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Gabriel Sullivan is one of the hardest-working musicians in Tucson. If you have seen local live music in the last year or so, chances are good you have seen Sullivan onstage. Now, he prepares to debut his composition for string quartet at Chamberlab I. Read more»

Art.if.Act

You probably know about Powhaus' "Trash" and Ted Leo, but here are seven more weekend events you won't want to miss. Read more»

Preen's bright new location

Emilie Marchand and Erin Bradley gave birth to their baby Preen, a vintage boutique, in the summer of 2007 on Congress Street. As of Wednesday they have moved their "baby" into their new space at 210 N. Fourth Avenue. Read more»

Mark Matos and Os Beaches

Mark Matos and Os Beaches will perform Thursday at Plush, along with local Sonoran gypsy outfit Bajo Turbato, who have been storming various Tucson stages lately, and Space Over Desert. Read more»

Chris Black on gypsy violin.

Self-proclaimed "Latin-gypsy party band" Bajo Turbato will open for one-man-band and curiosity That 1 Guy Thursday at Plush. The band is actually a duo: Chris Black, local singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, on violin, and Tucson mariachi/punk icon Gabriel Sullivan on bajo sexto. Read more» 2