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21001 N. Tatum Blvd.
Phoenix, AZ 85050
(480) 513-7586

Located at the Loop 101 & Tatum Blvd.
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Mon–Sat: 11am – 9pm
Sun: 11am – 6pm

Store and restaurant hours may vary.
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Live Music

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

  • Friday
    19

    Ken Willis & The Victory Band District Stage, 7-10pm

    R&B, Blues Band
    Ken Willis & The Victory Band will you bring you back to the Motown years with their smooth sounds and vibes. Steeped deeply in his Detroit roots, Ken Willis is able to provide the audience with a nostalgic feeling through his classic R&B and Blues music.

  • Friday
    19

    Serena NicolleSplash Pad, 7-9pm

    Singer/Songwriter
    Since Serena was a little girl, her ear for music has always been uncanny. At the age of six, she learned to play the piano, and from there, her love of music grew.

    Serena has been composing music since the age of 12, and throughout her schooling, she participated in numerous music projects such as the first ever fully-written student musical. Her musical prowess was partially cultivated by Arcadia High School’s CMAS program (Contemporary, Music, and Sound), which is taught by Grammy nominated music educator, Richard Maxwell. Serena is currently a Business Music Major at Scottsdale Community College. All in all, Serena is a young musician who is just at the start of an illustrious symphonic journey.

    For details, visit serenanicollemusic.com

  • Saturday
    20

    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
    20

    Clear DaySplash Pad, 7-9pm

    Acoustic Americana Folk Trio
    Steve & Jet Colyn-Dahlgren (Clear Day) write, record and produce their own originals. To date they have five songs aired nationally and working on their 3rd CD. Jet is a singer/songwriter and plays percussion instruments.

    Steve’s ‘Beatle-ish’ ‘John Lennon’ sound has earned him the ‘Featured Vocalist’ title for the annual ‘Beatles Tribute’ performed through PVCC’s Center for the Performing Arts and at the Botanical Gardens. Along the way, Steve & Jet have met amazingly talented musicians they invite to play at various local events and venues. A ‘permanent fixture’ to Clear Day is vocalist, Rick Marx, who plays a mean harmonica, dobro & guitar!

    Whether it’s their original music or ‘oldies classic soft-rock’ acoustic covers, ranging from America to ZZ Top, kick back & enjoy this down-to-earth band.

    For details, visit facebook.com/cleardaymusic

  • Friday
    26

    Frosty & The Silver TonesDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Rockabilly, Rock-n-Roll, Blues, Swing
    Frosty & The Silver Tones are a fun party band with high energy. They play Rock-n-Roll, Rockabilly, Blues, Swing and other styles that they turn into their own. If you like your entertainment with an exciting twist, you’ll love Frosty & The Silver Tones.

    For details, visit facebook.com/frostykeys

  • Friday
    26

    Henry ThompsonSplash Pad, 7-9pm

    Acoustic Guitarist/Vocalist
    Henry is 14 years old and enjoys singing and playing the guitar. Since the age of 7, Henry has been performing in talent shows and community events. He enjoys a variety of genres and can be found singing anything from U2 to Bruno Mars.

    For details, visit youtube.com

  • Saturday
    27

    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
    27

    Jocelyn ObermeyerSplash Pad, 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
    2

    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
    2

    Scott Semple of Hello SwindonSplash Pad, 7-9pm

    Indie Alternative Guitarist
    The musical direction of Hello Swindon can only be described as eclectic.

    They are just as likely to come with a country–rock ditty as they are to rip into a ska or reggae song. Rock and roll is at the heart of things, but Hello Swindon does it in an acoustic-electric style that retains the energy and fun, but hints at the folksy blues beginnings of America’s greatest gift to the world.

    For details, visit helloswindon.com

  • Saturday
    3

    The Shaky Ground BandDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Classic Rock Cover Band
    A combination of great vocals and accomplished musicianship; The Shaky Ground Band play a variety of UPBEAT music from the 60’s thru today for Good Times, Good People, Good Fun!

