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Live Music

Sit back and listen as talented local bands and musicians share their sounds!

  • Friday
    23

    The Eddie Joe Clark BandDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Outlaw Western Music
    The Eddie Joe Clark Band, headquartered in Phoenix, AZ, has a hard driving sound best described as outlaw country with a deep respect for the roots of country music. Their music is currently in regular rotation on over 40 radio stations in several western states, and with downloads in the thousands from iTunes, Amazon, and other outlets.

    A band of experienced professionals, they know how to fire up the crowd and keep them going all night long with a blend of country hits, classics and exciting original tunes.

    For details, visit eddiejoeclark.com

  • Friday
    23

    Pete PancraziAMC Fountain, 7-9pm

    Jazz Guitarist & Vocalist
    Pete Pancrazi being named recently by Downbeat Magazine as “one to watch” and a guitar player “deserving greater attention” is no surprise to those who have heard him perform. Through the years, he has cultivated a large and loyal following.

    Audiences in Arizona voted him the “Jazz Guitar Player of the Year” in AZJazz Magazine’s 2000 Readers’ Poll.

    For details, visit petepancrazi.com

  • Saturday
    24

    Don’t Tell MomDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Rock and Blues
    Don’t Tell Mom is a young, Scottsdale-based rock and blues band that originally formed in 2013. Their influences range from classic rock and blues to surf rock and rockabilly. Don’t Tell Mom’s current members are: Dean C. (13 years old) vocals, guitar; Jake P. (15 years old) bass, vocals, keys; Dale J. (13 years old) guitar and Jamie W. (11 years old) drums. They are passionate about music and are known for their high-energy shows. A typical performance will include songs by The Beatles, Buddy Holly, The Who, The Rolling Stones, Chuck Berry as well as original blues and rock compositions. 

    For details, visit www.dtm.band

  • Saturday
    24

    Alan JonesAMC Fountain, 7-9pm

    Jazz Saxophonist
    Ambient Jazz Fusion is a musical genre that developed in the late 1960s when musicians combined aspects of jazz harmony and improvisation with styles such as funk, rock, rhythm and blues, and Latin jazz.

    Alan Jones uses fusion arrangements that vary in complexity, some employ groove-based vamps fixed to a single musical key, or even a single chord, with a simple melodic motif. As with traditional jazz improvisation, fusion instrumentalists generally require a high level of technical proficiency. Alan Jones is the finest ambient Jazz saxophonist in the valley. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see him perform at Desert Ridge Marketplace.

  • Friday
    30

    Shari Rowe BandDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Nashville Recording Artist Shari Rowe has been on fire with her latest release “Take That Shot.” Currently being played on country radio across the world, you can find Shari performing in Europe, CMA Festival in Nashville, Tennessee, and some of the biggest festivals in Arizona.

    With the new single charting on country radio, Shari Rowe takes aim for a direct hit. When you first hear “Take That Shot,” the new release from Arizona-based country songwriter Shari Rowe, you immediately feel a sense of warmth and introspection. Combining classic country and bluegrass elements with a stellar lineup of Nashville players, Rowe is changing the pace of modern country music.

    “Take That Shot” is a perfect example of how Shari’s music is inspired by her easy-going Arizona childhood, which regularly included campfire stories, horseback riding, and spending a lot of time in the great outdoors. The Maven Records artist traded in private living room concerts for the big stage, performing with acts such as Parmalee and Three Dog Night. When she is not traveling the world sharing her original songwriting, Shari spends quality time with her family, and promotes music education in schools.

    Shari's music is available for download on on all digital mediums.

    Shari Rowe is also a Celebrity Ambassador of the Red Note Foundation

    Official Website: sharirowe.com
    Facebook: facebook.com/ShariRowe.OfficialPage

  • Friday
    30

    Sonny DazeAMC Fountain, 7-9pm

    Acoustic Guitarist/Vocalist
    Mellow, blusey, poetic. Original music and unique arrangements of covers. 60’s and 70’s influence with an awareness of modernity.

