The Explorer: Music Landscape - Past, Present, Local

Music Landscape - Past, Present, Local

Tuesday 07/16/2013
Music Landscape - Florida Georgia Line in Tucson

The duo that has hit the Top 10 charts in country music more then once and is continuing to draw in fans as they recently won Best New Artist at the Academy Country Music Awards and rose to the top of the Billboard country album chart. There song "Cruise" has been the hit of their album Here's to the Good Times. 

Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley have been together for more than two decades and continue to draw in fans with their country music. The two will make their way to the desert on July 28 to perform in front of their Tucson fans. Learn more about Florida Georgia Line at http://www.floridageorgialine.com/

Where: 5655 Valencia, Tucson

Venue: Anselmo Valencia Tori Amphitheatre

When: July 28, 2013 at 19:00

Florida Georgia Line Tour Dates |

Posted in Music on Tuesday, July 16, 2013 9:20 am. Updated: 10:16 am. | Tags: Florida Georgia Line , Cruise , Here's To The Good Times , Country Music , Anselmo Valencia Tori Amphitheatre Comments (0)

Thursday 05/09/2013
Music Landscape: Gabriel Ayala Quintet play JazzMenco at Ventana

The sizzling Summer Series kicks off Memorial Day Weekend with Native American Music Award winner Gabriel Ayala. Gabriel played at President Obama’s Inaugural Ball, for Pope Benedict at the Vatican, and has performed at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Smithsonian Institute’s National Museum for the American Indian, and the ASU Kerr Cultural Center. His performance will include well known standards such as “Take Five,” “Spain” and “Caravan.” An accomplished guitarist with impeccable technique, Gabriel has melded his love of jazz to his classical and Flamenco training to create an exciting new twist to both genres which he calls JazzMenco.


Memorial Day Weekend: Gabriel Ayala Quintet plays JazzMenco

Sunday, May 26 at 7:00 PM
Loews Ventana Canyon Resort & Spa, Grand Ballroom
7000 N Resort Dr. Tucson, AZ

Posted in Music on Thursday, May 9, 2013 9:20 am. Comments (0)

Monday 03/25/2013
2013 Country Thunder ready to roll in Arizona: More on-site entertainment than ever before

With only a few weeks to go, Country Thunder is ready to roll into Arizona and kick up some serious dust.The premier country music festival, to be held in Florence, AZ, April 11-14, will feature performances by some of today’s hottest country acts, including Lady Antebellum, Toby Keith, Eric Church, Brantley Gilbert, Justin Moore, Lee Brice, Kip Moore and more.

Country Thunder offers more on-site entertainment this year than ever before! Electronic Thunder, presented by Crown Royal and featuring DJ Du Cassell, and Moonshine Willy’s, home of the official Country Thunder after party, are back and offering late-night entertainment to festival-goers. New to Country Thunder, the College Times Stage will feature local artists, including Dry River Yacht Club and Gospel Claws. Country Thunder is excited to announce the addition of High Valley to the star-filled line-up. High Valley takes the spot previously held by Edens Edge at 2:30pm on Sunday, April 14.

If you’d like to purchase your tickets in-person, visit any of our partnering bars in Phoenix or Tucson, and be entered to win an autographed guitar. Tickets are now available at partnering bars in Phoenix and Tucson, 4–day passes can be purchased at Cactus Moon (www.cactusmoonmesa.com/) and Denim + Diamonds (http://denimanddiamondsmesaaz.com/). In Tucson, 4–day passes are available at Chuy's (http://www.facebook.com/inachuys) and RJ's Replays (www.rjsreplays.com/).

Additional amenities such as second-vehicle parking ($40) and private Port-A-Pottys ($120) are available for purchase until April 5. Camping renewals for 2014 are available starting April 5. Country Thunder merchandise can be purchased along with tickets by calling (866) 802-6418 or by visitingwww.countrythunder.com.

