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The Frecks

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»

Tucson's own "alternative tentacle" Fish Karma! The Swamp Meet at Cans Deli. Introducting Feverfew and a new track for a good cause from Juju Fontaine. It's your weekend music update from Tucsonsentinel.com. Read more»

Gardner, center, and La Cerca

In the past couple of years, it's begun to seem like every other new band in Tucson is "reinventing" psychedelic rock. But Andrew Gardner, frontman of Tucson indie band La Cerca is not surprised that the music he was listening to at a young age is coming back into style. Plus, more weekend music. Read more»

'I Love You (We’re F*#ked)'

Fringe theatre comes from the same evolutionary path that created off-off Broadway. As a theatrical/performance movement, fringe has no rules and few guidelines. This weekend, Tucson joins a growing number of cities worldwide with its own fringe festival. Read more»