  • Saturday
    1

    The Caribbean CruisersDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Caribbean Island Sounds
    The Caribbean Cruisers are a select group of musicians specializing in the music of the Caribbean area. These styles include Calypso, Junkanoo, Soca, Latin, Reggae and Contemporary Jazz. The band’s repertoire includes traditional Caribbean favorites from the various islands, jazz set in Latin and other tropical styles and popular American tunes arranged in Caribbean rhythmic styles.

    For details, visit facebook.com

  • Saturday
    1

    Todd OwensAMC Fountain, 7-9pm

    Singer/Songwriter
    Todd Owens has been playing live music for more than half his life. His musical style is a creative mix of Jazz influenced percussive guitar playing, mixed with melodic soulful vocals with positively charged lyrics – all of Todd’s music and covers are full of good energy that will uplift your spirits no matter who you are.

  • Friday
    7

    West Hills BrothersDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Top 40 Cover and Original Guitarists
    The West Hills Brothers are a unique duo of acoustic/electric guitars, vocals and percussion. Carson Smith is on lead vocals, guitar, and percussion and his twin brother Cole plays acoustic and electric guitar and mandolin.

    They are originally from West Hills, California but now live in Arizona and perform on a regular basis at art walks, festivals, private parties and special events throughout the state. Their music is a great mix of classic rock, pop, alternative and original tunes with their own unique style.

    For details, visit westhillsbrothers.com

  • Friday
    7

    Charlie SmithAMC Fountain, 7-9pm

    Pianist
    Charlie Smith is a compassionate pianist who from an early age has shown a love for the classics, blues and rock and roll. He has performed live music of many genres from Rock-n-Roll at various house gatherings, to Jazz at restaurants, to Classical music at recital halls. With a understanding of music and music theory, Charlie understands how all these different types of music are related and connected to the creative process.

  • Saturday
    8

    The Sierra OutlawsDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Country, Classic Rock, Southern Rock
    The Sierra Outlaws are one of the most versatile bands of Arizona that plays Country, Classic Rock, and Southern Rock! They are seasoned musicians with a large selection of songs sure to please any crowd.

    For details, visit sierraoutlaw.com

  • Saturday
    8

    Whitney SteeleAMC Fountain, 7-9pm

    Singer/Songwriter
    Whitney Steele has shared the stage with Amy Grant, Kenny Loggins, Gin Blossoms, Lisa Loeb, J.R. Richards (of Dishwalla), Shawn Colvin, Casey Abrams, Eddie Money, Phil Keaggy and Tyler Hilton. And yes, she was feelin' alright when I was invited on stage to sing “Feelin’ Alright” by the legendary Dave Mason (of Traffic). I have had the honor of singing the national anthem on several occasions for the Arizona Diamondbacks, Los Angeles Dodgers, Chicago White Sox, and Phoenix Coyotes.

    For details, visit whitneysteele.com

  • Friday
    14

    74th Street BandDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Classic and Southern Rock
    Based out of Phoenix, AZ, 74th Street is a four-piece classic and southern rock band featuring a dual-threat guitar attack like no other. With a powerful, dynamic rhythm section and four-part harmony vocals, 74th Street is considered a premier cover band in the Valley of the Sun, providing the perfect mix of music from the 60s to present day hits, guaranteed to keep you dancing and partying all night!

    For details, visit 74thstband.com

  • Friday
    14

    Nick JensenAMC Fountain, 7-9pm

    Acoustic Guitar Singer/Songwriter
    Nick has been performing around the valley as the front man of local bands Static March and Five High for the last several years. He has recently branched out on his own to create a refreshing “stripped-down” sound using only his acoustic guitar and looping pedals. Nick takes on classic tunes by legends such as Tom Petty, Bruce Springsteen, and Stevie Wonder, as well as modern Top 40 hits. With his smooth vocals and bluesy inspired guitar playing, you’ll be sure to stick around and listen to his whole set!