Country Thunder Line-Up:

Thursday:

4:00-5:00pm Chris Janson

5:30-6:30pm Sweetwater Rain

7:00-8:30pm Kip Moore

9:00-10:30pm Brantley Gilbert

Friday:

1:00-2:00pm TBA

2:30-3:30pm Greg Bates

4:00-5:00pm Jana Kramer

5:30-6:30pm Love & Theft

7:00-8:30pm Tracy Lawrence

9:00-10:30pm Eric Church

Saturday:

1:00-2:00pm TBA

2:30-3:30pm Morgan Frazier

4:00-5:00pm Parmalee

5:30-6:30pm Diamond Rio

7:00-8:30pm Lee Brice

9:00-10:30pm Toby Keith

Sunday:

1:00-2:00pm TBA

2:30-3:30pm High Valley

4:00-5:00pm Aaron Lewis

5:30-6:30pm Jerrod Niemann

7:00-8:30pm Justin Moore

9:00-10:30pm Lady Antebellum

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Posted in Blogs, Music, Things to do on Monday, March 25, 2013 8:31 am. Updated: 2:32 pm. | Tags: Country Thunder, Florence, Country Music , Countrythunder2013 Comments (0)

Thursday 01/24/2013
Music Landscape: Flute, viola and harp music from Tucson Symphony Orchestra to engage kids, Feb. 2

Join Tucson Symphony Orchestra and Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance for a new musical adventure by TSO violinist and composer Michael Fan.

 

Just for Kids with the TSO Flute-Viola-Harp Trio will delight youngsters on Saturday, Feb. 2 at 10 a.m. with "Pip and the Pirate" at Oro Valley Town Hall Council Chambers, 11000 N. La Canada, in conjunction with the Saturday Farmer's Market.  

 

Just for Kids explores interactive ways to connect kids to the arts through music. With free admission to the concert, the program teaches children about music through engagement and hands-on experiences with instruments.  

 

The popular series delivers fun and informal chamber ensemble concerts lasting 45 to 50 minutes. The performances use participation with the kids to introduce classical music and orchestral instruments in an entertaining and kid-friendly environment to families including those with very young children.      

 

The Town of Oro Valley and Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance restored this beloved event, after discontinuing for several years due to lost financial support.

Thanks to the generous underwriting of Bill Adler, the public can enjoy this interactive, musical performance for free.  

 

Pip and the Pirate                      

It was graduation day at the Pirate Academy. "Ye be a true Pirate today, Matey! Here be yer certificate. Here be yer parrot." "That's not a parrot" said the new graduate. "She be too small. I wants a big squawker, not a pip squeaker." "Nay! That be the last one we got. Take 'er or leave 'er." "Please take me," said the tiny bird. "I'll make you proud of me."

 

Just for Kids - "Pip and the Pirate"                        

When: Saturday, Feb. 2 at 10 a.m.

Where: Oro Valley Town Hall Council Chambers, 11000 N. La Canada

Cost: Free

Online: http://saaca.org/Just_for_Kids_.html

Phone: (520) 797-3959 

Posted in Music, Things to do on Thursday, January 24, 2013 9:49 am. | Tags: Tucson Symphony Orchestra , Southern Arizona Arts And Cultural Alliance Comments (0)

Thursday 11/29/2012
Music Landscape: Artur Penha Soares Y2012 Concert Series

Artur Penha Soares will be performing November 30, through December 2, 2012 (Friday. 7-PM; Saturday, Sunday. 4-6PM) at the Christ Community Church Worship Center.

Information:

Meet: Artur Penha Soares (Composer, Pianist, Conductor, and more; of Brasilia. Brazil)

with

Nick Coventry, Violin

Alex Cardon, Violin

Rebecca Lennon. Viola

Michael (.;. Ronstad r. Cello

Lauren Jones, Cello

Daniel Mkndosa. Bass

Christ Community Church Worship Center (Seating for 1200 people: on W. side of Pantano. just S of Uhl) 7801 IE. Kenyon Dr.. lesson. AZ 85710; rd. 520-296-8501 

 

Three Thoroughly Romantic Programs:

Piano Trio (No. 2, D929, Op. 100, [E1'10], e.1828).; Piano, Violin, & Cello Franz Schubert (1797 - 1828) Violin, Alex; Viola, Nick (Mvts. I & II); Viola, Becky (Mvts. III & IV); Cello, Michael.

