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The Fab Four: Beatles concert experience comes to the MAC

By Laura Latzko Capturing the sound and stage presence of The Beatles is no easy task. For members of The Fab Four, impersonating the group’s four iconic musicians is a continuous growth process.  The tribute band...

Stumbling onto Creativity: Jared & The Mill release playful single ‘Eliza’

Jared Kolesar has found songs in the best and worst of times. For Jared & The Mill’s new single “Eliza,” it was definitely the worst of times. He wrote the song in Nashville with his...

No ‘Doom’ and Gloom: Bastille allows escapism during its shows

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Bastille drummer Chris Wood says fans have learned the breadth of the English band’s tastes, thanks to its latest album “Doom Days.” Telling the story of a colorful night at a party that...

VIP Access: Scottsdale producer Otto D’Agnolo shares the recording experience

By Kristine Cannon Music venues may be closed, but one Scottsdale engineer and producer is providing a new, virtual outlet for local musicians and fans to, in a way, get their live music fix. It’s called...

Music and Charity: M3F gives back to local nonprofits while spotlighting bands from around...

By Laura Latzko Music festivals have become more than just spaces to listen to music. They have turned into full-out events with different genres of music and immersive activities, as well as chances to give...

Five places to hear classical music this arts season

By Kenneth LaFave Classical music continues to change shape and form, and as it does, this handful of Valley venues continue to present it. Phoenix Symphony Hall As the name says, this venerable venue is home to...

Bringing Music Back: WestWorld concerts could juice up economy

By Kristine Cannon A drive-in concert series is coming to WestWorld of Scottsdale. R Entertainment and M Culinary, producers of the Scottsdale Fourth of July fireworks show, are working with the city to produce the Scottsdale...

A ‘Sonic Palette’: Sleater-Kinney’s Carrie Brownstein talks honest, urgent new LP

By Connor Dziawura With its new LP, indie rock outfit Sleater-Kinney was looking to do something different. While 2015’s “No Cities to Love” could be considered the influential feminist band picking up where it left when...

Amplified Success: Drew Foppe’s work ethic is an 11, musicians say

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski As a child in Scottsdale, Drew Foppe was constantly dismantling toys and rebuilding them. It didn’t matter if it was a Nintendo or Lego, Foppe simply wanted to know how they worked. “I remember...

An Authentic Experience: Irish singer Dermot Kennedy heads out on biggest tour yet

By Taylor O’Connor Irish singer-songwriter Dermot Kennedy wants to write songs with a purpose. Every detail in the artist’s career—from shows to lyrics to album structure—all have a deeper meaning than what is seen at...

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