    For details, visit nickjensenmusic.com

  • Saturday
    15

    RatioDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Funk, Soul, Jazz and R&B Band
    Ratio is one of Phoenix, Arizona’s premier bands specializing in Rhythm and Blues, Jazz, Funk and Pop.

    Recognized as the “Best Jazz Band in Phoenix” by the Phoenix New Times Magazine and the “Best Blues Band” by the Arizona Republic, this versatile band led by founder Larry Rhymes is comprised of some of the best musicians in Phoenix. Their repertoire contains 60’s and 70’s Funk, 80’s Jams, Smooth Jazz, Classic Soul and Motown.

    For details, visit ratioband.com

  • Saturday
    15

    Michael V.AMC Fountain, 7-9pm

    Adult Contemporary Guitarist
    The music of Michael V. blends elements of rock, folk & jazz. Comparisons to Steely Dan, Don Henley, Bryan Adams and Sting have been mentioned.

    The music of Michael V is diverse, and therefore is difficult to categorize. This is probably why the is one of LA’s best-kept secrets. Most record companies won’t pick up an artist that covers as much musical ground as Michael V does. Nevertheless, Michael V demands a good listen and his new release with his band Ghandi’s Garage entitled “Open” is their canvas for you to enjoy.

    For details, visit myspace.com/ghandisgarage

  • Friday
    21

    Nicki Park MusicDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Top 40 Cover Band
    With “front man”, Kyle Sorrell (guitar / lead vocals), and “musical sidekick”, Nicki Park (keys/vocals), Sorrell Park offers a perfect mix of both new and old school covers and originals. Band members, Nhat Yors (bass), Corey Plueard (drums), and Travis Snowberger (lead guitar) add all of the flavors that incorporate a fun energy and entertaining sound. This band can be found playing at several hot spots in the Phoenix area as well as Scottsdale, Sedona and Flagstaff.

    For details, visit facebook.com/npmusicaz

  • Friday
    21

    Matt KahlerAMC Fountain, 7-9pm

    Acoustic Guitarist/Singer/Songwriter
    Matt Kahler is a local Phoenix, Arizona singer-songwriter. He’s been playing guitar for seven years, and began writing his own soft acoustic-rock-inspired songs in 2010, centered around guitar rhythms and catchy vocal hooks. Matt draws influences from nearly all types of music, but most prominently rock, blues, pop, and jazz. His dedication to putting everything into writing and performing, along with his smooth style and catchy songs are sure to capture and entertain any audience.

  • Saturday
    22

    3NATIONSDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    High Energy Pop/Rock/Funk/Reggae
    3NATIONS is an Arizona-based band formed by Lelea Fonua on August 2014. The band was initially put together for a benefit concert held by Teen Lifeline and guest of honor Jordin Sparks.

    3NATIONS’ genres of music range from Funk, Jazz, Soul, Pop Rock, Rock, Blues, Indie, Gospel and Reggae. Lead singer Lelea Fonua is Alice Cooper’s Proof is in the Pudding 2013 soloist winner and has worked and performed with Alice Cooper, Jordin Sparks, Gavin Degraw, KISS, Motley Crew, Joan Jett, Radio Disney, Nickelodeon, Kids Star USA (Kids Bop Kid finalist), LA Guns, NFL, MLB, NBA and so much more.

    For details, visit lelea.org

  • Saturday
    22

    Sandy HathawayAMC Fountain, 7-9pm

    Indie Acoustic Singer/Songwriter
    Sandy Hathaway is from Chandler and has been performing and writing songs for over 14 years in Arizona, Michigan, California, Hawaii and Belize, Central America. Her songs are laced with colorful metaphors and her vocal style has been compared to Joni Mitchell, Patty Griffin and Dar Williams. Sandy writes songs from her heart and experiences growing up on a farm, with people and places that made lasting impressions in her life. Her descriptive writing transports the listener to places and times that she creates through music and lyrics. Sandy was in the top 10 for the Tucson Folk Festival songwriter contest in 2005. Sandy music has been in the top three on ReverbNation for over six months.

