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.