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  • Whiz Kid
  • Whiz Kid

    Veronica Swift readies dramatic set for Tucson Jazz Fest
      Veronica Swift is the daughter of two world-renowned jazz musicians: Stephanie Nakasian and Hod O’Brien, so it’s unsurprising to learn that she’s been involved in music for as long as she can remember.
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  • Let’s Bounce
  • Let’s Bounce

    Big Freedia is bringing her dance party to Tucson
      The music had, for the most part, remained in the underground for years until Big Freedia took the bull by the horns and dragged it into the mainstream. Also an icon for the LGBTQ community, Freedia herself describes bounce as, “uptempo and heavy bass, call and response type music, and it has a lot to do with the shaking of ass.”
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  • Dancing at Dusk
  • Dancing at Dusk

    Kaskade, Rezz, Two Door Cinema Club, Cray and Broncho are coming to downtown Tucson’s big music fest
      This year sees the fourth Dusk Fest taking place at Armory Park, and the lineup is typically eclectic and outstanding, highlighting some of the best talent in contemporary hip-hop, pop and alternative rock.
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  • Second Genesis
  • Second Genesis

    Steve Hackett dips his toes back into rocky waters
      Earlier this year, former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett released At the Edge of Light, his 25th solo album. Perhaps surprisingly to some, it charted in 12 countries and the man himself thinks it’s the best-reviewed of all his solo efforts.
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  • Happy Birthday, KLPX
  • Happy Birthday, KLPX

    Classic rock station celebrates 40th anniversary with 38 Special concert
      On July 4, local FM radio station KLPX (96.1) celebrated its 40th anniversary. That’s four decades since they first signed on the air in 1979, and they’ve been broadcasting in the classic rock format ever since.
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