    For details, visit sandyhathaway.com

  • Friday
    28

    Peppermint JamesAMC Fountain, 7-10pm

    Original Alternative & Cover Band
    Peppermint James was formed in Phoenix, Arizona in 2004. With strong influence from The Beatles, The Wailers, traditional jazz and blues artists and many outstanding world musicians, the sound of Peppermint James continually evolves with a no limits attitude towards songwriting and arranging.

    Peppermint James continues their busy schedule of energetic live performances, released their sophomore album and is looking forward to sharing their music on a continuously larger scale.

    For details, visit peppermintjames.com

  • Friday
    28

    Elijah Phillips AMC Fountain, 7-9pm

    Keyboard Player
    Elijah is 17 years old and has been playing the piano for 9 years. Enjoy the sounds of this pianist as he performs his originals, 80s cover songs and today’s hits.

    For details, visit musicbyelijah.weebly.com

  • Saturday
    29

    Pat Roberts and the HeymakersDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Rock, Rockabilly, Blues
    Pat Roberts and the Heymakers play authentic rockabilly/honky tonk music influenced by musicians such as Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis Presley, Hank Williams and Faron Young.

    The band released its 1st album in September 2011 called “Lonesome and Blue”— a stunning record mixing great traditional influences with Pat Roberts’ warm and passionate vocals in creative songs that make for an elegant and authentic roots-music masterpiece!

    For details, visit facebook.com/patrobertsandtheheymakers

  • Saturday
    29

    Pam MoritaAMC Fountain, 7-9pm

    Jazz Keyboardist
    A professional pianist/singer in Chicago since 1980, Pam played at the Drake Hotel, Park Hyatt Hotel, the Fairmont, the Palmer House as well as well known jazz clubs as Andy’s and the Green Mill.In 2000, Pam moved to Phoenix primarily because her parents lived there. Since moving to the Valley, Pam became a Nordstrom pianist for 5 years (as a soloist and with trios), and has played at the Top of the Rock Restaurant, Glendale Gaslight Inn, the Estate House, Cartwright’s, Chandler Jazz Festival, 98 South, the Phoenix Music Festival, the Borgata, the Phoenician, the Biltmore, West Valley Art Museum, Scottsdale Artwalk, and the Kerr Cultural Center.

    For details, visit pammorita.com

  • Friday
    4

    Come Back BuddyAMC Fountain, 7-10pm

    Buddy Holly Tribute Band
    Come Back Buddy is a 3-piece Rock-n-Roll band inspired by the legendary “Buddy Holly and the Crickets.”

    The trio’s repertoire includes the music of many artists from the 50’s era including Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Ricky Nelson, and of course, Buddy Holly. Mike Randall provides lead vocals and guitar with Janine Randall on bass and Don Rinehart on drums. The band has a strong foundation…and a strong following!

    For details, visit comebackbuddy.com

  • Friday
    4

    Nick JensenAMC Fountain, 7-9pm

    Acoustic Guitar Singer/Songwriter
    Nick has been performing around the valley as the front man of local bands Static March and Five High for the last several years. He has recently branched out on his own to create a refreshing “stripped-down” sound using only his acoustic guitar and looping pedals. Nick takes on classic tunes by legends such as Tom Petty, Bruce Springsteen, and Stevie Wonder, as well as modern Top 40 hits. With his smooth vocals and bluesy inspired guitar playing, you’ll be sure to stick around and listen to his whole set!

    For details, visit nickjensenmusic.com

  • Saturday
    5

    The Aaron Nelson ProjectDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Variety Band

    For details, visit facebook.com

  • Saturday
    5

    Jim “Jimfab” HelmsAMC Fountain, 7-9pm

    Singer and Songwriter
    Jim Helms is a singer songwriter that performs hits from the 50’s through today with a modern coffee shop twist. Jim is a local Firefighter that has spent the past couple years using his musical talents for good. Jim plays mostly charity events in support of Fire, Police, and military.

