Comedian Gabriel Inglesias makes a tour stop, sip craft beers at Brew at the Zoo, and Palm Springs, Palm Desert offer free outdoor concerts.
A walk on a trail in Joshua Tree National Park becomes a chance to listen to the way music interacts with the desert at SoundCheckEarth.
Music continues its desert takeover with Coachella and Soundcheck Earth, mixed in with Earth Day celebrations and art exhibit openings.
Wilma and Frieda’s in Palm Springs opens the doors of its retro lounge to host Deven Green and Handsome Ned during the Oasis Music Festival.
Thousands will congregate for the first weekend of Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival while the music keeps playing at other venues.
Rancho de la Luna may feel miles away from civilization, but the renowned recording studio is a popular destination for top musicians.
As The Manhattan Transfer celebrates 50 years in music, desert resident Cheryl Bentyne reflects on the highs and lows of life in the biz.
Mammoth WVH, led by the son of the late rocker Eddie Van Halen, and Dirty Honey headline a music-laden week in the Coachella Valley.
Marie Osmond chats about her crossover to opera that landed her a first No. 1 album, and meeting Lucille Ball prior to her desert appearance.
Palm Springs’ music history started when the Cahuilla Indians settled the area 5,000+ years ago, followed by celebs like Frank Sinatra.