Live Music Phoenix
The Nash is downtown Phoenix’s hub for all things jazz. Named after Phoenix native and jazz drummer Lewis Nash, the venue offers intimate and rowdy shows that touch on varied tastes of the genre like bop and swing and classic and new. And if you have ever thought about making jazz a hobby, The Nash also offer clinics and private lessons.
Details: 110 E. Roosevelt St., Phoenix 85004
The Yucca Tap Room has been a Tempe mainstay for nearly 40 years. Local bands are usually on the bill with national acts also making their way through the venue from time to time. Yucca also features more than 200 beers, games, local art and more. Best of all, the live music is almost always free.
Details: 29 W. Southern Ave., Tempe 85282
The 1920s printing press facility has been transformed into a multi-event center. The venue offers guests the opportunity to see big names and up-and-coming artists in an intimate environment.
Details: 441 W. Madison St., Phoenix 85003
This stylish nightspot has earned a hip reputation amongst music fans and night dwellers alike. From nationally-known acts to up-and-coming local bands, the Crescent Ballroom delivers to its guests every night. Grab a drink and dinner at the ballroom’s Cocina 10 restaurant before or after the show.
Details: 308 N. 2nd Ave., Phoenix 85003
New in May 2015, Valley Bar is a sister venue to Crescent Ballroom and offers a truly underground music experience. Visitors descend to the basement level to access the music hall, where you can hear performances of Latin, soul, blues, indie rock, and pop from acts booked to vary and expand on the lineup at Crescent.
Details: 130 N. Central Avenue, Phoenix 85004
With its array of national headliners, the Marquee Theatre has become a local landmark in the eyes of music fanatics. Prominent acts like the Black Keys, Bastille, and Foster the People have all entertained guests of the venue, along with local talent that are new to the business.
Details: 730 N. Mill Ave., Tempe 85281
This South Scottsdale dive bar has become a favorite venue for fans of indie rock, punk, and more. They keep their calendar full with a mix of local bands and national acts.
Details: 423 N Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale 85257
From hip-hop to heavy metal and everything in between, Club Red’s calendar is full of diverse acts.
Details: 1306 W. University Drive, Mesa 85201
Rock fans, the Nile is your place. After shutting down for several years and being used for other purposes, the venue has returned and features up-and-coming hardcore, punk, metal and rock shows. Just be prepared if you’re looking to have a cocktail – they don’t sell alcohol.
Details: 105 W. Main St., Mesa 85201
The Historical Warehouse District of Downtown Phoenix is home to the intimate live music venue, Last Exit Live. Guests can enjoy a night of live music from local talent and national touring acts, like Sugar Thieves and Orgone.
Details: 717 S. Central Ave., Phoenix 85004
Blues and Jazz
For the best in blues, soul, and R&B, Char’s Has the Blues is a must-see. It’s a perfect mix between a funky club and bluesy lounge, leaving the dance floor packed every night of the week.
Where can I go to listen to live jazz music in or around Phoenix, AZ? | Yahoo Answers
) Here you will find Music for all the ages,this is one of the best music grabber site,with full of hip hop pop music,dance music,free music videos,you will not only find best music of all time,but you will get the most controversial music videos,you will also get information about the future of music industry and lot's more,A Great Entertainer!
Nirvana people help me with this please? | Yahoo Answers
nirvana does not suck, they are awsome!