From greeting Elvis at the Palm Springs Airport to taking Communion with Bob Hope to co-penning Jewel’s biggest hit single, Steve Poltz is a musician of many stories.
Andy Grammer, who will appear Aug. 31 at the Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs, is a rare specimen in today’s world of manufactured pop stars backed by small armies of songwriters and stylists.
Over three sun-soaked days, nearly 40 of the world’s most relevant DJ’s and electronic acts converge in Palm Springs for Splash House.
Palm Springs is not only a second home for singer Cameron Neilson, it’s also a source of inspiration for his hit, ‘All Equal on the Dance Floor’.
Summer school has never been a good reason to celebrate until the Ace Hotel & Swim Club fashionably borrowed the name for its upcoming art and music collaboration in Palm Springs.
Poolside’s debut album in 2012 ushered in a new genre of electronica that was a soothing alternative to the dubstep sound dominating DJ sets.
Splash House inspires poolside bliss, which is exactly what brother and sister event organizers Kelly and Tyler McLean envisioned for the Palm Springs concert series.
Nearly every music festival has a new buzz band, and for this year’s Joshua Tree Music Festival it’s clearly Nahko & Medicine for the People.
Joshua Tree Music Festival founder Barnett English likens the nearly four-day event to a “live mix tape” with artists ranging from bluegrass to funk.