Chicago songwriter and guitarist James Elkington, who has collaborated with everyone from Richard Thompson to Jeff Tweedy to Tortoise, recorded his sophomore album at Wilco’s Loft, expanding upon his celebrated 2017 debut Wintres Woma (PoB-034) as well as his recent production and arrangement work for the likes of Steve Gunn, Nap Eyes, and Joan Shelley.
After a young housewife murders her family in her own house, a single mother and young detective tries to investigate and solve the case.
The lead singer of beloved heartland-punk band The Gaslight Anthem, Brian Fallon steps away from that sound and into a stripped-down Americana.
In This Moment will release their seventh album “Mother.”
Little Dragon is the pioneering Swedish four-piece fronted by enigmatic vocalist Yukimi Nagano, with multi-instrumentalists Håkan Wirenstarnd and Fredrik Wallin on keyboards and bass respectively and Erik Bodin on drums and percussion.
Gigaton is Pearl Jam's first studio album since 2013.
Oh why didn’t I just listen to myself in the first place, Basia says. Somewhere in the middle of making her fifth album, Bulat took almost a whole year off.
The Phillip England Center for the Performing Arts Foundation will host a concert of Irish and Scottish music by the Kilted Spirit band, with bagpiper Mike McKee, on Sunday, March 15 at 3 p.m., at the Phillip England Center for the Performing Arts, 210 Camp Lincoln Road, in Camp Verde.
Celtic Indian fiddle extraordinaire Arvel Bird brings the Spring Equinox to life with fiddle, flutes and Irish Whistles at the Old Town Center for the Arts March 14, 7 p.m.
The Sedona International Film Festival presents the next Met Live Opera presentation of Richard Wagner’s “Der Fliegende Holländer” (“The Flying Dutchman”) on Saturday, March 14.
In a Celtic celebration for St. Patrick’s Day, “Ally & The Boys” will perform an exciting mix of jigs, reels, airs and songs in this live Celtic music concert at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre in Sedona.
There’s no music like Big Band music – and no one better to swing it than the folks who invented the form.
Oak Creek Brewery in Sedona plays host to the second month of “The Hum” Friday, Feb. 28. The monthly concert series will feature Phoenix-based Americana act Mr. Mudd & Mr. Gold along with a lineup full of Verde Valley talent.
Cowboy singer, humorist, storyteller and Arizona State Historian Marshall Trimble will perform Saturday, Feb. 22, 7 p.m., for a performance at Old Town Center for the Arts.
Friday, Feb. 21, the award-winning Aizuri String Quartet will dazzle Chamber Music Sedona audiences with the “Blueprint” concert.
Let the good times roll - on Tuesday, Feb. 18, at the Sedona Hub - with a Mardi Gras Party, featuring Jambalaya buffet, auction (silent & live) and concert of Globe Trottin’ Latin, Cajun and Sassy Jazz by band, Flor de Bee.
Harmony on the Rocks, Sedona’s chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society, brings singing valentines to Sedona and the Verde Valley again this year.
Soprano Carmen Elisa Cancél and pianist Jean Sophie Kim travel from New York City to Cottonwood on Valentine’s Day weekend, to bring their witty and thought provoking concert: “So, is This a Date?” to Old Town Center for the Arts Saturday, Feb. 15, 7 p.m.
Leslie and Larry will bring you an emotional and heartfelt collection of tunes about love and life’s entanglements in the intimate setting that is the Mary D. Fisher Theater.
This Valentine’s Day at 5 p.m.,feast your ears and hearts upon the soothing, sultry voice of award-winning vocalist and pianist Devin Angelet.
The Phillip England Center for the Performing Arts Foundation will host Tucson-based bluegrass band the Sonoran Dogs for a concert at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15, at the Phillip England Center for the Performing Arts, 210 Camp Lincoln Road, in Camp Verde.
Emerson Theater Collaborative celebrates Black History Month by presenting playwright Monica Bauer’s Vivian’s Music, 1969 at the Collective Sedona, February 7-8 and 14-16, 2020. Tickets are available at bit.ly/ViviansMusic1969.
Sedona International Film Festival is the official host of “Deconstructing the Beatles”, joining hundreds of theatres around the country for this special series.
Old Town Center for the Arts has lined up a couple of events for Valentine’s weekend to help you celebrate the holiday. In our post-post-modern age, choosing prospective dates is about as exciting as choosing what you want to eat for dinner and Instagramming about it. Both events help you find the humor, amusement and maybe even some of the answers to your love questions and dating.
Violinist Gregory Maytan will be the visiting guest artist with the Verde Valley Sinfonietta Feb. 9, 2:30 p.m., at Sedona Performing Arts Center.