The upcoming performance by singer-songwriters Sabra Faulk and Heather Hardy on Tuesday (Aug. 28) at 11:30 a.m. could easily be billed “Sabra & Heather Together Again at ASA” as a take-off on the title of their joint album released last year.
A running theme at the Arizona Senior Academy these days seems to be “familiar faces in new combinations.” The latest such combination, new to the Academy but not new to the Tucson music scene, is the band known as Nick
International touring artists Diane Van Deurzen & Lisa Otey are a dynamic duo who combine their singing voices with Otey’s masterful keyboard playing for rousing and soulful renditions of jazz, blues and boogie woogie tunes. The Arizona Senior Academy is
The Tucson music scene is alive and well with many talented musicians performing in many different styles, and the Arizona Senior Academy is privileged to draw on this amazing pool of talent to bring ever varied programs to our audiences.
“Sly Man and Sheryl Ann” is the collaborative duo of piano maestro Daniel “Sly” Slipetsky and soulful songbird Sheryl Ann McKinley, who often perform alongside additional Tucson musicians. On Tuesday (Sept. 12) they will be joined by upright bassist Jack
If you’ve been hankering for the blues, the Arizona Senior Academy will be where it’s at on Tuesday (May 23) at 11:30 a.m. when Grams & Krieger take the stage for a mid-day show. Bassist Steve Grams and guitarist Danny
Drawing on the musical traditions of the Ronstadt family across generations in Tucson and Mexico, Michael J. Ronstadt (younger brother of Linda) formed Ronstadt Generations together with his sons Michael G. and Petie back in 2009. Since then they have
Mention the name Ronstadt along with a reference to music in Tucson, and what comes to mind are the rich harmonies of traditional Southwestern and Mexican songs alongside creative original material that keep audiences coming back for more. The