21 years ago (Sept.-Oct. 1989) in Pomona Valley, CA was the birth of Total Chaos. Created out of the desperate need to save a dying genre of punk rock- during a time that the market was saturated with a more commercial new style. Along the side of a dedicated few other bands who believed in the dying genre and all that it represented- to them it was not only music- but a forum- to convey important political and social views.

    With ASS WIPE JUNKIES, CAMEL ENAMEL. This show is 21+ Tickets available online and at STINKWEEDS.

Feb 21
  • Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019

    Nothing More

    w/ Of Mice and Men, Badflower, Palisades

  • Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019

    RAW Artists Phoenix presents Reflect

    Returning once again to The Pressroom, our artists have been working tirelessly to create this multidisciplinary art experience for you!


    Immerse yourself in this experience and enjoy the local talents of Phoenix, Scottsdale, and surrounding areas! 21+ event

  • Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019

    Nachito Herrera: Bach to Havana

    Combining Western Classical music with traditional Cuban rhythms, Nachito Herrera has been at the forefront of an exciting renaissance in Cuban music. While in his twenties, Herrera took the job of musical director at the famous Tropicana nightclub in Havana, Cuba, playing every night and deepening his repertoire. He spent the late 1990s touring with ¡Cubanismo!, serving as lead pianist, arranger, and musical director as they toured the world. Herrera received an American Heritage Award from the American Immigration Council, one of three musicians in 2012 to receive this prestigious prize (the last Latin musician to receive the honor was Carlos Santana). He was also named an Immigrant of Distinction by the State of Minnesota in 2014.

  • Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019

    Ali A & The Agency

    W/ The Agency + The Deadbeat Cousins + Lost In The Sun

  • Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019

    Dark Star Orchestra

    As its name suggests, the Dark Star Orchestra is a Grateful Dead tribute band named after the Dead's famous song "Dark Star." It was organized by engineer/producer Bob Matthews, a longtime associate of the Dead who worked on albums by the band from the late '60s to the early '80s.

Feb 22
  • Friday, Feb. 22, 2019


    Slothrust is principal songwriter, singer, guitar player and unrepentant aesthete Leah Wellbaum, with drummer Will Gorin and bassist Kyle Bann. On their fourth full-length albumThe Pact, Slothrust constructs a luscious, ethereal cosmos perforated with wormy portals and magic wardrobes, demonstrating more clearly than ever the band’s deft shaping of contrasting sonic elements to forge a muscular sound that’s uniquely their own.The album was recorded in LosAngeles with producer and mixer Billy Bush (Garbage, Neon Trees, The Boxer Rebellion), cultivating their potent brew of classically informed, soulful rockin the fertile Brooklyn indie scene.

  • Friday, Feb. 22, 2019

    Thomas Erak and The Shoreline

    With Dead American, Demon In Me, Those Kind of People

  • Friday, Feb. 22, 2019

    Trippie Redd "Life's a Trip" Tour with Lil Keed and Lil Duke

    Trippie Redd will perform at The Pressroom this evening on the "Life's a Trip" tour. Lil Keed and Lil Duke will also be on this All Ages bill.

  • Vic Mensa @ ASU Feb. 22
  • Friday, Feb. 22, 2019


    Tickets on sale 10/30!

  • Friday, Feb. 22, 2019

    Ella Mai [SOLD OUT]

    Casually commanding R&B vocalist and songwriter whose 2018 single "Boo'd Up" went Top Five pop and was nominated for two Grammys.

    With with Kiana Lede, Lucky Daye

Feb 23
  • Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019

    Humdinger Festival

    The festival gives local talent an opportunity to play the large stage and gives music fans a full day of music to enjoy a host of talented musicians. Humdinger plans to showcase local talent each month at the Amphitheatre, thru June, which will enable 50 Arizona acts to perform for music fans during these 5 extraordinary presentations.

  • Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019

    R. Carlos Nakai Quartet [Night 1]

    With the R. Carlos Nakai Quartet, R. Carlos Nakai continues his musical experiment by joining the haunting sound of the cedar flute with sax, bass, keyboards, drums, and female vocals.

