From the BNP Paribas Open to Modernism Week Fall Preview, Greater Palm Springs’ October event calendar is showing signs of normalcy.
Joe Chavira, who called the late Trini Lopez his amigo and singing partner, has created a tribute concert coming to Palm Springs on Sept. 24.
The Splash House lineup includes TOKiMONSTA and Dom Dolla for the two August weekends of music by the pool at three Palm Springs hotels.
Splash House returns to Palm Springs in August with back-to-back weekends of music at three Palm Springs hotels following a one-year absence.
After more than 600 days of a dark stage due to the pandemic, McCallum Theatre will bring the lights back up starting in December.
Contrary to her business’ name, Accordion Apocalypse, and her 10 years playing in a “dark carnival” band, Skyler Fell exudes positive energy.
The new Bob Gentry record drops in January, and the Palm Springs-based singer-songwriter is grateful for the second chance to make music.
50 Years of Jethro Tull: Ian Anderson chats about the evolution of the group’s sound and whatever became of Gerald Bostock.
In early 1964, Trini Lopez shared the stage at a popular music hall in Paris, France, with a group he had never heard about before. “You’re going to be sharing the bill with a group called The Beatles,” Lopez recalled being told by promoters. “I didn’t know who they were. I didn’t. You know? It was great. We did great.