The bright promise of singer-songwriter Matthew Fowler’s label debut lies in its acoustic elegance.
Kanye West donned a full face mask to host three livestreamed listening parties for his 10th studio album.
On Friday, Sept. 3, and Saturday, Sept. 4, Sedona is turning Blue once again for the “Sedona Red Rockin’ Blues Festival” at the Mary Fisher Theater on Friday and at the Sedona Posse Grounds Amphitheater on Saturday, according to a news release.
In recent months, James McMurtry test-drove some of this material during twice-a-week livestream performances from his home near Austin, Texas, occasionally interrupted by digital gremlins or a barking dog.
The Red Rocks Music Festival partners with the Sedona International Film Festival to present a special concert at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre on Saturday, Sept. 4, at 4 p.m., according to a news release.
Halsey gave birth this summer and she supplied her own baby gift — a terrific new album in a new musical direction.
The Red Rocks Music Festival is celebrating its 20th anniversary with several events coming up in September, according to a news release.
Considering the covers album “Native Sons” pays tribute to the music of a single city — Los Lobos’ native Los Angeles — the set’s breadth is breathtaking.
How’s this for a flex from Jack Antonoff? Get no less than Bruce Springsteen to show up on your new solo album. For background vocals.
Elvis fans will get their fill at Sound Bites Grill in Sedona on Saturday, Aug. 21, from 7 to 9 p.m. as tribute artist Chance Tinder and “Project Presley” are ready to rock, according to a news release.
This is not a Twisted Sister album, not by any measure.
The Town of Clarkdale continues their Concert in the Park series with local rock band, Doubleblind on Aug. 21, according to a news release.
Dave Clark brings his classic rock experience back to the land of the red rocks on Saturday, Aug. 14, from 7 to 10 p.m., according to a news release.
The sounds of their guitars are not meant to excite the way Eddie Van Halen’s power chords and shredding are meant to do.
On Saturday, Aug. 7, five-time Native American Music Award winner and Grammy Award winning artist Micki Free returns to Main Stage for a release party for his fourth solo album entitled “Turquoise Blue,” according to a news release.
Starting Thursday, July 29, it’s “Miller Madness” week at Sound Bites Grill featuring the marvelous talents of Sedona’s own Eric Miller, entertaining on guitar and vocals three nights in a row.
David Crosby gets by with a little help from his friends, including Donald Fagen of Steely Dan and former Doobie Brother Michael McDonald, on “For Free,” a deeply felt, and expertly conceived album that drops just shy of Croz’s 80th birthday.
The Town of Clarkdale announced it is scheduled to host the Trotters Wake Irish band at the town park Saturday, July 24, according to a news release.
Larry and Leslie Latour are returning to Sedona to perform music from the documentary “Larry & Leslie Latour: Real Music, Real Lives – The Story Between The Notes.”
You can thank the pandemic for John Mayer’s eighth studio album.
Never has the tremulous twang that is unmistakably Jimmie Dale Gilmore been more welcome than after a year and a half of pandemic strangeness.
Celtic Indian Arvel Bird brings his “Animal Totems Concert” to the Sedona Arts Academy July 15, 7-9 p.m.
The Sedona International Film Festival will present the Sedona premiere of the award-winning new music documentary “Summer of Soul” showing July 16-22 at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
Clarkdale’s first concert of the season was a huge hit with over 700 in attendance.
Here are some new music releases this month.