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What Makes an Artist: Keshi shows off newfound confidence

By Olivia Munson | November 10, 2021 Vietnamese American singer-songwriter Keshi has not had many opportunities to showcase the talent he has cultivated over the years. In early November, he performed on what could be his...

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...

Rhinestone Cowgirl: Phoenix’s ‘The Voice’ contestant wins over Gwen Stefani

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Tori Miller had Gwen Stefani at “rhinestones.” “The Voice” contestant who hails from Phoenix was chosen by Stefani, the lone coach who turned her chair. “You’re my queen,” Miller said to Stefani. “I always...

Getting Personal: Julien Baker talks college, her album and being in the public eye

By Claire Spinner | April 30, 2021 Julien Baker speaks with poise beyond her 25 years. The Nashville singer/songwriter displays the profound self-awareness of someone who is conscious about the impact of her words. The...

From Gilbert to the Stage: Lindsey Stirling brings her ‘Artemis’ tour to her home...

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | August 27, 2021 Lindsey Stirling has just about done it all in her young career. She began her career as a contestant on “America’s Got Talent” and subsequently saw her albums go...

Fortunate Soul: Kailee Morgue explores genres on ‘Bedroom’

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Kailee Morgue is finding the COVID-19 quarantine difficult. In late April, however, she released new music, something she had been hiding away—the EP “Here in Your Bedroom” featuring the single “Knew You.” “I know...

The New Normal: Fiddler’s Dream offers virtual open stages for local musicians

By Laura Latzko | January 18, 2021 Fiddler’s Dream Coffeehouse has long offered a space for musicians to perform. Although the Glendale nonprofit cannot offer the same opportunities during the COVID-19 pandemic because of social distancing...

Treating Fans: Flagstaff rapper exudes honesty on new sound

By Alex Gallagher | May 28, 2021 LiL MiK_e spent his childhood in Glendale listening to Blink-182 and admiring Tom DeLonge’s vocals. In June, the NAU graduate, who earned a degree in music, will pay tribute...

‘An Escape’: Ivan Harshman continues to deliver as solo artist

By Jordan Houston | October 7, 2021 Music was always an escape for Scottsdale resident Ivan Harshman. The full-time musician describes it as a therapeutic outlet throughout his childhood — and still stands by that statement. Growing...

In Other Galaxies: Babymetal meets outside forces on third album

By Connor Dziawura Babymetal is growing up. The kawaii metal band—“kawaii” is the Japanese word for cute—joined forces in 2010, when its frontwomen were just preteens. Now nearly a decade later and with its members in their...

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