Sophisticated Primitive

Although he was one of the first artists signed to the Windam Hill label back in the '70s, acoustic guitarist Alex De Grassi doesn't consider himself a New Age musician.
Dave Irwin

Sand Man

Tucson's own creative musical genius, Howe Gelb, comes up with a dark and delightful winner in "Hisser."
Fred Mills


Ska is not dead. As the Toasters will no doubt prove in an upcoming visit to Tucson.

Rhythm & Views

The Resonars, Marshall Crenshaw, Charles Brown.

Club Listings

What's happening at Tucson night spots for the week of November 5 - November 11, 1998.


A complete list of TAMMIES award honorees, the Tucson Area's most acclained musicians and bands. Also visit the Tucson Musican's Register, a guide to all that is the local Tucson music scene.

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.

Talk Back

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.

Desert Links

DesertNet's collection of some of the Southwest's best websites and resources.

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