(INTERMISSION, Sunday only)

Piano Quartet (No. 3, Op 129, [Em], c.182011822)*; Piano, Violin, Viola, & Cello .... Ferdinand Ries (1704- 1838) Violin, Nick; Viola, Becky; Piano, Artier; Cello, Michael. [We do not know when or if this has ever been performed. The score has been reconstructed tbr these performances.]

Trio [FM]; Violin, Viola, Cello Artur Penha Soares (1984 - ) Violin, Alex; Viola, Becky; Cello, Lauren. (Premiered 10 May 2009 in (Iradea, Romania.'

Sextet [GM & Em]; 2 Violins, Viola, 2 Cellos, & Bass Artur Penha Soares Violin I, Nick; Violin II, Alex; Viola, Becky; Cello I. Michael; Cello 2, Lauren; Double Bass, Daniel. 'Premiering Friday evening.)

Notes:

*The Ries Piano Quartet in E minor will not be played Friday evening, and the Schubert Trio in e Major will not be played Saturday evening; but both are on the Sunday program. Please come early for easier parking and good seating. We thank you for your contributions, which will be used 1) first to recover direct costs and then, if possible, 2)10 help support the careers of these fine musicians.

Program details subject to change.

Please visit http://www.ronstadt.com/arturprogram.html to download latest revisions of this program.

Posted in Things to do, Music on Thursday, November 29, 2012 2:23 pm. Comments (0)

Wednesday 11/28/2012
Music Landscape: Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra Remaining Season

On Saturday December 22, the Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra will

perform a special program not on the regular schedule. SASO will perform

the selections to be performed on their second tour to China departing on

December 26. This program will be performed at the Desert View Performing Arts Auditorium in Saddlebrooke at 7:30 PM. Tickets are available at the door and at the SaddleBrooke II ticket desk.

 

Looking to SASO's continuing season of three concerts, each featuring

outstanding soloists . All programs are performed on Saturday nights at 7:30

in SaddleBrooke at the Desert View Performing Arts Auditorium and on Sundays in Oro Valley at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church at 3:00 PM.

 

Six soloists will be featured in the first program of 2013 on February 23 in SaddleBrooke and February 24 in Oro Valley. Composer Richard White is like a composer in residence as he also plays viola in SASO. The opening selection will be White's  If Life Were As It Seems from his opera Rappaccini's Daughter and features soprano Christi Amonson and a female quartet.

Miss Amonson will also join the orchestra in a performance of Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 4 in G major. Hong-Mei Xiao will perform Paul Hindemith's

Concerto for Viola, Der Schwanendreher.

 

Variety will mark the fourth pair of concerts. Wagner's Tannhauser Overture

opens the program followed by Tatoo Notes James Strauss by Roger Davis and Howard Hanson's Serenade both featuring flute soloist James Strauss.

Tucson composer Bruce Stoller's Open Spaces Suite and God Created Great Whales by Hovhaness, and a performance of a solo piece by the Youth Concerto Competition completes the concert on April 6 at SaddleBrooke and April 7 in Oro Valley.

 

The season's final pair of concerts will be May 18 in SaddleBrooke and

May 19 in Oro Valley. As with all this seasons programs, another Tucson

composer is featured with Landscapes by Pete Fine. Following this will be

the delightful Violin Concerto No. 3 in B minor by Saint-Saens and the big and romantic Symphony No. 2 in E minor of Rachmaninoff. For orchestra and

ticket information, go to www.sasomusic.org

Posted in Things to do, Music on Wednesday, November 28, 2012 12:31 pm. Comments (0)

Monday 11/26/2012
Music Landscape: SAWC presents a retro Christmas concert Dec. 14 & 16

With the holidays just around the corner, people get a bit nostalgic for the songs of decades past – from I’ll Be Home for Christmas to I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus and Jingle Bell Rock.

