Upcoming Shows

Jun 20
Jun 21
Jun 22
Jun 23
Jun 24
Jun 25
  • Coach Taylor @ Copper Blues Jun. 25
  • Monday, Jun. 25, 2018

    Kenny Garrett

    For more than thirty years, Grammy Award–winning saxophonist, arranger, composer, and bandleader Kenny Garrett has garnered critical recognition for his versatility in jazz, blues, and R&B contexts. The Detroit native began his career performing with the Duke Ellington Orchestra and the Mel Lewis Orchestra. In the early 1980s, Garrett began working with Miles Davis, becoming a member of Davis’s working group—a collaboration that lasted for five years.

    With more than twenty recordings as a leader as well as appearing on more than 230 as a sideman, Garrett has performed and recorded with a multitude of musical icons, including Art Blakey, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, and Q-Tip. Garrett maintains a prolific touring and recording schedule with his own band as well as the world’s most acclaimed jazz legends. In 2008–2009, Garrett joined Chick Corea and John McLaughlin’s supergroup, Five Peace Band, featuring label mate Christian McBride and Vinnie Colaiuta (and later, Brian Blade). The group’s eponymous album won a Grammy Award in 2010. Additionally, Garrett was a featured member of Corea’s Freedom Band, which included Christian McBride and Roy Haynes.

  • Monday, Jun. 25, 2018


    Psyko Steve presents

    The Regrettes
    with special guests
    Destroy Boys
    The Rebel Set

    June 25th at The Rebel Lounge!
    Doors at 7pm / show at 730pm
    All ages

  • Monday, Jun. 25, 2018

    Deja Voodoo / Coffee Cat / Smooth Hands / George Washingtub

    Cool off after a hot summer Monday and come listen to some bangers with us at The Trunk Space! Live performances from local bands Cool off after a hot summer Monday and come listen to some bangers with us at The Trunk Space! Live performances from local bands: Deja Voodoo - Phx local band loosely self proclaimed mexi-surf with a hint of jazz. Coffee Cat - These songs are baby birds ready to leave the nest. Inspired by suburban surroundings and human emotions. Simple songs for complex creatures, hoping to win the favor of houseplants everywhere. Smooth Hands - Garage Indieish, they don't know yet. It's their debut show! George Washingtub - Folk Punk music from Phoenix, Arizona. The Tub's music is that of a lost generation. Let's hope that generation is never found. $6 at the door. Come vibe with us. Maybe bring your dancing shoes. Doors open at 7pm Show starts at 8pm

  • Fuzz Huzzi, Ash Black andThe Kentucky Rifles @ Rogue Bar Jun. 25
  • Benzi @ Maya Day & Nightclub Jun. 25
Jun 26
  • Tuesday, Jun. 26, 2018

    Extreme Acoustic Guitar Featuring Bill Dutcher, Jay Poole, and Mike Gallaher

    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 artist is capable of. You’re witnessing the fusion of six strings, ten fingers, unorthodox instruments, and various electronics blend a unique cocktail of rock, blues, and classical as well as Middle Eastern and Celtic flavors into an acoustic symphony.

    Jay Poole, an alumnus of Boston’s Berklee College of Music, has called Metro Phoenix his home for the last fifteen years. A consummate sideman, he has played with some of the area’s most popular bands, including Delcoa, Easton Ashe, and the Walkens. As a versatile, in-demand session player, Poole has worked on recent releases from Jay Allan and Ryan Sims as well as on three of his own solo albums.

    Michael Gallaher, originally from Baltimore, Maryland, is a passionate, fiery guitarist with a fine melodic sense. He left Baltimore at the young age of eighteen to pursue his musical destiny and spent the next several years on the road. A Texas stopover turned into a ten-year sojourn, during which time he became a fixture on the Dallas music scene, recording and performing with a literal Who’s Who of modern music. It was during this time that he was voted as “Texas Tornado” by the Dallas Observer as the year’s best jazz player, joining the ranks of such former winners as Stevie Ray Vaughan, Eric Johnson, and Johnny Winter.

  • Tuesday, Jun. 26, 2018

    Brick + Mortar

    with The Unlikely Candidates.

  • Tuesday, Jun. 26, 2018

    Folkpunk Night at Trunkspace! w/Bridge City Sinners (Portland)

    Folk/punk night at The Trunk Space! Come out and rage. 7$ (for the touring bands!) The Bridge City Sinners - Making waves all the way from Portland with their aggressive folk and a viral video rendition of "St. James Infirmary" getting over one million views, they are not to be missed. Clyde and the Milltailers (solo) - Clyde of the Milltailers bringing broken down banjo "rag-grass", old-timey soulful style as direct support on tour from Colorado! The Haymarket Squares - You already know who the heck it is. Bringin' the "punkgrass" energy, a perfect fit for the night. Travis James & The Acrimonious Assembly Of Arsonists - Piano & punk, bringing a bit of trouble to the mix... and debuting some new material!

  • The Morning After, The Smiling Faces, Kachina Dolls and Facadessy @ Rogue Bar Jun. 26