Tucson Weekly May 23 - May 29, 1996



Magic Happens

Take a bunch of American supermusicians, add the ability to experiment--and you've got the ground-breaking band Chesapeake.
By Pam Parrish


Looks like Lollapalooza overlord Perry Farrell has finally left the building, and the big gig is leaning toward metal this year.
By Jennifer Murphy

Quick Scans

Clannad, Saint Etienne, Various Classical Artists.

Club Listings

What's happening at Tucson night spots for the week of May 23 - May 29, 1996.

Music Bin

A fabulous collection of reviews and articles by the Tucson Weekly staff of highly trained experts. And we've got links to all kinds of cool online music sites.


The Tucson Area Music Awards is a celebration of this city's vibrant and diverse music scene. The TAMMIES includes a weekend music festival (last year's event featured more than 80 artists at 12 venues over two nights), a gala awards ceremony, and the release of a compilation CD of music by honorees and invited guests. This site features profiles of the 1995 TAMMIES Honorees.

Music Forum

Musicians, fans, people who have rhythm, or those who merely purchase it--lend us your words. We're also looking for tips on the local club scene, such as it is.

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