So listen up – the Southern Arizona Women’s Chorus will present a Retro Christmas Concert on Friday Dec. 14 and again on Sunday, Dec. 16. Selections include the songs above – plus Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town, Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, Cool Yule and other popular holiday numbers from the 1940s and 1950s.

Those mid-20th-century decades saw the ravages of World War II and the Communist takeover in China as well as a lighter side of life. This is the time when ballpoint pens, microwaves and bikinis were new, when Dr. Spock and Dr. Seuss became household names, Chuck Yeager broke the sound barrier and NASA was established. Think poodle skirts, the first color television, Elvis on Ed Sullivan, Charles Shultz’ new comic strip Peanuts, hula hoops, LEGOs, Disneyland and the first ascent of Mount Everest.

Older folks recall these times firsthand, while to the young it’s all so non-electronic and quaint. Yet the songs of the era continue to have universal appeal, said Terrie Ashbaugh, music director of the 90-voice women’s chorus founded in 1981.

The program will be presented Friday, Dec. 14 at 7 p.m. at Catalina Foothills High School, 4300 E. Sunrise Dr. and on Sunday, Dec. 16 at 4 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church, 1220 W. Magee Rd. (just east of La Canada).

Tickets can be purchased for $18 in advance from chorus members, by calling 404-3148 or online at southernarizonawomenschorus.org. Tickets purchased at the door are $20. Children age 10 and under are admitted free. Discounts are available for groups of 8 or more, including 8 tickets for $120.

SAWC is known for its eclectic and versatile repertoire that spans from classical music to Broadway, folk, jazz, spiritual, seasonal and other popular songs. SAWC presents two ticketed concerts each year, plus numerous sing-out performances at festivals, events, schools and senior communities throughout Southern Arizona. The chorus has entertained the metro area for three decades.

Ashbaugh is Director of Music at Ascension Lutheran Church and School. For 10 years she served as director of the University of Arizona Faculty/Staff Choir.  She also composes and arranges music.

Ashbaugh is co-founder of the Women in Song Festival for Women’s Choruses, whose inaugural festival was in April of 2010 in Seattle with choirs from Arizona, Washington, Alaska and Canada attending. The festival will be offered again in April of 2013 here in Tucson.

SAWC performs an ever-expanding repertoire written specifically for women's or treble voices. For more information, visit www.southernarizonawomenschorus.org or call 404-3148.

Posted in Things to do, Music on Monday, November 26, 2012 10:44 am. Updated: 10:51 am. Comments (0)

Tuesday 11/13/2012
Music Landscape: Country Thunder 2013 lineup released

The annual Country Thunder music festival in Florence announced the music line up today. The festival is April 11-April 14, 2013.

Purchase your tickets and camping here:

https://elevate.com/boxoffice/?cref=9d551e49-115e-41d1-8baa-0c1ccc628b8f

 

Thursday April 11

4:00-5:00 PM -- Chris Janson

5:30-6:30 PM -- Sweetwater Rain

7:00-8:30 PM -- Kip Moore

7:00-8:30 PM -- Brantley Gilbert

Friday April 12

1:00-2:00 PM -- tba

2:30-3:30 PM -- tba

4:00-5:00 PM -- Jana Kramer

5:30-6:30 PM -- Love and Theft

7:00-8:30 PM -- Tracy Lawrence

9:00-10:30 PM -- Eric Church

Saturday April 13

1:00-2:00 PM -- tba

2:30-3:30 PM -- Morgan Frazier

4:00-5:00 PM -- Parmalee

5:30-6:30 PM -- Diamond Rio

7:00-8:30 PM -- Lee Brice

9:00-10:30 PM -- Toby Keith

Sunday April 14

1:00-2:00 PM -- tba

2:30-3:30 PM -- Edens Edge

4:00-5:00 PM -- tba

5:30-6:30 PM -- Jerrod Niemann

7:00-8:30 PM -- Justin Moore

9:00-10:30 PM -- Lady Antebellum

Posted in Music, Things to do on Tuesday, November 13, 2012 12:26 pm. Updated: 4:42 pm. Comments (0)

Friday 11/09/2012
Strait Country returns to the Monsoon Nightclub for a free show

Tucson’s own Kevin Sterner & Strait Country, a tribute to Country Music’s living legend George Strait, is returning to the Monsoon Nightclub on Nov. 29, 2012 for a special free concert. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 7:30 p.m.

