Labor Day Weekend at CHOP and WOK in Scottsdale is where to we all are going to be! LET'S DO THIS! This is a 3 Day Event. It's going to be awesome!
Hollywood Alley Farewell Weekend (Friday night) 12:30am: Pinky Tuscadero's White Knuckle Ass Fuck 11:30pm: Button Struggler 10:30pm: Scorpion Vs.Tarantula 9:30pm: Dick Hazard 8:30pm: The Rebel Set 7:30pm: Fat Gray Cat 6:30pm: Always Right
$10, 21+ A full day of music, raffles and food and drink specials all to benefit Ross. Ross has nurtured the AZ music scene at Hollywood Alley for over 20 years. Recently he had a stroke and he needs help with medical bills. The BANDS and FANS are throwing this benefit to help out. There will be a silent auction of cool stuff and donations are also accepted. 11:30am Page The Village Idiot 12:15pm Cait Brennan 1pm Vellum 1:45pm Serene Dominic 2:30pm Enirva 3:15pm JJCNV 4pm Gypsy Militia 4:45pm French Girls 5:30pm Unemployment Party 6:15pm Asses of Evil 7pm The Father Figures 7:45pm Fat Gray Cat 8:30pm Scorpion Vs. Tarantula 9:15pm Grave Danger 10pm Via Vengeance 10:45pm Blanche Davidian 11:30pm Hillbilly Devilspeak 12:15am Chappelle Des Morts 1am Greenhaven RSVP on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/#!/events/263535183739196/
Bio: Three veterans of the music scene in the desert of Phoenix, AZ, have come together to create a sound reminiscent of independent music from the past, without falling into the trap of being labeled as “retro” artists. The Father Figures are the collective effort of Michael Cornelius on guitar and v...See Full Bio
Come see us on July 16th at the Icehouse Tavern. It'a a special show for Michael C. (guitar) and Mark Anderson's (Robot Tank)birthdays.
“Again I say, I dunno what they put in the Kool-Aid out in Arizona, but true to form, this three-piece, featuring former members of North Side Kings, the Voice, and the mighty Jodie Foster’s Army, dishes up stuff that sounds familiar but is tweaked just enough to bend the noggin a little. This is Arizona sun-damaged surf-meets-Baiza post-punk less interested in loping dub bass influences than creative restructuring of the “loud and angry” template, and melds urgency with intelligence, catchiness with dissonance, sophistication with blunt force. Could this be the missing link between early Saccharine Trust and Fugazi? Can’t rightly say, but it is some pretty fuggin’ good ruckus-makin’.(AZPX, azpx.com)”