With Last Man Standing, Willie Nelson has added 11 essential new songs to his classic catalog.
They’re back. After numerous requests, Verde Valley favorites Gail Kennedy, vocalist, along with Steve Sander on keyboards and vocals, return once again to The Sedona Hub for a delightful afternoon of music and merriment on Sunday, April 29, from 4-6 p.m.
Friday, April 27, local favorite DJ Johnny K once again brings his monthly installment of the Fourth Fridays dance party at Main Stage. For a few years and counting, Johnny K has delighted guests at the venue with his dance-fueled performances while playing crowd favorites of the last five decades and a variety of musical genres.
Graduates of Julliard School of Music, Peter and Will Anderson, are musicians of choice for Wynton Marsalis, Jimmy Heath, the Village Vanguard Orchestra, Wycliffe Gordon, Michael Feinstein and even the New York City Ballet.
The Old Town Center for the Arts presents a special evening of bluegrass music with Sugar and the Mint at the Old Town Center for the Arts Saturday, April 28, at 7 p.m.
The Sedona International Film Festival is partnering with the Northern Arizona Blues Alliance to present a two night Blues Festival — “Shades of Blue Revue” — on Friday and Saturday, April 20 and 21 at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
As the 35th season of performances has drawn to a close, the CMS Board of Directors announces that it is looking forward to the next season and that it will pursue new directions for the organization. In light of the changes, the organization is looking for a new artistic director.
Clear Creek Winery and Estate Vineyards proprietor, Ignacio Mesa and all of his staff, would like to welcome all to their weekly,” Saturday Afternoon Wine and Music” events. This week on Saturday, April 21st. KB Bren, a local Sedona musician, and Michael Joseph also a local musician will be performing. from 1:30-4 p.m..
Music in The House is proud to present two wonderful and stylish young singer/songwriter/performers Devin Angelet and See Bliss. Both Devin and See have performed shows in the Verde Valley, and both have previously joined “regulars” Ryan Biter, Leslie and Larry Latour, and Jim French for their Music In The House shows.
Brazilian Girls return in 2018 with Let’s Make Love, their fourth album and first since 2008’s Grammy-nominated New York City. Due via Six Degrees Records, the album release will be followed by a short U.S. tour in May.
A unique instrument, a passionate musician and live streaming concert will be showcased at the Hub on Friday, April 13th at 7 p.m. In this intimate setting, experience the allure of The Chapman Stick, played by Sedona musician Michael Kollwitz.
From the Sylphs to the Undines, from the Gnomes to Saint Francis of Assisi and from the beautiful Hebrew prayer of Avinu to Franz Liszt’s masterpiece “Benediction of God in Solitude”, Piano on the Rocks International Festival opens a path to the Divine.
Heart Song Drumming of Cottonwood will present “Drum For Water: A Community Drum Circle”, as a fundraiser for Charity Water on Saturday, April 14th from 10:30-11:30 a.m. at The Sedona Community Center.
Guitar Wizard Anthony Mazzella will be performing his “Legends of Guitar” concert at the beautiful Mary Fisher Theater on Thursday, April 12 at 7:30 pm.
The Fauré Quartet, one of the world’s leading piano quartets, will make its Sedona debut and bring Chamber Music Sedona’s 35th Anniversary to a close Sunday, April 8th, 2:30 p.m. at the Sedona Performing Arts Center, 995 Upper Red Rock Loop Road.
The fabulously mellifluous sounds of flutes - bass, alto, piccolo, et al - come to Sedona Sunday, April 8th with the arrival of the high-energy jazz quintet Floote Prints.
“Motown Fever," a sizzling show of 1960s Motown music hits at the Majestic Theatre in the Village of Oak Creek Saturday, April 7, 7 p.m.
Singer-songwriter Jim French will be performing March 31 at the Clear Creek Winery and Estate Vineyard.
The Fauré Quartet, one of the world’s leading piano quartets, will make its Sedona debut and bring Chamber Music Sedona’s 35th anniversary to a close Sunday, April 8, 2:30 p.m., at the Sedona Performing Arts Center, 995 Upper Red Rock Loop Road.
Clear Creek Winery and Estate Vineyard will host a the performance of Tim Young, at their weekly “Saturday Afternoon Wine and Music” event. Young’s show will be on March 24, 1:30-4 p.m.
Renowned entertainer, Aspen Hall of Famer and former owner of the Crystal Palace Restaurant in Aspen, Colorado, Mead Metcalf — “The Music Man” — is performing one night only: Friday, March 23 at 7 p.m. at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre in West Sedona.
Michael Londra and the Celtic Fire will light up the stage Saturday night, March 24 at 7 p.m. at the Sedona Red Rock High School auditorium.
Music in The House is excited to present American singer, storyteller, songwriter, and producer Michael Smotherman at the Sedona Hub, 7 p.m., Friday, March 30th.
This year’s celebration of the blues at Cottonwood’s Old town Center for the Arts will feature a reunion of the legendary Los Angeles blues band, Blues Dawg, a later version of which has been performing throughout Arizona for over a decade under the guidance of local bluesman Joe Neri.
Saturday, March 24, 5-8:30 p.m., come dine on prime rib or salmon with all the trimmings, enjoy the Dynamite Divas: Jeanie Carrol, Susannah Martin and Shondra Jepperson as they present their 1940’s show featuring the tunes of the Andrew Sisters, listen as Terrie Frankel shares a story or two about her days entertaining our troops for the USO, let your heart swell with patriotism as entertainment duo Tom & Shondra sing an original song by Terrie Frankel and Fred Shinn, titled Red, White and Blue.