 

Kevin Sterner & Straight Country, the critically acclaimed “Tribute to the Music of George Strait,” is built around Kevin’s vocal style, which is very similar to George Strait’s. The Strait Country Band is composed of some of Southern Arizona’s most sought-after musicians. They include Rich Brennion (pedal steel guitar & lead guitar), Bill Emrie (fiddle & vocals), Dennis Van Vactor (keyboards), Steve Wendling (bass guitar & vocals), and Ralph Gilmore (drums & vocals).

 

Treena Parvello, Director of Marketing and Public Relations for the Tohono O’odham Gaming Enterprise, said, “After their fantastic George Strait tribute show in October, we were excited to bring Kevin Sterner & Strait Country back as soon as possible. Country fans shouldn’t miss this excellent free show!”

 

Desert Diamond Casinos & Entertainment with three locations in Southern Arizona (Tucson, Sahuarita, and Why), is owned and operated by the Tohono O’odham Gaming Enterprise, an enterprise of the Tohono O’odham Nation. Additional information can be found at www.ddcaz.com or by calling 866-DDC-WINS. Follow Desert Diamond Casinos & Entertainment on Twitter (@DiamondCasinos) and on Facebook.

Posted in Music, Things to do on Friday, November 9, 2012 4:04 pm. Comments (0)

Wednesday 11/07/2012
La Encantada Fine Art Festival this weekend

This weekend November 10th & 11th is the La Encantada Fine Art Festival featuring 45 fine art exhibitors as well as performing arts presentations from local art, music and theatre groups.

The festival will be at the following times:

Saturday, 10am-5pm

Sunday, 11am-4pm

For more information visit www.laencantadafestival.org

Performing Arts

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10

11am   FULL SAIL

 Full Sail is a 7-piece horn band that plays an eclectic style of jazz, swing, rock and blues, thereby appealing to a wide audience. Most of the band met through the Tucson Musician Club. Arrangements are pretty much all original by either Ed Wanek (Guitar, Vocals), Phil Daly (Bass, Vocals) or Zac Seasly (Drums). The horn section comprises Don Weaver (Tenor and Soprano Sax), David Price (Tenor Sax) and Jeremy Peters (Trumpet/Trombone). A recent addition to the band has been Stacie Devaney (Vocals, Keys). So, get ready for a foot stompin' time!

12pm   Violin Stars

 Violin Stars is a Youth Violin Group under the direction of Laura Tagawa, wife of Toru Tagawa; violinist, and Conductor of the Tucson Repertory Orchestra, and Orchestra Director for CDO High School. Come be a part and support these young, and up and coming musicians.

1pm   Desert Deuce

 Desert Deuce began as an idea of guitarist Lance Swaim. He envisioned a harmonic convergence of sorts with guitar and cello. After moving to Tucson Rob McManus began seeking performance opportunities and found Lance's online request for a cellist to collaborate with. After a short period of time they are now enjoying the sweet sounds they produce today, a unique blend of classical, folk, Latin and jazz.

 2pm   Cobblestone

 Cobblestone is an exciting new collaboration between two of Southern Arizona's leading Celtic musicians: fiddler Sharon Goldwasser of Tucson's Round the House, and singer and guitarist Jamie O'Brien (founder member of the nationally renowned traditional Irish band, Fánaí.) The two combine spirited tunes and moving ballads from the Irish repertoire and from further afield.