    Over the past couple years Jim has helped raise thousands of dollars for many worthy causes as well as entertain hundreds of retired veterans that would not otherwise get the chance to enjoy live music.

    For details, visit reverbnation.com/jimfab

  • Friday
    11

    The Phoenician Four JazztetDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    High Energy Jazz Band
    The Phoenician Four Jazztet was created for a last minute show under the name “The Last Minute Trio” with only three members: Joshua Enns (drums), Tony Salce (saxophone), and Scott Harris (bass). After playing the show, we collectively decided that we enjoyed it so much that we would continue playing jazz with each other as a trio.

    We soon decided to fill out our sound and brought in a fourth member, Kristen Turner to play cello. We initially thought the cello would be an experimental instrument for the jazz band, but soon after decided to have Kristen play guitar and piano, which better fit the genre. The Phoenician Four was born. We continue to learn new jazz standards as well as writing and arranging our own material.

    For details, visit reverbnation.com/thephoenicianfour

  • Friday
    11

    Loran CoxAMC Fountain, 7-9pm

    Contemporary Jazz Flugelhorn
    Flugelhorn with a passion...contemporary jazz flugelhorn artist Loran Cox performs music with an energetic and passionate blend of contemporary jazz, Latin and Soul.

    As bandleader of the acclaimed Dallas-based 7-piece Latin jazz group “Mambo Combo”, performances have included South-by-Southwest Music Conference (SXSW) and National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS) “Grammy Sessions Live”.

    As a jazz trumpeter in Miami, Loran has performed with Grammy, Latin Grammy and international recording artists including Luis Enrique, Lefty Perez, Marlow Rosado, Tito Puente, Jr., Lalo Rodriguez, “Cachao” Lopez, Nestor Torres and Desmond Child.

    For details, visit lorancox.com

  • Saturday
    12

    August in StereoDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Indie Alternative Band
    August in Stereo is a band comprised of five stellar working-class musicians who play nothing but popular rock and alternative radio hits. A good majority of the material they play comes from the 90s bands like Sublime, Pearl Jam, Blink 182, Green Day, 311 and Weezer, but they also cover a few newer and older bands like the Black Keys, Jet, Elvis, Chuck Berry and Buddy Holly.

    For details, visit facebook.com/augustinstereo

  • Saturday
    12

    John Calvert AMC Fountain, 7-9pm

    Folk, Classical and World Music
    The words earthy and melodic best describe the fresh sound of accomplished fingerstyle guitarist John Calvert. Harnessing aural textures from folk, jazz, flamenco and classical music, Calvert’s genuine and unpretentious compositions resound with a calming yet adventurous spirit.

    Calvert attributes much of his success to his perennial experience at the world famous Berklee College of Music. His rich formal training artfully blends into an inspiring and original sound. Though his music is difficult to categorize, John likes to classify it as simply guitar music. He performs frequently at a variety of venues throughout the Phoenix area, both solo and in groups such as Radiant Sky.

    John’s down-to-earth attitude, combined with outstanding musical technique, continues to delight audiences. Whether performing for a small intimate group or for a large-capacity setting, John Calvert is guaranteed to deliver a most memorable listening experience!

    For details, visit johncalvertmusic.net

  • Friday
    18

    The Main Event BandDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Big Band with Horns
    The Main Event Band is a group of professional musicians that have been performing together in the Phoenix area since 2009. Their music repertoire ranges from the classical swing era of Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald to the rock sounds of Chicago, Tower of Power, Motown, Classic Rock, and Country. Their two terrific singers engage the audience with their enthusiasm and performance style while the rhythm section provides the structure and the horns the extra punches and background for a great sound.

