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Sunday Phunday ft. Eric D Lux
Sun, 05 Oct 2014 21:00:00 +0000

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When: Oct 5, 2014 9:00:00 PM in Scottsdale, Arizona

BILL TARSHA & THE ROCKET 88S
Sat, 25 Oct 2014 21:00:00 +0000


The Rocket 88s have been a solid fixture in the Arizona music scene since the mid 1970s and in the national blues scene...The Rocket 88s cd "AZ Bootin" with legendary sax player Big Jay McNeely was a 1988 Grammy Award Nominee for best traditional blues recording. The Rocket 88s are well seasons professional blues musicians touring most of the USA through the years and exciting European audiences. Bill Tarsha, playing harmonica since the mid 60s, is a nationally known world class player winning top harmonica acclaim since the early 1970s.

When: Oct 25, 2014 9:00:00 PM in Phoenix, Arizona
Cost: $8.00

Waka Flocka Halloween Weekend
Sat, 01 Nov 2014 21:00:00 +0000

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When: Nov 1, 2014 9:00:00 PM in Scottsdale, Arizona

MakJ 10/10
Fri, 10 Oct 2014 21:00:00 +0000

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When: Oct 10, 2014 9:00:00 PM in Scottsdale, Arizona

Lil Jon 10/11
Sat, 11 Oct 2014 21:00:00 +0000

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When: Oct 11, 2014 9:00:00 PM in Scottsdale, Arizona

Duke Dumont 10/30
Thu, 30 Oct 2014 21:00:00 +0000

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When: Oct 30, 2014 9:00:00 PM in Scottsdale, Arizona

Cazette 9/26
Fri, 26 Sep 2014 21:00:00 +0000

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When: Sep 26, 2014 9:00:00 PM in Scottsdale, Arizona

Snot
Fri, 19 Dec 2014 18:00:00 +0000

with He Is Legend, Thira, Lydia Can't Breathe, Special Guests
Snot is an American Hardcore punk band from Santa Barbara, California. Formed in 1995, the band released their debut studio album Get Some with founding vocalist Lynn Strait in 1997 and disbanded after his death in 1998. In 2008, the lineup of guitarists Mike Doling and Sonny Mayo, bassist John Fahnestock and drummer Jamie Miller reunited. In 2009, a new band, Tons, was formed, with Brandon Espinoza as vocalist. As of February 2014, Snot has reformed again.

When: Dec 19, 2014 6:00:00 PM in Mesa, Arizona
Cost: $17.00 - $20.00

Dailey & Vincent
Thu, 29 Jan 2015 20:00:00 +0000

This event is all ages
Dailey & Vincent

Dailey & Vincent is one of the top Bluegrass bands in America. From the very beginning of their partnership in late 2007, Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent quickly established themselves as fresh voices in their genre. The concoction of their fantastically powerful vocal blends, 4 award-winning studio albums, and heavy touring schedules has gained them well-deserved attention from bluegrass, country, and gospel critics and fans alike. Dailey & Vincent has been recognized as 3-time IBMA Entertainer of The Year, 3-time IBMA Vocal Group of the Year, 2-time Grammy nominee, and Dove Award winners. Equally at home with material from any of the aforementioned genres, Jamie and Darrin continue to expand on the possibilities of what kinds of music can become "Dailey & Vincent" music. The band has also become a perennial favorite on the touring and festival circuit: they play over 115 shows per year to sold out crowds in the United States and have developed a strong international following.
Young but seasoned veterans of bluegrass, traditional country, and gospel groups themselves, Dailey and Vincent have built on the experience and knowledge gained from working with Doyle Lawson (Dailey) and John Hartford and Ricky Skaggs (Vincent) to forge their own distinct career path. Darrin Vincent began his career onstage at age two with his family band, The Sally Mountain Show (and has been singing with his sister Rhonda for most of his life). Jamie Dailey also comes from a musical family: his father, guitarist J.B. Dailey, was a founding member of The Four J's, a regional gospel quartet. Jamie started singing when he was just three years old. By the time he was nine, he was learning to play bass and guitar, and within a few years, he added banjo to his repertoire.

The duo's two most recent albums, Dailey & Vincent Sing the Statler Brothers and The Gospel Side of Dailey and Vincent, both garnered Grammy nominations, but each had a very specific focus. With Brothers Of The Highway, Dailey &Vincent made a conscious attempt to take stock of their careers so far, a sort of look "Back To The Future," heeding the admonition of their friend and mentor Ricky Skaggs, who advised them "you can't know where you're going unless you know where you've been."

While Dailey and Vincent continue to draw on the lessons they learned over the years about respect for musical integrity and the importance of tradition, they have certainly planted their own flag deeply and permanently into the soil of American music.

In the world of acoustic traditional music, "sibling harmony" is special. It's no accident that the best harmonies in bluegrass, dating back to its earliest days, have been by siblings: the Monroe Brothers, the Stanley Brothers, the Osborne Brothers, Jim & Jesse, and Dailey & Vincent's contemporaries the Gibson Brothers. In traditional country music, the Delmore Brothers and the Louvin Brothers both left their unique mark.

Although Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent aren't related by blood, the instinctive vocal blend they have achieved rivals that of any singing siblings: it's no accident that they titled an earlier album Brothers From Different Mothers, and with Brothers Of The Highway, the ties they've forged grow ever stronger.

When: Jan 29, 2015 8:00:00 PM in Tucson, Arizona
Cost: $15.00 - $32.00

FRONTIER RUCKUS
Fri, 21 Nov 2014 21:00:00 +0000

This event is 21 and over
FRONTIER RUCKUS

Sitcom Afterlife is the 4th LP by Frontier Ruckus. Those on board since 2008's The Orion Songbook have seen the band's proverbial minivan careen wildly through a microcosmic Metro Detroit in sharpening detail. Culminating with 2013's Eternity of Dimming—a double-album of 20 songs and some 5,600 words—the band's ambition to extract universal life from personal minutiae had received its greatest indulgence. And now the strip malls have been numbered. The esoteric significance of each Dairy Queen is cataloged with hyper-specificity. In sanctifying a seemingly mundane suburban terrain, songwriter Matthew Milia's obsessive nostalgia has taken on a robust physicality. It is within this established mythological landscape of dealerships and supermarket lots that the densely woven stories from Sitcom Afterlife occur. This time, though, it is the people and their relationships, rather than the places by which they are defined, that have regained the emotional focus.

Though Frontier Ruckus' songbook has thoroughly dealt with the dissolution of love, Sitcom Afterlife's narrator may be the first spokesman for the band made to sift through the vitriol and confusion of winding up on the losing end. Smartly contrasted with a decidedly classic-pop hookiness, the narrative unfolds across each song cohesively—reconstructing a relationship and its demise, its tender and nightmarish poles. Providing crucial emphasis to these manic swings are the elegant orchestrations of David Jones and Zachary Nichols. Jones accompanies the jangle-pop of Milia's 12-string guitar with layers of inventive banjo tones that shimmer like 90s radio. Nichols, whose sonic experimentation has been a crucial ingredient in Frontier Ruckus' DNA, mingles brass and synth warmth with whirling singing-saw in precise counterpoint to the songs' emotional flux. Equally important is the return of Anna Burch's harmonies, which continue to add an indispensable femininity and balance to Milia's nasal harangue.

With all of these components firing together so deliberately unified, the result is a dynamic, nuanced monitor into one's internal processing of desire and loss—and perhaps Frontier Ruckus' most streamlined and intensely cogent work yet.

When: Nov 21, 2014 9:00:00 PM in Phoenix, Arizona
Cost: $8.00 - $10.00