Wednesday, April 5, enjoy the synergy of the Sedona Guitar Duo featuring Rick Cyge and Steve Douglas. Performing on acoustic guitars and electric bass, this exceptional duo shares their exciting take on Baby Boomer Classics and more with unexpected counterpoint and instrumental harmonies.
This week at Sound Bites Grill the musical menu features live music from France Musicians, American Legends and Bach to Rock with Esteban and Teresa Joy.
Born and raised in Tucson, Harrison Begay is full-blood Dine' (Navajo), and he started playing guitar at the age of thirteen. Experimenting with the sounds of heavy metal, rock, and classical, it would be the soulful melodies of blues music that would capture his attention. Sir Harrison played behind closed doors trying to understand the essence of blues music and the importance of the field as a whole. His chief inspirations include Robert Johnson, Buddy Guy, Hound Dog Taylor, Albert Collins, Albert King, Freddy King, BB King, Robert Cray and Stevie Ray Vaughn.
Dia is an LA-based baroque-pop project created by classical singer Danielle Birrittella. Dia’s lush sound incorporates vocal pedals and ethereal textures abstracted by organic percussion, electric guitars, ukulele, tiple, cellos, and drones.
Old Town Center for the Arts is pleased to host the 12th Annual Bob Dylan Birthday Party Concert. Bob Dylan was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature on December 10, 2016, and he and his music will be honored right here in Cottonwood at the 12th Annual Bob Dylan Birthday Concert on Saturday, May 20, at 7 p.m., at the Old Town Center for the Arts in Cottonwood.
Great theater from London continues in Sedona with the Old Vic’s production of “The Crucible” showing on screen Monday, March 27 at 3 p.m. The Sedona International Film Festival hosts the big screen premiere at its Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
Wednesday, March 22, Vino Di Sedona brings back local favorite Rick Busbea, 7-10 p.m. Rick puts on a high energy show playing a lot of familiar tunes by the likes of Kenny Chesney, Jimmy Buffett and Jim Croce.
Influenced by Bob Marley, Carlos Santana, Cat Stevens, Jimi Hendrix, and Bob Dylan, Tempe based Walt Richardson is a self-taught musician. He started learning guitar at the age of 9. The Beatles were his early influence.
The Grasshopper Grill features the region’s top entertainers in the bar every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings from 5:30 -8:30 P. M. So, what’s in store for this week?
The dance floor is sure to be rockin’ at Main Stage in Cottonwood this weekend.
Adalia Tara returns to perform a free concert on Saturday, March 4th, at Creekside Coffee from 7 to 9 pm. In addition to the release of her new album, Adalia has recently been traveling across the Southwest, at work filming a new music video. Her previous music video “Release Me” premiered last year at a Sedona Film Festival event and has won numerous awards at film festivals across the country.
Another week of fun nightlife, music and entertainment at Main Stage in Cottonwood. Friday, March 3 local favorite DJ ill.Ego will host his monthly First Fridays dance party at Main Stage. Each month Main Stage celebrates their tagline, “music, art, community” with a dance celebration emceed by local favorite DJ ill.Ego. The evening is free and begins at 9 p.m.
The Grasshopper Grill features the region’s top entertainers in the bar every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings from 5:30-8:30 p.m. The entertainment week kicks off Tuesdays with the relaxed style of Rick Busbea, offering up a great mix with a focus on covering favorites like Kenny Chesney and Jimmy Buffet. With a winning smile and easy going personality, Rick’s presentation goes down easy and stays with you through the night.
Jazz and contemporary pianist David Vincent Mills will be the featured artist at Reds every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 6-9 p.m. Mills performs his unique take on traditional jazz standards and contemporary rock and pop classics. Following the tradition of many Jazz artists, he interprets top hits that everyone knows and loves into a style all his own.
Join Vusi Baba Shibambo, a South African multi-instrumentalist and international recording artist, for an evening of traditional ancestral Zulu music taking place on Saturday, February 25, 2017, 7 p.m. at Relics Restaurant.
The first Wednesday of every month brings Texas Americana, Folk, and Country Blues by singer-songwriter Hank Erwin to Vino Di Sedona, March 1, 7-10 PM.
Steven Graves is scheduled to appear Feb. 25 from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at Kactus Kates, located at 929 N Main St, Cottonwood without cover charge.
The Black Market Trust is an American pop/vocal jazz band consisting of five world class musicians who have traveled the globe recording and performing on the world’s biggest stages and with music’s most renowned artists.
Main Stage in Cottonwood keeps giving locals of all music preference reason to dance.
It’s hump day Sedona, and you know what that means; music at Vino Di Sedona by local favorite Rick Busbea, Feb. 22, 7-10 p.m. Rick puts on a high energy show playing a lot of familiar tunes by the likes of Kenny Chesney, Jimmy Buffett and Jim Croce.
Legends of Guitar is a tribute show to famous guitar players and their music. This Friday, Feb. 17 at 7 p.m. this show features world renowned guitar virtuoso Anthony Mazzella who plays it all live at Sound Bites Grill in uptown Sedona.
Sedona’s Sound Bites Grill starts the Valentine’s Day weekend off with world famous flamenco and classical guitarist Esteban for an intimate concert. Saturday, Feb 11, Esteban will perform with his daughter Teresa Joy on violin, Joe Morris on drums and Raul Yanez on keys.
On the heels of a very successful project at Kickstarter to support the launch of her new album, Adalia Tara will perform live on Saturday, February 4th, at Creekside Coffee from 7 to 9 p.m.
Nothing beats a Wednesday night at Vino Di Sedona with rock and country tunes by Rick Busbea, Feb. 8, 7-10 p.m.
A brilliant piano player, Phil Centracchio (Rossi) has quite a story.