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Billy Cobham on the Third Annual Art of the Rhythm Section Retreat: ‘Intense, as Well as Fun’

Drumming legend Billy Cobham joins Mike Tiano for an in-depth look at the third annual Art of the Rhythm Section Retreat.

Why aren’t the Love Me Nots a much bigger deal?

Why aren’t the Love Me Nots a much bigger deal?

It sounds like a cliche’ to say, but Phoenix, Arizona’s Love Me Nots have all the markings and talent to be a successful nationwide band

Marshmallow Overcoat – The Very Best Of (2014)

Fronted by the charismatic energy of Timothy Gassen, Marshmallow Overcoat has been keeping the spirit of psychedelic garage rock alive and kicking since 1986.

Howe Gelb – The Coincidentalist (2013)

Avant-garde and alternative folk-rock twanger Howe Gelb, who also serves as the leader of Giant Sand and godfather of the Tucson music scene, is alternately gruff and sweet on this new project.

Shows I’ll Never Forget: Wilco and Calexico, Nov. 20, 2004

Tempe, Arizona: Wilco brought its amazing conglomerate of musicians to Tempe’s Marquee Theatre in support of the terrific A ghost is born, with the equally talented, although unfairly publicly ignored opening act Calexico.

Daren Burns, with Wadada Leo Smith – Fear is not the Natural State of Civilized People (2012)

Daren Burns teaches bass, piano, music theory and composition at Verde Valley School out of Sedona, Arizona.

Adrian Belew Power Trio, Feb. 28, 2008: Shows I’ll Never Forget

Adrian Belew Power Trio, Feb. 28, 2008: Shows I’ll Never Forget

Adrian Belew had never been more on top of his game and – solo, at least – had never had a more energetic band back him.

Marshmallow Overcoat – The Complete Sound (2011)

Congratulations, Marshmallow Overcoat! The Tucson, Arizona band recently celebrated their 25th anniversary and to commemorate the special event, they’ve put together a whopping six-disc box set.

Shows I'll Never Forget: Glen Phillips, May, 21, 2005

At the Marquee Theater, Tempe, Arizona Somehow both Alissa and I entirely missed any announcements that Toad The Wet Sprocket’s ex-lead singer, Glen Phillips, was coming to the area, finding out about it only hours before the show.

Shows I'll Never Forget: Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, Nov. 18, 2003

At the Marquee Theater in Tempe, Arizona: We finished dinner a little before six and headed over to the Marquee theater, which was really only a few minutes away.