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Weekend music

Introducing the Frecks; The nice guys of Big Mean; Remembering Gene Ruley

Introducing the Frecks, plus the nice guys of Big Mean, Kevin C. lays down the low end, remembering one of Tucson's finest musicians, along with a special visit by a punk pioneer and this week's local listings in your TucsonSentinel.com music roundup. ... Read more»

Low-key legend: Remembering guitarist Gene Ruley

Tucson mourns the passing of guitarist and friend to many Gene Ruley. Over the years, his influence on our local music scene and signature style of low-key guitar prowess were the stuff local legends are made of.... Read more»

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Under the influence: Gene Ruley

Gene Ruley, stalwart of Tucson's music scene for decades, died overnight. Here's a glance back at some of his work, courtesy of this 2010 profile.... Read more»

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The dreamy, anthemic indie rock of Tucson's Rival Shapes

The structured, nuanced indie rock of Tucson's Rival Shapes, plus: Hoco Fest returns, Scott Yoder, Carbon Canyon, Lenguas Largas and more in your TucsonSentinel.com music roundup.... Read more»

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The good vibes of Tucson's Big Bad

Tucson band Big Bad is a jam among best friends who happen to be great musicians, plus: a ton of fun events this weekend, two late '80s icons with very different fan bases, and more in your TucsonSentinel.com music roundup.... Read more»

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Local release roundup; plus drummer-of-all-trades Daniel Thomas

A trio of new Tucson records, Return of The Mermaids, Poster Children, and an interview with one of Tucson's hardest-working musicians: drummer Daniel Thomas. Plus, your TucsonSentinel.com weekend music listings.... Read more»

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Fuzzy memories: Timothy Gassen and the Marshmallow Overcoat

Timothy Gassen recounts 30 years of the Overcoat and tells us about the new film. Plus, the first in our series of "Hardest working folks in Tucson music," Juju Fontaine and Watercolor drummer John Matzek and this week's local music listings.... Read more»

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Elegant Rabies will rock you in heaven

The post-punk elegies of Tucson band Elegant Rabies, plus Yacht Rock, the return of Weezy, a tip of a hat to a certain Mr. Kevin and more in your TucsonSentinel.com weekend music roundup.... Read more»

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Mute Swan's guitars roar as the outside world fades away

Tucson band Mute Swan keeps the shoegaze torch lit. Plus, Exbats with Weekend Lovers and more in your TucsonSentinel.com music roundup.... Read more»

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Saying goodbye to the Flycatcher

This weekend, the Flycatcher hosts its last handful of shows. Sunday night, the Tucson nightclub's doors will close for good. Plus, more rock fan memories and this week's local listings in your TucsonSentinel.com music roundup. ... Read more»

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Anatomy of a scene: Meet some local music fans

The most important element of a local music scene is... local music fans. So this week, we salute not the bands but the audiences, as we meet a few of Tucson's coolest rock and roll aficionados. Plus, cooling off in Bisbee, Ladytowne at Club Congress and more in your weekly TucsonSentinel.com music roundup. ... Read more»

Happy when it rains... A monsoon tunes playlist

It's hot, it's humid, and it's (finally) raining buckets of cats and dogs across much of Tucson. Here are a few monsoon tunes to play as you celebrate.... Read more»

Patriotic playlist: Songs for July 4

Here's a selection of some of the best songs about what American independence means, from Linda Ronstadt singing the National Anthem, to Springsteen and Petty and Funkadelic and the Beastie Boys. Is that freedom rock? Turn it up and celebrate, and sound off in the comments about your favorites.... Read more»

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New release radar: Tucson indie records for Independence Day

Cure your summer ennui with our guide to new local music releases. Plus, Surfapalooza and Fourth of July music events in your TucsonSentinel.com weekly music roundup.... Read more»

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Sweet As Folk: Dulcet tones, acoustic alternatives & rock'n'roll brunches in Tucson's musical landscape

From rock'n'roll acoustic sets to Laurel Canyon acolytes to old-school folk rock, the best things in the Tucson music scene aren't always the loudest. Plus,a preview of some killer local shows and a bittersweet sign-off for much-loved Flycatcher, all in your TucsonSentinel.com music roundup.... Read more»

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