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  • Guitar Hero
  • Guitar Hero

    Tucson-raised Robby Lochner always managed to earn a living with his guitar. Then his discipline inspired new life in a suicidal nostalgia act.
      The Whisky a Go Go is a shell of its former self. What was once, alongside the neighboring Rainbow and Roxy, the manic epicenter of the musical social scene on the Sunset Strip, is now a pay-to-play haven operating on past glories and the merch sales associated with that.
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  • Good Juju
  • Good Juju

    Chris Black joins other local music luminaries to create ... chamber music?
  • Vintage Vinyl Tucson
  • Vintage Vinyl Tucson

    This week: The Sot Weed Factor
      "They'd get really drunk and I saw them get in fist fights on stage," said The Dearly Beloved's Tom Walker about The Sot Weed Factor. Even though the blues-based Yardbirds and Kinks-inspired band were rough around the edges, they were unhappy with the crude cavernous sound at Tucson's Copper State Recording Studio.
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  • Homecoming King: Gabriel Sullivan
  • Homecoming King: Gabriel Sullivan

    After spending time abroad and behind the scene, Gabriel Sullivan steps back into the sun
      In the recent past, Tucson singer-songwriter Gabriel Sullivan has become somewhat of a ghost. No, maybe not a ghost, but let's call him a part-time ex-pat working behind the scenes. Maybe ghost was better.
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  • Local Sound
  • Local Sound

    Tucson’s Cloud Microphones is shaking up the recording industry using handmade 1930s technology and in-state manufacturing
      Cloud began buying up old ribbon microphones to fix and sell once people in the recording industry noticed their ability to give a “warm” or “vintage” tone to digital recordings.
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  • Corridos Migrantes: Vox Urbana
  • Corridos Migrantes: Vox Urbana

    For two years, Vox Urbana’s been working on Cumbia Corridos to tell the stories of immigrants who cross the border
      Once an immigrant crosses the Rio Grande or the massive, unforgiving Sonoran Desert, the smiles and sorrows they carry from their native lands are stripped away.
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  • That Vibe
  • That Vibe

    Alberta Cross jumps across the pond and falls in love with America





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