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The tentative cover of new Exbats album 'Now Where Were We?'

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The album art for Hank Topless and the Dead Horsemen's latest track '300 Roses.'

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Sissy Flowers of Feverfew at Club Congress

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Hank Topless and co-conspirators T.S. Henry Webb, Evan Dain, Kevin Mayfield, Marx Loeb and Lana Rebel mixing tracks with Jim Waters at Waterworks Studio.

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The Sugar Stains: Berneice Lomelli, Velvet Hammer, Serena Rose McNeil, Amy Munoz Mendoza

The Sugar Stains are back with some loud, sweet and dirty rock and roll, plus: remembering Toxic Ranch's Julianna Towns, some local venue news and more in your TucsonSentinel.com weekend music update. Read more»

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»

Hank Topless sings "hard country blues" with a touch of Merle, a snarl of Jerry Lee, a dash of Leon Russell and a little bit of punk rock give-no-fucks abandon. Meanwhile, Tucson seems to be "singing the blues" this week, with several live blues-tinged gigs coming up, and some good, solid Old Pueblo psych and indie rock news. It's your weekend music update! Read more»

Hank Topless

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Portland Cello Project will perform at the Fox Theatre as part of 2nd Saturdays Downtown

The launch of 2nd Saturdays Downtown is Saturday from 5-10 p.m., and features live music at several venues, an outdoor stage, and out on the thoroughfare. Does this new event have the formula for resurrecting a downtown tradition? Read more»