Experience ‘Chill on the Hill’ and the ‘new vibe’ at Sound Bites Grill every Thursday Night.
Memphis-based rapper Healy sings on his second album, “Don’t call it a comeback. I call it a second wind. Good to be back in my element.”
‘Under A Mediterranean Sky’ is the first new acoustic solo album from legendary guitarist Steve Hackett since 2008.
Fogerty’s Factory is a newly recorded album of stripped back tracks from legendary singer, songwriter and guitarist John Fogerty.
Enjoy the smooth sounds of Solomon Morris on acoustic guitar every Sunday at Sedona’s Sound Bites Grill.
A Riveting Piano Recital, David Greilsammers new album venture, Labyrinth, is a project that he has been developing since 2017.
Here is some of the new music available through various platforms.
Shadow of Fear is the 15th studio Limited 17-CD box set that sees Sir Tom Jones celebrating his 80th birthday and 55 years since his first UK #1 hit single ‘It’s Not Unusual’.
Jim and Jeanne Martin from the Blazin M Ranch will be on stage in the Sound Bites Grill Celebrity Showroom from 7-9 p.m. Dec. 19.
Since August, Sedona Water Works has hosted a mindfully distanced concert series and community event aptly named “The Rosewater Sessions.”
The top 10 songs of the year by Associated Press Music Editor Mesfin Fekadu (a playlist of the songs can be found here):
The 2020 reissue of George Thorogood Live in Boston adds 12 never-before-available live tracks.
On his 14-track fourth album, Shawn Mendes is airy, grand, intense and rapturous. It is the sound of a man totally and hopelessly in love.
McCartney III serves as a continuation to the former Beatle's first two solo albums, McCartney (1970) and McCartney II (1980), on which he played all instruments.
XOC, the debut album of Christy Fisher, is a genre-crossing collection of tracks that range from jazz and electronica instrumentals to R&B/funk to EDM/vocal driven anthems that convey the imagery of the socio-political climate of 2020.
Kelsey Waldon’s “They’ll Never Keep Us Down” is a serviceable homage release, as the proud Kentuckian covers everyone from Nina Simone to Neil Young, and everything from union labor to feelings of freedom.
Beyoncé's anthem about Black pride scored multiple Grammy nominations.
The first-ever official anthology of recordings from The White Stripes is an essential career-spanning collection highlighting 26 previously released songs.
The Smashing Pumpkins will release their 11th studio album, Cyr, with 20 tracks, including the previously released singles Cyr and The Colour Of Love.
Local musician Brandon Decker celebrates the launch of his new brand “Agua De Sedona” with a socially-distanced reception and concert at Sedona Water Works on Saturday, November 21.
Here are some of the pop music albums being released this month.
The Camp Verde Community Library will present a free concert from Donna Hazlewood, the winner of last year’s Verde Valley’s Got Talent, 3:30 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 19.
If you love live music, you will want to check out the musical menu at Sound Bites Grill in Uptown Sedona this week. The award-winning venue brings in live music four to five nights a week in their show room.
Red Rocks Music Festival presents world-acclaimed pianist and head of piano area at UCLA, Inna Faliks, in “Dialogues”, on Nov. 15, 2:30 p.m., at the Sedona Creative Life Center.
Think of Neil Young’s 2003 record “Greendale” as the venerable rocker’s take on “Our Town,” with a heavy dose of weirdness, environmentalism and anti-war sentiment thrown in.