Terry Trash is feeling it.
Big Meridox reflects on 20 years in Tucson hip-hop as he preps final shows
The members of hardcore metal band Dead Cross hate the term "supergroup."
This week decide if the music from Paul and Faul came from the same cranium at "Live and Let Die-A Paul McCartney Tribute" at the Fox Theater.
With her debut album, Dacus became one of the most acclaimed musicians of 2016.
The singer works hard to inspire us to take hard looks at our country's injustices.
Ramos and his protégé’s, The 44’s, take the stage at KXCI's 6th Annual House Rockin' Blues Review this Friday night.
We spoke to frontman John Brannon about the five albums that shaped him.
During his 46 years in Tucson, Daniel Buckley has developed an immense respect for Mexican-American culture.
Rena Lovelis is charisma on wheels, a magnetic ass-magnet for all sexes, whose croon-and-shout voice is crammed with deceptive sexual tension.
Ray Camacho and The Teardrops "Lonely Town"/"I Told You So" Copper State CSR 1078, 1968.
Recently, I found an old box of cassette tapes—things even I couldn't destroy.
It's taken Modern Chemistry half a decade to go from the basements around Rutgers University to one of the biggest post-punk package tours of the year.
Blackberry Smoke makes sweet, sexy country rock, cocksure and smart.
Side A is a moody, riff-driven garage classic, while the B-side is an uptempo rocker, both topped with memorable, melodic vocals.
Flotsam and Jetsam are, officially, an Arizona rock 'n' roll treasure. And that ain't no slight.
Stars Pick Their Top Five! This week: Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness
The 1965 release, "I've Got a Girl"/"Tell Her" indicated a new direction for the band and set the stage for what they would become as The Dearly Beloved.