Friday, October 16, 2009

KXCI sponsored events this weekend:


Shorty Stubbs Memorial Concert - Sunday at The Hut
SABHF Tucson Blues Festival - Sunday at Reid Park
Depedro with Calexico - Saturday at Solar Culture
Lisa Otey and Diane Van Deurzen - Saturday at the Berger

** click on link above for more information, or go to our events page **

Shorty Stubbs Memorial Concert - Sunday at The Hut
We remember our old friend Shorty Stubbs the way he'd want us to remember his life and his generosity - with a great concert of local music at The Hut, with proceeds supporting KXCI. Performers from 3 to 11pm include Copper Moon, Clam Tostada, Los Hombres, Big Ludd, Loren Dicks, Last Call Girls, Cochise County All Stars, Al Perry and the Kevin Pakulis Band. $7 at the door, come for the day or for a few hours, either way you'll have a great time in support of KXCI. The Hut is at 305 North 4th Avenue.

SABHF Tucson Blues Festival - Sunday at Reid Park
It's the Free Blues Festival in Reid Park, at the bandshell from 11am to 6:30pm. While we will be broadcasting the Festival on tape delay throughout the day Sunday, nothing replaces the absolute joy of being outside listening to hours of great live music (for free!) with hundreds of other music fans - we'll see YOU there! More details at at the SABHF website.

Depedro with Calexico - Saturday at Solar Culture

Depedro, from Madrid Spain, will feature members of Calexico and Sergio Mendoza y la Orkesta. Brian Lopez and friends, feat. Salvador Duran, open this all ages show at 9pm. A frequent contributer to Calexico performances in Europe, Depedro is a mixture of latin, border fusion, folk, african music, reggae and blues.

Lisa Otey and Diane Van Deurzen - Saturday at the Berger

Diane Van Deurzen and Lisa Otey celebrate the release of their new CD, "Wild Women", with special guests Heather "Lil' Mama" Hardy (violin), Rich Brennion (pedal steel), Scott Black (bass) and Chip Ritter (drums). "Wild Women" is a tribute to 100 years of blues women and features 14 of their best raunchy and romantic blues.

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