This Saturday Latex Johnny returns to the Old Corral having earned a spot by popular demand the regular rotation.
Sir Harrison, Esteban & Teresa Joy bring their original music to the Sound Bites Grill Stage Memorial Day weekend May 24-25, respectively. Blues and Funk meets flamenco groove and brings musical flavor to your Sedona Sound Bites Grill experience.
Saturday, May 18, Main Stage will celebrate it’s 6th anniversary as the Verde Valley’s premiere music venue with local favorites, The Johnny Lingo Trio.
Sound Bites Grill welcomes back to the music stage an exciting two nights of fabulous music with Jay Boy Adams and Zenobia, (Santa Fe) featuring Trixie Merkin (electric bass) and Josh English (drums). This show is happening on Friday, May 17, and Saturday, May 18, 7-10 p.m.
Christy will be leading a fun blend of acoustic pop and rock covers and original songs by Christy Fisher (vocals, ukulele, keyboard). For more information visit christyfisher.com
Friday, May 17 from 6 to 9 p.m. veteran crooner Bobby Myhre entertains in the Bella Vita Ristorante’s Gold Room.
The music keeps going and the fun keeps on flowing at Steakhouse89 in Sedona, all week long. The roster of regular performers includes established professionals such as Phil Rossi, Dave Len Scott, Eric Williams, The Van Reed Brothers, David Vincent Mills, Susannah Martin and more. These performers are the crème-de-la-crème of Sedona’s musical talent and Steakhouse89 brings them to you up-front-and-personal in the lounge section of the restaurant and its baby grand piano. The following is the live-music schedule for Steakhouse89 from Wednesday, May 15 to Tuesday, May 21.
The Grasshopper Grill, at the corner of Page Springs and Cornville Roads, this week features live entertainment Friday and Saturday, starting at 5:30 p.m.
As we settle into the warming weather Steakhouse89 restaurant keeps turning the heat up with great musical acts and performers strutting their stuff six nights a week.
Saturday, May 4, Main Stage presents their “Cinco de Drinko Fiesta” starring Tucson’s own and one of Cottonwood’s favorite bands, Santa Pachita. Santa Pachita is a 9-piece band that blends a variety of musical styles to create an entertaining night of dancing for everyone.
Known for its weekly Saturday night live music, the dance floor fills fast at Cornville’s Old Corral Bar. The fun begins at 8 p.m. and goes on until midnight. There is a lot to like during the week, too, starting with Monday at 5 p.m. with the weekly poker tournament. Tuesday brings another tournament, this time in the realm of pool. Wednesday there’s more pool, this time with league competition.
Summa Totius “the sum of all parts “features high energy Latin/Flamenco inspired music with an all-star cast of Arizona based musicians at Sound Bites Grill in Sedona Friday, May 3, 7 p.m.
Wednesday, May 1, 5 to 8 p.m., a new musician makes his debut at Steakhouse89.
Vino Di Sedona welcomes back The Fey, Winter and Lynzi Kat, May 1, 7-10 p.m. The Fey is a velvety undulating mix of Americana from rock, to country, to jazz influence with many originals and covers played under the influence of their own style. Winter and Lynzi Kat, have been performing together for over ten years, most often with other local talent.
Red Earth Theatre is thrilled to be back in the beautiful arches of Tlaquepaque with live theatre at 7.30 p.m. on Thursday, April 18, at the Patio de las Campanas.
Saturday, April 20, Main Stage presents a grand “420 Bash with Keith Okie & Rebel Sol.” Local favorites, and reggae-soul-trip hop masters, the guys of Rebel Sol always put on a great show full of killer music and dancing vibes.
At first glance, Thunder & Lightnin’s CD release on Saturday, April 20, at The Grasshopper Grill would seem to simply celebrate the band’s second studio album, “Call of the Wild”. The event, scheduled to coincide with Earth Day, 2019, celebrates that and a whole lot more.
Sound Bites Grill is excited to continue to host the popular classical flamenco guitarist Esteban, and world-renowned violinist Teresa Joy (Esteban’s daughter) for the April 2019 leg of their four-year residency.
Old Town Center for the Arts has lined up a wide variety of great performers and concerts for the Spring Concert season. Here’s a brief description of some of our upcoming concerts at Old Town Center for the Arts.
Music in The House presents Reno & Sheila McCormick, Mike McReynolds/The Salt Miners at the Sedona Hub
Music in The House welcomes Reno and Sheila McCormick, and Mike McReynolds/The Salt Miners for a double show at the Sedona Hub.
Saturday, April 13, Main Stage welcomes the gorgeous queens from Tucson for the “Lipstick and Heels Drag Show.” It has been a few years since the Tucson ladies have been here, so this is a not to be missed event.
Fingerstyle guitar master Rick Cyge shares favorite music from the Woodstock Generation at Mary D. Fisher Theatre on Saturday, April 6, 2019.
Saturday, April 6, Main Stage welcomes back Llory McDonald & Combo Deluxe. Band members Llory McDonald, Darryl Icard and Steve Botterweg combine covers and original songs to bring a unique flavor to their shows.
April is when the spring kicks in and the fling is in the air. Arizona Music Hall of fame Icon Walt Richardson returns to the Sound Bites Grill Stage with his amazing Reggae Rock One Love Show, Saturday April 6, 7 p.m. Walt brings fellow musician friends drummer Gigi Gonaway, (Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, Aretha Franklin), lead guitarist Drew Hall, and bass guitarist Marcus Weeden.
Professional recording artist and concert guitarist Anthony Mazzella will be performing a concert of his original music at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre on Thursday, April 11, 7:30 p.m.