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Three days of free events kick off the Chandler Center for the Arts’ 25th season. Plugged In, a concert featuring nine of the best youth bands in the Valley, starts at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 22. On Saturday, the center hosts an open house during the day with face painting, balloon artists and live music on three stages followed by a 7:30 p.m. performance of The Music of Motown starring Joe Bourne playing the Motown hits of the 1960s. On Sunday at 3 p.m., ¡FlaMEXico! celebrates the musical confluences of Spain’s flamenco and Mexico’s mariachi styles.
If you haven’t been to a Justin Timberlake concert, warning: Nobody sits down! The 33-year-old really is a triple threat. He can sing, dance and act, and he brings it all to one spectacular stage in “The 20/20 Experience” tour. One minute he’s dancing and singing, the next he’s sitting at a white baby grand or out in the audience performing on a smaller stage with his guitar.
Whether you were there when The Motels first burst onto the music scene in the early '80s or are just rediscovering them again, it's hard to deny that singer Martha Davis is one of MTVs first leading ladies and one of the most charismatic female performers in rock.
The Brubeck Brothers Quartet is returning to the Valley, and this time they are bringing the spirit of jazz to the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, July 19.
Classic rock music fans will rejoice as the Happy Together Tour 2014 rolls through Phoenix and celebrates 30 years of hits and multi-media performances from some of the biggest acts of the ’60s and ’70s.
It’s hard to believe that approximately 20 years ago, a home demo called “Shine” shot straight up the charts and launched a little-known group from Stockbridge, Ga., called Collective Soul. From there, it was all a blur.
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Soft rock duo Air Supply have been a pop and adult contemporary chart phenomenon for decades. They are coming to Chandler’s Wild Horse Pass on Friday, June 20, for a night of big hits and love songs.
Well-loved Valley band Rock Lobster brings live ’80s music to a park specializing in trains — not a bad venue to wrap up Father’s Day. In addition to the concert, you’ll find rides aboard a scaled-down narrow gauge railroad and antique carousel, railroad displays and artifacts, a snack shop that operates out of a caboose, and room for kids to burn off energy.
DETAILS >> 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday, June 15. McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park, 7301 E. Indian Bend Road, Scottsdale. Free admission; rides cost $2 per person and are free for kids younger than 3 with a paying adult. (480) 312-2312 or TheRailroadPark.com.
Enjoy a live concert put on by the pop-rock band known for the chart-topper “How to Save a Life.” Barcelona and Oh Honey also play.
After taking a two-year hiatus, one of the most successful groups of the post-millennium is back and ready to rock.
Free family entertainment can be hard to come by, but Mesa’s Eastmark community is starting a First Friday Concert Series that’s just the ticket.
With more than four decades in the music industry, singer-songwriter Justin Hayward has been deemed a musical marvel by peers, critics and fans alike.
Williams Field High Schools Symphonic Band received the highest rating possible at the 2014 ABODA State Concert Festival.
Three-time Grammy winner and roots music storyteller Keb’ Mo’ will perform songs from his new album, “BLUESAmericana,” along with favorites from his 20-year career May 15 at Mesa Arts Center.
There’s still time to enjoy live music under the stars before it gets unbearably hot. Gilbert’s Concerts in the Park series will host Tequila Highway a country and classic rock band playing everything from Patsy Cline to Miranda Lambert, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. May 8 at the Freestone Park amphitheatre.
East Valley residents are invited to the new concert pavilion at Eastmark, a new community in Mesa, for an afternoon of live music from the likes of Cold Shott and the Hurricane Horns, Kool Band, Silhouette Band and Static, along with food trucks, a splash pad for the kids, and plenty of grass for picnicking or playing tag.
Some things just get better with age, and Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers have proven just that with their seventh studio album, “The Independent.”
Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers allowed GetOut to listen to a preview of “The Independent,” the band’s seventh album due out April 29. Clyne was kind enough to give a track-by-track analysis and discuss each song as it appears in order on the album.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Ann and Nancy Wilson first showed the world that women can rock just as hard as men when their band, Heart, stormed the 1970s music scene with evergreen hits like, “Magic Man,” “Crazy On You,” “Barracuda,” “Heartless” and “Straight On.”
East Valley residents are invited to Eastmark’s new concert pavilion for an afternoon of live music from the likes of Cold Shott and the Hurricane Horns, Kool Band, Silhouette Band and Static Band, along with food trucks, a splash pad for the kids, and plenty of grass for picnicking or playing tag.
The Commanders, the United States Air Force Band of the Golden West’s jazz ensemble, give a free concert in Mesa, where they’ll be performing the music of jazz greats Duke Ellington, Woody Herman and Count Basie along with the music of modern composers Gordon Goodwin and Maria Schneider.
Eastmark, a Mesa neighborhood community, will celebrate the opening of a new event pavilion with a concert series on May 3 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. The concert series will be hosted at Eastmark Great Park, which is located near Ray and Ellsworth roads.
Make a day of 98KUPD’s UFEST 2014, where you can rock out to a variety of bands including A Day To Remember, Devour the Day, Asking Alexandria, Trivium, August Burns Red, and We Came As Romans.