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On the Record: Vinylly app pairs music lovers with the same taste

By Kristen Apolline Castillo | April 21, 2021 As someone who has lived in Phoenix, the Netherlands, London and New York, Jordan Thomas is no stranger to meeting others. Now residing in Los Angeles, Thomas says...

Saving the Stages: Stephen Chilton selling merch to keep venues open

By Alex Gallagher | April 20, 2021 Stephen Chilton is the vice president of the National Independent Venue Association and the owner of The Rebel Lounge. He remembers the beginning of the pandemic all too...

For the High-End Buyer: Riverton helps local pianists tickle the ivories

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | April 15, 2021 James Harding of Riverton Piano Co. loves what he does for a living. He can play extravagant pianos all day and occasionally rub shoulders with the likes of...

Punk in the Park: Pennywise headlines festival’s first Arizona lineup

By Phoenix.org staff | April 14, 2021 In celebration of the return of live music, Punk in the Park is previewing its previously planned, much-delayed Orange County festival with a daylong slate of artists in...

Parking Lot Party: Country Jam spotlights Shari Rowe, Matt Farris

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | April 13, 2021 Country music’s Shari Rowe, like most musicians, spent the pandemic locked up at home, away from the stage. The Glendale resident and fellow singer Matt Farris are about to...

Queen Nation Will Rock You: Tribute band won’t stop now

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | April 7, 2021 Queen Nation was definitely under pressure when the tribute band was asked to play a backyard birthday party for Foo Fighters bassist Nate Mendel. The gig was a surprise...

Good Ol’ Days: Allman Betts Band among acts on Marquee’s schedule

By Alan Sculley | April 7, 2021 Devon Allman can look back on his music career and see he has always tended to have a band that goes for a few years, and then he’s...

Nothin’ Stupid: Get a kick out of this Frank Sinatra tribute

By Laura Latzko | April 5, 2021 Frank Sinatra had a special way of captivating audiences with songs like “Fly Me to the Moon,” “New York, New York,” “I Get A Kick Out of You”...

Living for the Moment: John O’Callaghan releases his first solo record

By Claire Spinner | March 4, 2021 The Maine frontman John O’Callaghan has been practicing self-reflection as the country approaches the one-year anniversary of the first lockdown. Having recently released his first full-length solo album, “I...

Bringing Light into the Dark: Bury the Darkness stays positive during tough times

By Alex Gallagher | March 4, 2021 Bury the Darkness is an ambitious metal band whose message and sound differ highly from the Arizona metal scene. “The name Bury the Darkness envelops the ideas we have...

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