3pm     ForTheLuvvaMusic

 ForTheLuvvaMusic is the husband and wife team of Mark and Arlette Willis. Arlette is a soprano and Mark accompanies her at the piano and plays harmonica. Arlette and Mark have been performing for hundreds of clients since High School in 1978. They studied voice under Mr. Brazeal Dennard in Detroit and have traveled across the USA, with invitations to Japan and Russia since. Their LuvvaMusic spans many genres including Jazz, Blues, Broadway, Funk, R&B and Soul.

4pm   CDO Youth String Quartet

 CDO Youth String Quartet is comprised of high school students from Canyon del Oro High School in Oro Valley under the direction of Toru Tagawa; violinist, and conductor of the Tucson Repertory Orchestra.

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11

11am   Michael Friedmann                 

 Michael Friedmann completed a Bachelor of Music, Jazz Studies from the University of Arizona in 2004. While there he performed with guest artists such as Linda Ronstadt, Jamie Aebersold, Emil Richards, Paul Horn, Armand Donelian, and Abe Most. He studied under Tucson jazzman Jeffrey Haskell and has also studied with east coast guitarist Draa Hobbs. Michael has gone to school with and/or performed with nearly all of the jazz musicians in Tucson. Michael specializes in solo jazz guitar and his style is straight ahead classic jazz, but in a combo format, he also offers traditional (Dixieland) jazz, or modern (smooth) jazz

12pm   Jeff & Patricia

 Jeff Ryan and Patricia Feigle are a duo specializing Folk, Country and Americana compositions.

1pm   Ballet Rincon Performance Ensemble

 The Ballet Rincon Performance Ensemble, under the direction of Jennifer Neuser, is a classical / contemporary dance troupe whose twelve ballerinas will be performing a collection of classical ballet and contemporary pieces.

2pm   Those Beatles Guys

 The Beatles; John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison; as well as a host of rock & roll bands from the 50's, 60's, 70's, 80's and beyond.Jack is a longtime musician in the Tucson scene, playing in a variety of successful rock bands for more than 25 years. Brian also has many years' experience playing in various bands, both in Detroit and now in Tucson, in a variety of music genres including rock, singer-songwriters, folk, and folk-rock. Phil is the only British member of the band and claims one degree of separation from the Fab Four on account of his big sister seeing them perform back in the early days! Together, they are Those Beatles Guys.

3pm   Butch Diggs & Friends

 Smooth Jazz saxophonist/flutist/keyboardist Butch Diggs has worked with Eddie Henderson, Paul Jackson, Jr. Chaka Khan, Joe Henderson, Brian Bromberg, avant garde drummer Atma Anur, and progressive guitarist Craig Easley. Was an original member of the pop/alternative group Question Men in the 1980's. Current album is "Chapter 1" (co-produced by Steve Diggs).

 