    Of Navajo-Ute heritage, Nakai is the world’s premier performer of the Native American flute. Originally trained in classical trumpet and music theory, Nakai was given a traditional cedar flute as a gift and challenged to see what he could do with it. His first album, Changes, was released on the Canyon Records Productions label in 1983, and since then he has released over sixteen more recordings with Canyon. In addition to his solo appearances throughout the United States, Europe, and Japan, Nakai has worked with guitarist William Eaton, pianist Peter Kater, the classical ensemble Tos, and various symphonies; founded the classical jazz ensemble Jackalope; and released an album, Island of Bows, with Wind Travelin’ Band, a traditional Japanese ensemble from Kyoto.

  • Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019

    Downtown Chamber Series

    The Downtown Chamber Series returns to the epic historic Icehouse for an all strings program featuring works by Mozart, Schnittke, Golijov, and Bartok.

Feb 24
  • Sunday, Feb. 24, 2019

    Alex Mullins

    w/ LDYKLLR + Danielle Durack + Al Bermudez

    Singer-songwriter from Arizona, writing danceable, modern pop music. After a year and a half run with Alex Mullins & The Royal, Alex Mullins ventured into his solo career to explore his Folk, Soul and Funk influences.

  • Sunday, Feb. 24, 2019


    Blueface is a rap and hip hop artist from Los Angeles. All Ages Show

  • Sunday, Feb. 24, 2019

    R. Carlos Nakai Quartet [Night 2]

    With the R. Carlos Nakai Quartet, R. Carlos Nakai continues his musical experiment by joining the haunting sound of the cedar flute with sax, bass, keyboards, drums, and female vocals.

    Of Navajo-Ute heritage, Nakai is the world’s premier performer of the Native American flute. Originally trained in classical trumpet and music theory, Nakai was given a traditional cedar flute as a gift and challenged to see what he could do with it. His first album, Changes, was released on the Canyon Records Productions label in 1983, and since then he has released over sixteen more recordings with Canyon. In addition to his solo appearances throughout the United States, Europe, and Japan, Nakai has worked with guitarist William Eaton, pianist Peter Kater, the classical ensemble Tos, and various symphonies; founded the classical jazz ensemble Jackalope; and released an album, Island of Bows, with Wind Travelin’ Band, a traditional Japanese ensemble from Kyoto.

  • Sunday, Feb. 24, 2019

    Downtown Chamber Series

    Night 2. The Downtown Chamber Series returns to the epic historic Icehouse for an all strings program featuring works by Mozart, Schnittke, Golijov, and Bartok.

Feb 25
  • Monday, Feb. 25, 2019

    Joy Williams of The Civil Wars with Special Guest Anthony da Costa [SOLD OUT]

    Joy Williams is a singer-songwriter from Santa Cruz, California, who now lovingly calls Nashville, Tennessee, home. Formerly of four-time Grammy Award–winning folk, country, and Americana duo the Civil Wars, Williams recently recorded her forthcoming solo album, Front Porch, produced by Kenneth Pattengale of the Milk Carton Kids. Following the recent birth of her second child, Williams is steadily performing new music from Front Porch live in advance of the album’s release in 2019.

  • Monday, Feb. 25, 2019

    Mozes and the Firstborn

    The Californian label Burger Records released Mozes and the Firstborn's self-titled debut album in 2014. Since then the band has embarked on international tours with The Growlers, Unknown Mortal Orchestra and Together Pangea, crisscrossing the United States and Europe. In 2016 the band released Great Pile of Nothing, a more introvert and mellow album. The past year Mozes and the Firstborn have been recording new tunes for their third full-length album, due for release in 2019.

    W/ Pretty Years + The Smiling Faces

Feb 26
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  • Monday, Mar. 04, 2019


    W/ Zoe and July Talk

  • Monday, Mar. 04, 2019

    Adia Victoria

    Adia Victoria continued to dazzle and confound with her first studio album, Beyond the Bloodhounds. The album takes its title from a line in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl by Harriet Jacobs. Just as Jacobs sought to get beyond the reach of her master’s bloodhounds, Victoria is always reaching beyond the facile notions of what a Black woman artist should look like and sound like. Instead of following the model of the folks that she saw around her who had been worn down by white supremacy, poverty, and oppression in the rural South Carolina town she grew up in, Victoria set off to shape a life of her own making.

