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Phoenix, AZ 85050
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Mon–Sat: 11am – 9pm
Sun: 11am – 6pm

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Live Music

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

  • Friday
    22

    Whiskey BentDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Country Rock Band
    Whiskey Bent is a high-energy Country Rock band playing the best of the classic outlaw to the latest rockin’ modern country hits, plus some hard hitting rock and roll. Their Country Music with a kick is sure to get the party started and the boots scootin’ around the dance floor.

    For details, visit whiskeybentarizona.com

  • Friday
    22

    Michael V.Splash Pad, 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

  • Saturday
    23

    Jam Austin Murray, Vermilion and The Shadow Chameleon District Stage, 7-10pm

    Jam Austin Murray – an early 20-something songwriter, vagabond and philosopher of ROCK, Jam brings his unique energy, beautiful songs and outstanding vocals to every performance. Also playing in one of AZ’s most popular up-and-coming bands, Vintage Wednesday, he’s getting a firm foothold in the Phoenix music scene, having done some amazing shows all over the Valley and even appearing with Alice Cooper. Visit facebook.com for more about Jam.

    There was Pink Floyd, there was Depeche Mode, there was Muse… a band that mixes the influences of all 3 is The Shadow Chameleon. California rockers that have made it through amazing highs and difficult lows, to spread their sound to LA and beyond. Songs that grab you with their melody, their intensity, and leave you wanting to hear more. Check out their album ‘Gemini’ available for purchase or download. Visit facebook.com for band details.

    Rock ‘n’ Roll has never been the same since the last iconic decade. Some band had to come along and change that. Bringing the 90s vibe and the punk rock, DIY sense of adventure back to indie alternative rock - SoCal’s Vermilion is a band you need to see live to appreciate. The next great LA Rock experience with the best female vocalist to emerge in years. Visit facebook.com for more about Vermilion.

  • Saturday
    23

    JamaicaSplash Pad, 7-9pm

    Singer/Songwriter
    Jamaica was brought up with music as a huge part of her life. She began playing music when at the age of 4 or 5 on ukulele. Her first guitar was had at the age of 7 and by age 12 she was a drummer in a band. Jamica’s music is mesmerizing, captivating, and urges you to want more. She crosses the genre clutter with catchy tunes that fit into many categories. Her primary love is blues, however she writes everything from folk to film scores.

    For details, visit reverbnation.com/jamaicarusso

  • Friday
    29

    Plan BDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Classic Rock Band
    This local, classic rock band specializes in covering the best rock songs from the past four decades. Relive songs by your favorite artists like Kiss, Led Zeppelin, Billy Joel, Joan Jett, The Cars, Volbet, Offspring, Bad Company and many more. Sit back and enjoy fun renditions of hits like “What I Like About You” and “Jessie’s Girl,” or get up and dance along to these throwback tunes!

    For details, visit facebook.com/planbazmusic

  • Friday
    29

    Todd OwensSplash Pad, 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.

    For details, visit facebook.com

  • Saturday
    30

    Nina SpeakingDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    90s and Classic Rock Band
    Nina Speaking is a 4-piece cover band that plays primarily 90s alternative/rock music, but also plays well-known music from other eras and genres (classic rock, Motown). A bit of trivia: "Nina Speaking" is a reference to a most excellent 90s movie, “Office Space.” Formed in late 2013, Nina Speaking has been growing attention and a fan base around the valley.

    For details, visit ninaspeaking.com

  • Saturday
    30

    Eric RamseySplash Pad, 7-9pm

    Americana Folk Rock Singer and Songwriter
    Eric has been active in the Valley music scene for many years, performing solo and as part of a number of bands. He is a founding member of the seminal, alt-folk-swamp-country-rock-southern-blues-boogie band Spiny Norman. With soaring vocals and organic arrangements, Eric’s original compositions reflect his wide-ranging musical influences. Using cover material drawn from Bruce Cockburn, Jackson Browne, Ry Cooder, David Lindley and more, Eric unites a variety of styles to create one unique and original sound.

    For details, visit ericramsey.net

  • Friday
    6

    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
    6

    Janelle LoesSplash Pad, 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
    7

    RushifiedDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Rush Tribute Band
    Rushified is the newest premier Rush tribute trio on the Phoenix scene. Together, lead guitarist Rich LeSchander, bassist/keyboardist/sound effects/lead vocalist Mike “Batman” Higgins, and percussionist Mike “Spaz” Santner comprise over 100 years of musical experience with their instruments. Rushified’s name hails from the Rush fan’s classic film “I Love You, Man” where a Rush fan’s fiance experiences Rush for the first time over a tinny set of laptop speakers.

    Dedicated to their craft, Rushified’s mission statement is authenticity over originality, because when it comes to Rush, the fans want to see as well as hear the chops and get as close as possible to the real thing, not ad libs and instrumental fibs. All three members have been die-hard Rush fans since the beginning, and their goal is to bring that love authentically to the stage for fans and newcomers alike. In select venues, a Rushified show furthers the experience with lasers and projected images to recreate even more of Rush’s signature tour elements. Come to our next show and Prepare … to BE … Rushified!