Fine Artists

Bella Fiore Custom Designs

 Faux Succulents & Cacti           

www.bella-fiore.com

Bella Sonoma Designs, Jewelry

www.bellasonomadesigns.com

Corona Royal, Jewelry, mosaic table       

www.coronaroyal.com

Glass Fire Designs, Jewelry

www.glassfiredesigns.com

HPSilver, LLC, Jewelry

www.hpsilver.com

Sheaz Jewelry

 www.sheazjewelry.com

Desert Bloom Designs, Jewelry/Metalwork

www.louiselittle.com

Penny Niemi & Ernie Elmer, Jewelry     

The Designing Lady   Gifts/Jewelry

www.designingladyaz.com

Dogwood Silverworks, Metalwork

www.dogwoodsilverworks.com

Geri Bringman, Acrylic

www.etsy.com/shop/geribringman

Artistry in Clay, Sculpture/Mixed Media

www.lynnettemoody.com

Creative Communication Studio, watercolors

www.risawaldt.com

Energy in Clay, ceramics        

David Hallman, Wooden Bowls              

Stout Glass Inc., Glass

www.stoutglass.com

Rue de la Marguerite, Jewelry

www.ruedelamarguerite.com

Bloomin Belle Bows, Hair accessories

www.bloominbellebows.com  

Pork Chop Press, Print Making

www.porkchoppress.com

Anita's Angels, Glass/napkin rings/bird feeders

Lyle Rayfield Designs, Jewelry

www.lylerayfield.com

Barb's Handcrafted Designs, Jewelry    

Some Distant World, Metal Sculptures

www.somedistantworld.com

Baskets and More, Baskets/Wood, Gourd Art        

Brushfire Fine Art, acrylic /photography

Lea Enterprises Inc, Metal Work            

Tesoro Interiors, Glass/Jewelry

www.fusedglassandgemcreations.weebly.com

Casey Design Studio, Mixed Media/Acrylic

www.photos.caseyoriginals.com

Lila Clare Jewelry

 www.lilaclare.com

Tacana Designs, Mixed Media 2D          

Flamenco Flair Scarves, Textiles          

SouthWest Art Photos, photography

www.SouthWestArtPhotos.com

Harringbone Image, Photography/Mixed Media      

Bel Esprit ceramics, Ceramics/Pottery   

Traditions Past and Present, Jewelry

www.jewelrybytraditions.com

Posted in Music, Things to do on Wednesday, November 7, 2012 3:20 pm. Comments (0)

MOS: Monsoon Season

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Tuesday 07/16/2013

Music Landscape - Florida Georgia Line in Tucson

Thursday 05/09/2013

Music Landscape: Gabriel Ayala Quintet play JazzMenco at Ventana

Monday 03/25/2013

2013 Country Thunder ready to roll in Arizona: More on-site entertainment than ever before

Thursday 01/24/2013

Music Landscape: Flute, viola and harp music from Tucson Symphony Orchestra to engage kids, Feb. 2

Thursday 11/29/2012

Music Landscape: Artur Penha Soares Y2012 Concert Series

Wednesday 11/28/2012

Music Landscape: Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra Remaining Season

Monday 11/26/2012

Music Landscape: SAWC presents a retro Christmas concert Dec. 14 & 16

Tuesday 11/13/2012

Music Landscape: Country Thunder 2013 lineup released

Friday 11/09/2012

Strait Country returns to the Monsoon Nightclub for a free show

Wednesday 11/07/2012

La Encantada Fine Art Festival this weekend

Tuesday 11/06/2012

Music Landscape - Judy Roberts and Greg Fishman at Skyline Country Club on Friday

Tuesday 10/23/2012

Music Landscape - UA Opera Theater

Monday 10/22/2012

Music Landscape: Tucson Symphony String Quartet featured in November Just for Kids Music Landscape - Afrojack brings his ‘Jacked’ tour to Kino Sports Complex on Friday, Oct. 26

Tuesday 10/02/2012

Grammy Winner Steve Winwood coming to Tucson

Tuesday 09/18/2012

Music Landscape - Steve Holy is Coming to “Thursday Thunder” in the Monsoon Nightclub

Tuesday 09/04/2012

Music Landscape: Get up close with popular country band Little Texas

Friday 08/24/2012

Papa Roach forced to withdraw from Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival

Thursday 08/02/2012

The Split Livers to play at Club Congress

Thursday 07/26/2012

Music Landscape - Split Livers coming to Club Congress

Thursday 07/19/2012

Music Landscape - Rockstar Energy Drink UPROAR set for September in Phoenix

Wednesday 07/18/2012

Music Landscape - Kansas Leftoverture Side 2

Monday 07/02/2012

Music Landscape - Chaos Ascending, Hemoptysis, and more

Monday 06/18/2012

Scorpions, Tesla draw large crowds in Phoenix, and Casino Del Sol in Tucson

Tuesday 06/05/2012

Music Landscape - Kansas Leftoverture Music Review

Friday 05/11/2012

Music Landscape - Dark Side of the Moon Part 2

Thursday 04/26/2012

Pink Floyd The Dark Side of the Moon (Part 1)

Thursday 04/19/2012

Music Landscape - MTV (Then and Now)
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