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Bob Spasm fronting Bloodspasm at the now defunct Vaudeville Cabaret

The Texas-Southwest-blues-rock-Americana of Tucson-bred Lisa Morales. Plus, remembering local punk Bob Spasm, and more listings in your weekly TucsonSentinel.com music roundup. Read more»

Perry at the 2015 HoCo Fest.

Here's today's earworm: While the East Coast is prepped for a hazardous major snowstorm, Tucson's seeing another sunny winter day. It might not be received favorably, but we're tempted to taunt friends and family dealing with the cold with this Al Perry country cover of a Tucson punk classic: "We Got Cactus." Read more»

Anyone who has known me for more than a half hour or so knows that I am a huge Beach Boys fan, or to be more specific, a huge Brian Wilson fan. I know that Mike Love has for a long while now licensed the rights to the Beach Boys name and tours with a bunch of hired guns. I must admit I was not expecting much of Saturday's concert at the TCC. Read more» 5

Al 'Dick' Perry

Tucson's Al “Dick” Perry is realistic about his chances as a presidential candidate, figuring he’s “probably not going to get more than about 38 votes” in Arizona’s Republican primary. That still could be more than Jon Huntsman, whose campaign missed Monday’s deadline to get on the ballot. Read more»

Released this week, "Luz de Vida" is a music compilation benefiting the Tucson Together Fund, which provides support for the Jan. 8 victims and their families. 37 local and national acts participated, and several will play a benefit concert at the Rialto Theatre on Saturday. Read more»

The Fremonts

If you haven’t celebrated the pleasures of springtime in the desert yet, its time to crawl out from under that rock before the sun starts blasting us. This Saturday’s Club Crawl is the perfect opportunity to enjoy a balmy night and to savor the best of Tucson’s music scene. Read more»

While you won't see multi-million dollar deals being made on ski slopes or yachts, the Arizona International Film Festival brings the best elements of a film fest to Tucson. Read more» 3