Here are some new music releases this month.
The Sedona International Film Festival presents “Rockabye Worlds, a live one-man modern musical written and composed by Paolo Scardina at the Mary D. Fisher Theater, Saturday, July 3, 4 and 7 p.m.
Not to be totally catty, but Doja Cat’s third album starts poorly.
“Concerts on the Green,” Yavapai College’s Performing Arts Center’s immensely successful outdoor summer series, returns to the Prescott Valley Theater on the Green Sunday, August 22.
The Verde Valley Open Mic will have its first live open mic Sunday, June 13, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., at Fojol Brothers, 777 N. Main St. in Old Town Cottonwood.
The Sedona International Film Festival will present Elizabeth Pitcairn performing on the Red Violin live, on stage at the Sedona Performing Arts Center on Saturday, June 12 at 7 p.m.
Here are some of the newest music albums being released.
Saturday, May 29 — Memorial Day Weekend — Anthony Mazzella’s “Legends of Guitar” concert will be rocking the Mary Fisher Theatre in Sedona.
A new album from Liz Phair leads our list of new music releases.
Here are some of the newest full-length albums you can download.
Bella Vita Ristorante is serving up some great live entertainment this weekend, featuring Sammy Davis and Dan Vega.
It all was looking so promising early on in 2020, lots of great shows planned, including a big production in Sedona in March, then COVID-19 hit.
The Black Keys release their tenth studio album, “DeltaKream,” via Nonesuch Records.
Native American flautist Micki Free will perform Friday May 7 from 7-8:30 p.m. at Sedona Arts Academy at The Collective, 7000 SR 179, in the Village of Oak Creek.
With tracks like “Boilermaker” and “Trouble’s Coming,” Royal Blood trends toward a snappier, more danceable groove but they kick up a fuss.
“You and Me” is Nancy Wilson’s very first solo studio album.
The songs on Steve Cropper's new record “Fire It Up” mix it up in finding different ways to fill the dance floor.
Todd Snider’s new album is different from anything he has done before.
On April 30, the Electric Boys will release their seventh album “Upside Down."
The last 13 months have been tumultuous in every sense of the word for so many people and so many businesses in our community because of COVID-19.
The Cottonwood Community Band plans to restart rehearsals beginning in August, and plans to present a pops concert in October and a holiday concert in December.
Guest artist Samuel Xu will perform the Clara Schumann Piano Concerto with the Verde Valley Sinfonietta May 2 in the Sedona Performing Arts Center at 2:30 p.m.
Mick Jagger and Dave Grohl have teamed up for a hard-rock pandemic anthem called “Eazy Sleazy.”
Greta Van Fleet has returned with “The Battle at Garden’s Gate,” an album not just rooted in classic 1970s rock but gloriously pounded into it.
The term “guitar hero” is bandied about loosely these days. Seems like all you have to do is look good holding the thing and you qualify.