Following a week of performances, lectures and workshops, Odair Assad and his brother, Sérgio Assad, concluded the week’s festivities at the Fifth Tucson International Guitar Festival with a joint performance Sunday afternoon.
When Oktoberfest failed to produce the donations needed to fund the annual Kids & Cops Christmas event, police officers racked their brains to create a way to raise money for the charity event.
Julia Pernet remembers first listening to the Assad Brothers play to an audience of fewer than 30 people in a hotel room in Chicago.
The Tucson natives who make up Weird Womb might live in New York now, but sometimes it’s hard for them to forget they ever left the Old Pueblo. read more
Say what you want about Katy Perry, whose candy-coated lyrics of California summers have since passed as Prism, her latest record, which dropped early Tuesday. read more
Currently in the middle of a U.S. and Canada club tour following early September’s release of its second record, New York City synthpop duo Holy Ghost! read more
World-renowned pianist Lang Lang is set to take over Centennial Hall this evening in a performance that will debut the new Steinway & Sons piano brought to Centennial Hall over the summer. read more