All of the live music playing around Tucson this week.
Catch the Seldom Scene at 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 14, at 191 Toole, 191 Toole Ave. $28-30.
Shows to keep you up at night.
Goth music provided a teenage existence that John Darnielle and Peter Hughes both experienced, long before they'd meet up and become bandmates.
All the live music lined up this week around town.
Check out Acorn Bcorn, alongside many other talented women at the Chick Magnet art, poetry and music fest at 191 Toole. 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 8.
Live music for those staying out late this week.
Marcus King and his quintet bring their outsized wall of slashing guitars, cutting organs and crashing drums to Tucson just in time for Labor Day.
All the top shows and gigs to see around Tucson this week.
Catch Cement Shoes performing with Badflower at The Rock. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 2. All ages.
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All the best live music shows around Tucson this week.
Andrew W.K. might be the most interesting man in American rock-and-roll music, bringing more than a decade's worth of hedonistic hits with an underlying theme of positivity
The dynamics in Sasami Ashworth's music go far beyond abrupt volume switches, although they are enamoring and make you whirl.
This one's into fessin' not frontin', a lover not a fighter all the way down that well-straddled reggaeton-trap line.
Over an impressive 42 years, Greg Kihn has managed to squeeze in three entirely separate and successful careers.
Live music shows not to miss this week.
Introducing Paul Cherry: a total ham, even when he's adorned in fruits.
Shows for those night owls out there.
When Tucson folk comes to mind, so do images of the Sonoran sunset, dusty cacti, orange-tinged mountains and the vast blue skies.
Live music to watch this week.
What local genres doesn't Tucson have? Latin rock and dusty folk for sure, but if the four-piece band In Lessons is any indication, we definitely have a unique and proficient post-hardcore scene.