Fox Tucson Theatre is bringing a host of legendary musicians and comedians to Tucson this fall. The downtown theater's fall season kicks off with shows in early August. Member pre-sale tickets go on sale May 31 and single tickets for the public on June 14 at the Fox Theatre, 17 W. Congress S…
Fall lineup kicks off with shows in August.
Jeff Bridges and his Americana-rock band, The Abiders, play the Fox Theatre Wednesday evening.
Mexican folk singer Lila Downs, who nabbed a Grammy in February, performs Sunday at the Fox.
It's been quite a year for Mexican folk singer Lila Downs. She earned a Grammy in February, she released a new recording and she honored her father's life.
If only he had a tour bus, Jeff Bridges could live out his perfect rock 'n' roll dream.
"It is a great feeling" to receive so much recognition for his recent work, including a Grammy for his 2009 release, "Potato Hole," says organist Booker T. Jones.
Booker T. Jones remembers his hometown of Memphis, Tenn., as a city in which he could grow musically.
Fight over security leaves sour taste on both ends.
The one about Bill Clinton never gets old.
Tickets distributed through the city.
Musician George Kahumoku is known for his slack-key guitar-playing, but most of the time, he isn't performing. He raises fruit, vegetables and livestock on Maui.
Slack-key guitarist George Kahumoku Jr. was already up for three hours by the time he answered the phone for his interview with Caliente at 6 a.m. last week.
Guitarist Herb Pedersen looks back at his time with the Desert Rose Band with equal amounts of fondness and pride.
Dwight Yoakam has a new album, "3 Pears," but you can also expect some of his classics, such as "Thousand Miles From Nowhere," when he performs Thursday at the Fox.
Here are three reasons why you should brag if you're going to see Bakersfield, Calif.-neo-country crooner Dwight Yoakam at Fox Tucson Theatre next Thursday:
The Desert Rose Band was formed in the mid-1980s by several top-tier musicians. "I think we were giving country music a dose of what it really lacked at the time," says Herb Pedersen.
Theater plans a busy kick-off to 2013.
Brits are bypassing the big cities for America's smaller treasures.