    For details, visit maineventswingband.com

  • Friday
    18

    Matt KahlerAMC Fountain, 7-9pm

    Acoustic Guitarist, Singer and Songwriter
    Matt Kahler is a local singer and songwriter from Phoenix, Arizona. He’s been playing guitar for seven years, and he began writing his own soft acoustic-rock-inspired songs in 2010, centered on guitar rhythms and catchy vocal hooks. Matt draws influences from nearly all types of music, but most prominently rock, blues, pop and jazz. His dedication to writing and performing, along with his smooth style and catchy songs, are sure to capture and entertain any audience.

  • Saturday
    19

    RatioDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Funk, Soul, Jazz and R&B Band
    Ratio is one of Phoenix, Arizona’s premier bands specializing in Rhythm and Blues, Jazz, Funk and Pop.

    Recognized as the “Best Jazz Band in Phoenix” by the Phoenix New Times Magazine and the “Best Blues Band” by the Arizona Republic, this versatile band led by founder Larry Rhymes is comprised of some of the best musicians in Phoenix. Their repertoire contains 60’s and 70’s Funk, 80’s Jams, Smooth Jazz, Classic Soul and Motown.

    For details, visit ratioband.com

  • Saturday
    19

    Jocelyn ObermeyerAMC Fountain, 7-9pm

    Harpist Extraordinaire
    Jocelyn Obermeyer, a Certified Therapeutic Harp Practitioner, began her musical interests in 3rd grade with the organ and piano. Shortly thereafter, she took up the clarinet and continued on to graduate from Northern Illinois University with a Bachelors of Music in Clarinet. Also having studied flute and jazz saxophone, she had the opportunity to tour with jazz greats like Louie Bellson, James Moody and Phil Wilson, just to name a few.

  • Friday
    25

    Generation CoverDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Cover Band
    Generation Cover formed in early 2015 and has been wowing audiences across Arizona ever since. With the unmatched vocal abilities of Rachel Charnell, the band has a foundation that is rock solid. Dennis Webster on keys, Scott Donald on guitar, Robert Lovato on bass and drummer/vocalist Randy Rask round out the band.

    We pride ourselves on providing a vast catalog of music, ranging from Elvis Presley to The Red Hot Chili Peppers. A typical set list will have songs from the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and right up to today’s current hits. Classic Rock, Country, Alternative, Hard Rock, Funk and Disco is all included. The audience always brings a smile to our faces as we watch them lip sync, and air guitar from the stage.

    For details, visit generationcover.com

  • Friday
    25

    Janelle LoesAMC Fountain, 7-9pm

    Indie Singer and Songwriter
    Janelle Loes is an emerging singer and songwriter with the talent to spin a song and mesmerize an audience. Fusing elements of jazz, pop and adult contemporary music, her style is catchy and smooth, while her voice is a deep sea serenade through rich, expressive waters.

    For details, visit janelleloes.com

  • Saturday
    26

    New PhilosophyAMC Fountain, 7-10pm

    Top 40 Cover Band
    The music of New Philosophy blends elements of rock, folk and jazz. This Phoenix/L.A. based band has the makings of great rock combos we’ve seen before.

    Comparisons to Steely Dan, Don Henley, Bryan Adams and Sting have been mentioned. Drummer Daniel Villanueva lays down a firm & steady groove for Bassist Al Mora to punctuate. Guitarists Michael and Angel Villanueva fill the mid and upper register with superb chords, as Michael’s catchy and sophisticated melodies are sung with passion.

    For details, visit reverbnation.com

  • Saturday
    26

    West Hills BrothersAMC Fountain, 7-9pm

    Acoustic Guitar Duo
    The West Hills Brothers are a unique duo of acoustic/electric guitars, vocals and percussion. Carson Smith is on lead vocals, guitar, and percussion and his twin brother Cole plays acoustic and electric guitar and mandolin.

    They are originally from West Hills, California but now live in Arizona and perform on a regular basis at art walks, festivals, private parties and special events throughout the state. Their music is a great mix of classic rock, pop, alternative and original tunes with their own unique style.

    For details, visit westhillsbrothers.com

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