    Featuring an extraordinary female lead singer with a powerful, soulful voice, two lead guitarists whose lightning licks & harmonic riffs will have you mesmerized and a bass/drum rhythm section you can set your watch to; this band is well polished and poised playing music by The Beatles, The Eagles, The Doors, Journey, ZZ Top, Cheap Trick, Tom Petty, Stevie Nicks, Pat Benatar, REM, The Rolling Stones, Joe Cocker, Miranda Lambert & More!

    For details, visit theshakygroundband.com

  • Saturday
    3

    John CalvertSplash Pad, 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
    9

    Come Back BuddyDistrict Stage, 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
    9

    Nashville StandardSplash Pad, 7-9pm

    Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist
    Nashville Standard is singer/songwriter Adam Melia, a solo acoustic guitar/ harmonica/ vocalist exploring the roots of American music, spotlighting the timeless sounds of 1950’s, 60’s era country, blues, and rock-n-roll. The Standard’s repertoire includes the music of Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison, Carl Perkins, Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Marty Robbins, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, The Everly Brothers, and more.

    For details, visit adamandimakemusic.com/nashvillestandard

  • Saturday
    10

    New PhilosophyDistrict Stage, 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
    10

    Scott JeffersSplash Pad, 7-9pm

    Violinist Extraordinaire
    Scott Jeffers is composer and band leader. His own Lebanese heritage and American upbringing has inspired his vision to fuse elements of ancient ethnic music with rock.

    Known for his fiery and passionate violin and vocal performances, Scott’s commanding presence onstage adds to the power of his band, Traveler, composing most of his songs while traveling extensively through foreign lands in which the people, sounds, sights, smells and landscape of these far away places brings a true authenticity to the fusion.

    For details, visit travelerworldmusic.com

  • Friday
    16

    People Who Could FlyDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Indie Pop Band
    People Who Could Fly is an indie pop band formed in 2013 and based in Phoenix, AZ. The group's style draws influence from acts such as Walk the Moon, The 1975, Cage the Elephant and Two Door Cinema Club.

    People Who Could Fly has performed with national acts including Rick Springfield, Howard Jones, Roger Clyne, and Reel Big Fish. The band also provided entertainment for The Arizona Cardinals NFL games in 2016. Their album "Neon Electric" was produced by Grammy-winner Robb Vallier (Gin Blossoms, Foo Fighters, Miranda Lambert).

    For details, visit peoplewhocouldfly.com

  • Friday
    16

    76th Street featuring Haley & SpencerSplash Pad, 7-9pm

    Indie Singer/Songwriters
    We believe that a song is an opportunity to tell a story in a way that relates an experience to a melody. These are our stories, and you give them a chance to be heard.

    For details, visit facebook.com/haleyandspencer

  • Saturday
    17

    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
    17

    Dakota VillanuevaSplash Pad, 7-9pm

    Contemporary Guitarist
    Dakota Villanueva is an up and coming musician born and raised in Arizona. The 20-year-old has been producing, writing, and performing music since his early teens. Dakota specializes in contemporary, pop, and R&B, but performs all others types of music. He will mesmerize the audience with his pristine vocals and make you tap your feet with his rhythmic guitar playing.

    For details, visit instagram.com/kotacasey

  • Friday
    23

    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

  • Friday
    23

    M SquaredSplash Pad, 7-9pm

    Acoustic Adult Contemporary Duo
    Mark and Carol Mellis began performing together while pursuing music majors at Arizona State University. They have been a musical duo throughout their married life and enjoy combining their talents of vocals, piano, flute and saxophone while performing anything from jazz combos to classical ensembles.

    For details, visit http://www.carolmellis.com

  • Saturday
    24

    Vinyl NovaDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Roots, Rock, Covers and Original Band
    Vinyl Nova formed in the mid-1990’s from a coffee house trio with originating members, Mark Weeter, Andy Boubel and Julie Kossak. After forming a 5-piece lineup, the group quickly emerged as a popular band touring state venues and performing covers and originals with an emphasis on vocal harmonies and instrumental dynamics.

    The original members have regrouped to put together a very versatile repertoire of acoustic and electric sets of new and previous originals as well as a blend of roots, old country, rock, blues and “B-Side” cover tunes. Don’t miss the opportunity to check out the unique sounds of the reunited Vinyl Nova!

    For details, visit vinylnova.com

  • Saturday
    24

    Matt KahlerSplash Pad, 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.

    For details, visit facebook.com

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