The wait is over. The Sedona music scene is still alive and kicking and Bella Vita Restaurant is leading the pack, featuring local talents Sammy Davis, Dan Vega and Jerry McFarland starting Friday, May 29.
Arizona Music Hall of Fame Icon Walt Richardson performs on Saturday, March 21, 7 p.m., at Sound Bites Grill in Uptown Sedona.
Friday, March 20, Jerry McFarland sings and plays at Bella Vita Ristorante. Saturday, March 21, Bella Vita Ristorante features Dan Vega.
Saturday, March 21, Cottonwood Main Stage welcomes Flagstaff’s own, Andy See & His Swinging Jamboree, for a little Americana/rockabilly night, featuring Pat Roberts from The Heymakers and Andrew Laugher.
The Old Corral in Cornville is cranking and shaking up its live entertainment on the weekends.
10-12 Lounge 910 Main St., Clarkdale, 928-639-0800, 1012lounge.com 3/19, 5pm, Walt Young
10-12 Lounge 910 Main St., Clarkdale, 928-639-0800, 1012lounge.com 3/12, 5pm, Dog & Dave 3/14, 7pm, Aces ‘N’ Eights
Friday, March 6, DJ ill.Ego steps up at Main Stage once again for his monthly and ever-so-popular, “First Fridays with DJ ill.Ego” party.
Live music lovers are in for a treat this week when Sedona’s own Nathan “Saith” Gangadean performs live on Friday, March 6, 6 to 9 p.m., at Reds Sedona Grill.
Thursday, Feb. 27, Main Stage presents their monthly Beer School featuring Flagstaff’s own, Wanderlust Brewing Company. Wanderlust was established in 2012 by frequent traveler and beer guy, Nathan Friedman.
Friday, Feb. 28, Sedona favorites, Dan Vega and Susannah Martin brings their sweet & groovy sound to Sound Bites Grill.
Sedona is in season and the town is swinging with all kinds of events and fun things to do. There’s the Sedona Film Festival and people everywhere having a good time hiking, exploring and enjoying everything Sedona has to offer.
Rick Busbea has been on the Sedona music scene for over five years, and his lively upbeat shows have given him the reputation of a “must see” musician while in Sedona.
Saturday, Feb. 22, Main Stage presents a double-billed show from two of Arizona’s best bands, Fayuca and Desert Fish, starting at 8 p.m.
Authentic rock ‘n roll by Sedona’s best trio, Saffire. Saffire is a straight-up quality Rock ‘n Roll, with a wide and far-reaching repertoire.
Reds Grill in West Sedona will feature four of Sedona’s best live-performing musicians this coming week.
Enjoy a captivating evening with the sounds of Will Donato’s Art of Sax Band. They will perform at Sound Bites Grill on Valentine’s Day in Sedona, 7-10 p.m., Friday, Feb. 14.
Reds Sedona Grill features some of the best performing musicians in Northern Arizona. Wednesday, Feb. 12, from 6 to 9 p.m., David Vincent Mills entertains on the keyboard.
Friday, Feb. 14, Main Stage presents their “Anti-Valentine’s Dance Party” with everybody’s favorite music man, DJ Johnny K. Main Stage wants to turn the tables on that dreaded of all holidays ... Valentine’s Day.
With 2020 in full gear, the Old Corral in Cornville is cranking and shaking up its live entertainment on the weekends.
Dan and Yoshi have been making music together for over 25 years. From 7-10 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15, Dan and Yoshi will play at Vino Di Sedona, 2575 W 89A.
2020 is here and the Old Corral in Cornville is cranking and shaking up its live entertainment on the weekends.
The music keeps flowing and the good times keep rolling at Red’s Sedona Grill in West Sedona. Every week the restaurant features some of Sedona’s finest performing musicians. Reds Sedona Grill is located at 2250 S.R. 89A, Sedona. 928-340-5321. SedonaRouge.com
Sedona’s Sound Bites Grill promises an evening of romantic dancing or just listening to beautiful songs played by The Classics, Feb. 9, 6-9 p.m. Band leader George Bein said the music he has planned will be perfect just before Valentine’s Day.
Saturday, Feb. 8, 7-10 p.m., Sound Bites Grill in Uptown Sedona welcomes Rosemary Chavez and PLATINUM. “An Evening With Rosemary” will features her one-of-a-kind musical stylings on ballads, swing, jazz, country, R&B and more.