Local acts perform covers for charity
Camper Van Beethoven is expected to play songs from its first album in nine years.
Cracker has a traditional roots-rock sound and will rely on its classic material at Tuesday's concert.
Songwriter David Lowery has taken to shaping young minds when he isn't performing on the road with his two bands, Cracker and Camper Van Beethoven.
California rocker and songwriter Mikal Cronin steps out of his garage, figuratively speaking, and into Club Congress Saturday for a concert in support of his well-received new album, "MCII."
Songwriter cronin hits club congress
Chanel Yellowhair was around 13 years old when she sat at her grandfather's side and learned to paint.
Raw Natural Born Artists showcases independent artists of various media. The next Tucson show, "Kaleidoscope," will be 8 p.m. Friday at Club Congress, 311 E. Congress St.
Paul Thorn, well known for his original songwriting, has been full time on the music scene since the late 1990s. His latest release, "What the Hell is Going On?," brings his style to songs that have touched him, he says.
Paul Thorn gave his writing arm a rest when creating his latest release, "What the Hell is Goin' On?"
Tucson's downtown is too revitalized for the tastes of French singer Marianne Dissard, who's moving to Italy after nearly two decades in the Old Pueblo.
Marianne Dissard can't help but feel a little sad when she looks out at her Armory Park neighborhood from her front porch.
Keller Williams will bring his eclectic repertoire and one-man-band show to Club Congress tonight.
You'd better practice your penmanship if you want Keller Williams to play a specific song during his set at Club Congress tonight.
This was Kool Shades' official portrait for the Arizona Daily Star Battle of the Bands in 2007. From left, bottom row: Moss Worthington, Clay Gibson and Aiden Fishbein; top row: Greg Stanley, Nick Tkachyk and Sean McEvoy.
Kool Shades' bassist Sean McEvoy played it up for the crowd at the Rialto Theatre in February 2007 during the Arizona Daily Star Battle of the Bands, which the band won.
It's been a year since the six-piece ska act known as Kool Shades last performed in public, and the former high school buddies are looking forward to Friday's reunion show at Club Congress.
Mötley Crüe rocks Tucson - just kidding. Members of the Tucson band The Distortionists made themselves into the heavy metal artists before last year's Great Cover-up. This year you can catch near-facsimiles of Katy Perry, David Bowie, the Dixie Chicks, Outkast, Queen, Paul McCartney and others.
Katy Perry is coming to Tucson.
Le Delice has new name, new home, same menu