    For details, visit facebook.com/rushifiedband

  • Saturday
    7

    Dave ClarkSplash Pad, 7-9pm

    Singer and Songwriter
    Dave Clark started his musical career in his hometown of Cleveland, Ohio. He picked up his first guitar at age 14 and hasn’t put it down since. After performing in bands such as Baby Blue, Auntie Social, Dreamer, Dia Pason and Rough House, Dave began his solo career in 1992 with the release of the single “If You Only Knew.” Dave now lives just outside Phoenix, Arizona and continues to write and record in his home studio. Vocally reminiscent of Bon Jovi meets John Lennon, Dave performs classic rock driven solo acoustic performances all over the Phoenix valley and beyond, playing popular hits spanning the last 50 years with special emphasis on The Beatles, The Eagles, Pink Floyd and Billy Joel.  He is in the early stages of producing a full-length album of original material, tentatively entitled “Rock City.”

    For details, visit rockcitydave.webs.com

  • Friday
    13

    Eric and the DominoesDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Eric Clapton Tribute Band
    Eric and the Dominoes is dedicated to providing the ultimate tribute to the music of Eric Clapton. This music resonates across generations, some of the greatest rock, blues and love songs of all time. Eric and the Dominoes takes it one step further by not just playing the songs off the radio. Instead, they present the more dramatic live versions that Eric Clapton and his colleagues have developed over the years, for a true concert experience.

    For details, visit ericandthedominoes.com

  • Friday
    13

    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
    14

    Back In The SaddleDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Aerosmith Tribute Band
    Back in the Saddle is a premier tribute band hailing from Phoenix, Arizona. Experience their exhilarating performance as they recreate vintage Aerosmith with a modern twist. With music and vocals so authentic, you might just confuse Back in the Saddle with the real Aerosmith in their prime.

  • Saturday
    14

    Sandy HathawaySplash Pad, 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
    20

    Wide AwakeDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    U2 Tribute Band
    Wide Awake is a local, alternative rock cover band that specializes in the music of U2. Blending musicianship and special effects, they recreate the ambient music of U2 in front of live audiences in a truly authentic and exciting experience. Wide Awake is known for bringing energy and passion to every show, much like their Irish counterparts. This is a must-see for any U2 fan or music enthusiast.

    For details, visit reverbnation.com/wideawakeu2

  • Friday
    20

    David & Amy
    of Peppermint James
    Splash Pad, 7-9pm

    Alternative Acoustic Guitar Duo
    David & Amy of Peppermint James perform as an Acoustic duo. Peppermint James was formed in Phoenix, Arizona in 2004 with strong influence from The Beatles, The Wailers, traditional jazz and blues artists, and many other outstanding world musicians.

    The sounds of Peppermint James continually evolves with a no limits attitude towards songwriting and arranging.

    For details, visit peppermintjames.com

  • Saturday
    21

    RatioDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Tribute to Motown
    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 is led by founder Larry Rhymes and is comprised of some of the best musicians in Phoenix. Their repertoire contains 60s and 70s funk, 80s jams, smooth jazz, classic soul and Motown.

    For details, visit ratioband.com

  • Saturday
    21

    Loran CoxSplash Pad, 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

  • Friday
    27

    Ultimate Bon JoviDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Bon Jovi Tribute Band
    Back in a small town at the Jersey shore, Johnny Giovanni was working in a local pizza parlor owned by Nico. Johnny had dreams of forming a Bon Jovi tribute band, something to get out of the small town world, something bigger and better than he was. He had the look, could sing and play the guitar. He just needed the band. One day a guy with a guitar slung across his back came into the pizza place. His name was Ritchie Samborini. A slice and a Coke turned into a dream. Johnny told Ritchie about his dream of a band and how he'd been holding onto it. Ritchie said he was in. Now they needed the other half of the band.

    Nico overheard the conversations and said he's a drummer who had the chops to handle the job. Nico was interested.

    The last piece of the puzzle was the bassist and keyboard player. They needed just the right fit but didn't know who could pull it off until one day Bobby and Danny strolled in for a slice. The were both classically trained and had studied at Juilliard in nearby New York City and came down the shore for the summer.

    That's how Ultimate Bon Jovi became Ultimate Bon Jovi.

    For details, visit ultimatebonjovi.com

  • Friday
    27

    Pam MoritaSplash Pad, 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

  • Saturday
    28

    Diamond in the RoughDistrict Stage, 7-10pm

    Neil Diamond Tribute Band
    The ultimate tribute to Neil Diamond and his music! Greg Ansel brings the look and sound of Neil Diamond to recreate the singer/songwriter’s greatest hits including “Sweet Caroline”, “Cracklin’ Rosie” and “Cherry, Cherry”. Bring your clapping hands and your singing voices...cause you’re gonna need em!

    For details, visit ndtribute.com

  • Saturday
    28

    Matt KahlerSplash Pad, 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.

    For details, visit facebook.com

  • Sunday
    10

    Jazz in the CourtyardSunday, December 10
    Barnes & Noble Courtyard, 12-2pm

    Sit back, relax or dance the afternoon away to jazz featuring talented members of Paradise Valley Community College. Enjoy light bites, refreshments and giveaways!

    For details, visit shopdesertridge.com/jazz

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