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  • Friday, Mar. 15, 2019

    Pot of Gold

  • Friday, Mar. 15, 2019

    Cash & King

    Steven Kent, along with his band are accomplished performers, providing audiences with their rendition of Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley songs like you never have heard them before. Steven Kent continues to mesmerize audiences with interesting stories and dialogue of meeting both these iconic leagues. Whether you are a Johnny Cash or Elvis Presley fan or just love music, you must see what these incredible musicians do on stage. Steven Kent, an international singer-songwriter, is without a doubt one of the finest entertainers in this country and his band is one of the best you will see live. This is not an impersonator or tribute show with jumpsuits; It's a celebration of music show for the two most iconic legends in popular music history, highlighting the talents and tragedies of both, Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley from the heart with passion.

  • Friday, Mar. 15, 2019

    One Ok Rock

    With Waterparks and Stand Atlantic

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  • Saturday, Apr. 06, 2019

    Zakir Hussain: Masters of Percussion

    Zakir Hussain is today appreciated both in the field of percussion and in the music world at large as an international phenomenon. A classical tabla virtuoso of the highest order, his consistently brilliant and exciting performances have not only established him as a national treasure in his own country, India, but gained him worldwide fame. His playing is marked by uncanny intuition and masterful improvisational dexterity, founded in formidable knowledge and study

Apr 07
Apr 10
  • Wednesday, Apr. 10, 2019

    Lucky Devils

    The Lucky Devils play a mix of old-school favorites, top 40, motown, rock, funk, jazz, soul, swing, 70s/80s/90s hits and more. You can see them around town playing weddings, corporate events and other types of public functions. 21+ show

Apr 11
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  • Saturday, Apr. 13, 2019

    Calvin Johnson: with Golden Boots and Josué Kinter

    Calvin Johnson established K Records in 1982 and founded Dub Narcotic Studio in 1993. He has performed with groups such as Beat Happening, The Go Team, Halo Benders, Dub Narcotic Sounds System, and The Hive Dwellers. He tours as a solo artist, and also performs as Selector Dub Narcotic.

    He is touring in support of his new album “A Wonderful Beast.” Calvin entered the Audio Eagle Studio in Nashville, TN using the premise “Rock’n’roll Will Never Die” as a starting point. Working closely with Producer Patrick Carney and Chief Engineer Marc Whitmore, the team tested the resiliency of such time honored materials as the electric guitar, modular synthesizer and trap drum kit, combining them in various ratios with musical elements like chords A, C and D minor. The results are the Frankenstein’s monster of an album, “A Wonderful Beast.”

    Golden BooTs are Tucson, Arizona’s tropical cowboys, continue to create their unique and diverse music distilled from the dusty depths and strip malls of the American southwest. Part rock, part country, part absurdity, and all weird, the toe-tapping ramshackle hydra that is Golden BooTs transforms again into their latest incarnation, the “Tropical Trio”. Founding members Dimitri Manos and Ryen Eggleston have teamed up with long-time collaborator and potential group hallucination, tidypaws, to form one the most unique arrangements of the group in their wildly varying 15 year history. Armed only with an electric guitar, omnichord, saxophone and their wits, the Boots have released a new album "H.A.L.T." and hit the road to bring the weirdness to the world.

    Josué Kinter is a local singer-songwriter who's dark and dreamy sound is equal parts Bauhaus, Neil Young, and Townes Van Zandt. Josué went solo recently and established his backing band, the Dreamy Draw Boys after moving on from previous projects: deathrock band Hex Wave and surf-punk band Rum Drinker. This is going to be their first formal show playing a full 20 minute set of all new material.

    All ages!

  • Saturday, Apr. 13, 2019

    Adrianna Marie and Her Groovecutters

    Adrianna Marie and Her Groovecutters will bring their smooth blues and roots music sound back to the Rhythm Room this evening. Adrianna Marie was the daughter of 60's folk group The Carolee Singers and grew up in the music scene, starting to perform live at the tender age of 10. She continued to study music throughout her childhood and eventually left for California when she was 17 with just her guitar in hand. Her blues, folk and jazz stylings have progressed ever since. LA Jones, Jerry Donato and Marcus Bashore will also be performing this evening. 21+ show

Apr 14
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  • Wednesday, Apr. 17, 2019

    Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox

    To usher in the upcoming Twenty-Twenties, famed time-twisting musical collective Postmodern Jukebox will circumnavigate the globe in 2019 on their Welcome to the Twenties 2.0 Tour. The tour is meant to prepare the world for a new decade -- one that Postmodern Jukebox creator Scott Bradlee hopes will see a return to the style and craftsmanship that typified the music of past generations.
    < “Last time around the 'Twenties gave us Jazz, America's one true art form. Who knows what is possible in the 2020s?" says Bradlee. "One thing that is for sure is that there are a lot of folks that are tired of the clickbait headlines, mindless reality TV, and smartphone addiction that has only served to divide people in the last decade. We're using our small corner of the pop culture space to tell people to forget their troubles, and come join us for a night of celebrating true musical talent and timeless style - live and in real life."

