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Bash for The Nash: Jazz in America raises funds for education

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | April 15, 2022 Jazz in Arizona has been keeping the genre alive in Phoenix since 1977. But this month, the nonprofit behind The Nash is hosting its first gala to raise...

The Sound of Music: Downtown Chandler is alive with entertainment

By Ken Sain | April 13, 2022 If you’re looking for live entertainment in the Valley, then Downtown Chandler is the place to go. So says Mary Murphy-Bessler, the executive director of Downtown Chandler Community Partnership....

Keeping Radio Alive: KWSS’ Dani Cutler celebrates 15 years at station

By Connor Dziawura | April 8, 2022 KWSS 93.9 FM host Dani Cutler recently celebrated her 15th year at the independent radio station. Cutler can be heard as host of “The Dani Cutler Show” from 6...

All That Jazz: Downtown, East Valley celebrates with dancing, festivities

By Alex Gallagher | April 5, 2022 It’s hard for William “Doc” Jones to believe it has been half a decade since he began his efforts to have his state recognize April as Jazz Appreciation...

A ‘Pick-Me-Up’: Country Thunder returns to springtime festival

By Annika Tomlin | April 1, 2022 Arizona’s biggest country music festival returns to its springtime slot in Florence with headliners Riley Green, Blake Shelton, Morgan Wallen and Florida Georgia Line. Opening acts and additional performers...

An Artistic Soundwave: The Health & Rifle Club finds home away from home

By Alex Gallagher | April 1, 2022 For a band that practices in a rehearsal studio that doubles as an art studio, the chance to paint the walls with sound at any venue is exciting...

No Mistakes Here: Del Amitri rolls with its trademark sound on new album

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | March 17, 2022 The Scottish pop-rock band Del Amitri spent its first chapter scoring five U.K. Top 10 albums and selling 6 million copies between 1980 and 2002. The duo, Justin Currie...

A New ‘Voice’: ‘Raise One Up’ with Kameron Marlowe in Chandler

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | March 17, 2022 The KNIX Barbeque & Beer Festival is the perfect gig for country singer Kameron Marlowe. His raucous beer anthem, “Raise One Up,” is a hit when he performs,...

A ‘Leader’ in His Field: Brick Road Studio owner finds niche

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | March 16, 2022 Brick Road Studio owner Scott Leader has recorded vocals for pop star Dua Lipa and helmed voiceover work by Michael Phelps and restaurateur Craig Culver. But the producer’s passion...

‘Leading with Intelligence’: ‘Four Women’ challenges racial stereotypes

By Bridgette M. Redman | March 16, 2022 When challenged, American singer-songwriter and civil rights activist Nina Simone said she didn’t lead with anger, she led with intelligence. It is part of what has attracted Tiffany...

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