Apr 18
  • Thursday, Apr. 18, 2019


    20 Year Anniversary Tour - It's Dark & Hell is Hot

  • Thursday, Apr. 18, 2019

    Wayne "The Train" Hancock, Brea Burns and the Boleros and DJ Thornhill

    Wayne "The Train" Hancock plays a style of music that has been dubbed "juke joint swing". This genre combines big band, blues, honky-tonk, Texas rockabilly and western swing. Since releasing his first album over 20 years ago Wayne Hancock has toured relentlessly, delivering his raw style of music to his fans. His latest release was 2016's Slingin' Rhythm. Brea Burns and the Boleros are a classic honky tonk and country band. Originally hailing from southern California, this band is now based in Phoenix and has established a great reputation for delivering energetic shows. DJ Thornhill will also be spinning tunes during this 21+ show.

Apr 19
  • Friday, Apr. 19, 2019

    Days on the Green Festival

  • Friday, Apr. 19, 2019


    w/ Locksmith

  • Friday, Apr. 19, 2019

    Sugar Thieves

    The Sugar Thieves return to the Rhythm Room, bringing their terrific mix of blues with a hot dance groove. The band has won numerous local music awards, including the Phoenix Blues Society’s Arizona Blues Showdown three times and the Best Americana Band in 2009 by the Phoenix New Times "Summer of Sound Series". The band even competed in the International Blues Challenge held in Memphis in 2009, 2010 and 2013. The Sugar Thieves have released six discs during their career with their latest being Two Cups.

    21+ show

Apr 20
  • Saturday, Apr. 20, 2019


  • Saturday, Apr. 20, 2019

    Soul Power Band

    Soul Power Band is a soul and R&B band from the Phoenix area that has gained a loyal following due to its smooth grooves and rich harmonies. The band fuses its interpretations of Motown and funk with the blues to create its unique sound.

    21+ show

Apr 22
Apr 23
  • Tuesday, Apr. 23, 2019

    Los Straitjackets and Igor and the Red Elvises

    Los Straitjackets is an American instrumental rock band that formed in Nashville, Tennessee in 1988. Originally comprising guitarists Danny Amis (formerly of the Raybeats), Eddie Angel and drummer L. J. "Jimmy" Lester under the name The Straitjackets, the band split up soon after forming, but reunited as Los Straitjackets in 1994 with the addition of bassist E. Scott Esbeck. Esbeck left the band in 1998 and was replaced by Pete Curry. The current lineup also features Greg Townson on guitar and Chris "Sugarballs" Sprague on drums. The band has released fourteen studio albums, four collaboration albums and three live albums with their latest release being 2017's What's So Funny About Peace Love And Los Straitjackets.

    Igor and the Red Elvises return to its Valley home base at the Rhythm Room this evening! Igor and the Red Elvises began creating music back in 1995 after Igor Yuzov had moved to the United States coming from his home in Russia. The band has gone through many line-ups over the years, but two things remain constant; Yuzov's sense of humor and the band's knack for making music that incorporates styles such as rock and roll, rockabilly and surf with a strong Russian influence. 21+ show

Apr 26
  • Friday, Apr. 26, 2019

    Banana Gun, Snailmate, The Psychedelephants and Future Exes

    Banana Gun is a five-piece alternative jazz, rock and blues band from Phoenix. Their most recent album, Dance Monkey Down in Faux Town was released in May 2017. Snailmate is a melting pot of musical styles that emerges from the muddle with a humorous hip hop-electronica-funk fusion. They formed in early 2015 by Kalen Lander and Ariel Monet in Phoenix. Their latest EP is Existential Anxiety released early 2018. The Psychedelephants are described as a jazz/grunge and heavy psych-op outfit out of Tempe. Their latest effort The Abyss was released October 2018. Future Exes is a 5 piece dirty blues rock band from Tempe. 21+ show

Apr 27
  • Saturday, Apr. 27, 2019

    Elvis Costello & the Imposters (Date Change)

    On sale now! Change of Date from 11/27 to 4/27/19!

  • Saturday, Apr. 27, 2019


    With Thy Art Is Murder and While She Sleeps. On sale 1/18!

  • Saturday, Apr. 27, 2019

    Danielle Nicole

    Danielle Nicole is a dynamic blues artist. As a child Danielle Nicole sang for her family and took ballet, dance and tap lessons but it was not until she was 12 that she took the stage singing the first time. Two years later she was singing in coffeehouses and when she turned 16 she started singing lead in her father's band. All this experience as well as other bands she played in led to her along with her brothers Nick and Kris starting a family band called Trampled Under Foot. That band was around for 13 years and released several albums including 2013's Badlands which debuted at #1 on the Billboard Blues Album chart. Her first full-length solo disc was entitled Wolf Den. That album was nominated in May 2016 by the Blues Blast Music Awards for New Artist Debut Album. She also was nominated in the Female Blues Artist category. Her latest album is entitled Cry No More and was nominated for a Grammy for Best Contemporary Blues Album.

    21+ show

Apr 28
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May 01
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  • Thursday, May. 02, 2019


    w/Lamb of God, Amon Amarth, Cannibal Corpse

  • Thursday, May. 02, 2019

    Jake Shimabukuro

    Compared to the likes of Miles Davis and Jimi Hendrix, ukulele master Jake Shimabukuro is bringing his lightning-fast fingers and revolutionary playing techniques back to Mesa Arts Center for an enthralling evening of jazz, pop and funk. One of the world’s most exciting and innovative ukulele players and composers, Jake redefines ukulele music--performing everything from traditional Hawaiian tunes to covers of popular hits like George Harrison’s “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” and Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody.”

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  • Friday, May. 17, 2019

    Lea Salonga

    Possessing a powerful voice and perfect pitch, Lea Salonga is a singer and actress best known for her Tony Award-winning role in Miss Saigon. She also has won the Olivier, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Theatre World Awards for her work in musical theater. Fans of all ages recognize Salonga’s voice as that of Princess Jasmine from Aladdin and Fa Mulan in Mulan and Mulan II.

May 18
  • Saturday, May. 18, 2019

    Tedeschi Trucks Band

    Tedeschi Trucks Band carries a distinguished reputation as one of the premier live bands performing today - and they show no signs of slowing down as they head into their ninth year together. Led by Derek Trucks’ stinging fretwork and Susan Tedeschi’s naturally stunning, emotive vocals and guitar talents, the 12-member strong collective continues to expand musical boundaries in ways that only a rare calbre of musician can achieve. The band is touring in 2019 behind their fourth studio album, Signs. Commanding performances and exceptional musical chemistry – hallmarks of the can’t-miss-concert experieence fans have come to anticipate live – are evident throughout the album’s eleven original tracks. From uplifting soulful anthems, to bittersweet ballads and drving rock and roll, Tedeschi Trucks Band delivers a sound and message that taps tradition while also extending the edges of American music with a genre defying collection that is all their own.

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Jul 06
  • Saturday, Jul. 06, 2019

    New Found Glory


  • Saturday, Jul. 06, 2019


    Percepcion Tour 2019!

  • Saturday, Jul. 06, 2019

    Dick Dale and Grave Danger

    The "King of the Surf Guitar" is and always will be the legendary Dick Dale. This is an artist that absolutely pushed the limits on what a guitar could do, creating a sound fans never heard before and many have tried to duplicate since. When he first started jamming on the Fender Stratocaster Electric Guitar he was a left-handed artist playing a guitar made for a right handed musician. What made this style so innovative and crazy was the fact that not only did he play the guitar initially upside down but backwards as well, meaning he did this without restringing the guitar!

    Dick Dale introduced a type of reverb that created the "wet" sound he became famous for as well as creating that sound using incredibly fast scales. More than a half century later Dick Dale is not only still playing but he is still an incredible influence on the latest generation of guitar players.

    With a vast catalog of powerful surf music to choose from every Dick Dale concert is an awesome experience. And yes, he still delivers a mind-blowing rendition of "Misirlou" live. Seeing the legend is such an intimate setting is going to be awesome.

    What a perfect pick to open this show! One of THE punk veterans in the Valley, vocalist/guitarist Kevin Daly fronts Grave Danger, a trio that plays a killer style of surf-informed rockabilly. Daly has played in some of the Valley's most legendary alternative bands, including Grant and the Geezers and Hellfire. 21+ show

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