• Julia Rizik is headed to Nashville!

    Julia Rizik, an up & coming valley singer/songwriter. is relocating to Nashville to write and record her original music. But first she headed to Southern California to play the "Stage Coach Festival" on April 28th.  She graced our GMAZ studio and gave us a preview of her new song "Medicine".

  • Human Nature Performance on GMAZ

    Australia’s HUMAN NATURE stopped by the GMAZ studio this morning to give us a preview of their award-winning Las Vegas show “Jukebox”. They are taking it on the road and the tour will support the release of their new CD, “JUKEBOX – The Ultimate Play list” which is available November 3 on Legacy Recordings and, their PBS special, “HUMAN NATURE: Jukebox – In Concert from the Venetian,” which debuts Thanksgiving weekend.

  • New gigs for 16-year-old Lelea Fonua (part 2)

    16-year-old Lelea Fonua, known as the next "Bruno Mars" has new gigs for the New Year. We catch up with him on all his new gigs, where you can see him play for free, and what the new year has in store for this young talent. He has since started his own band, 3NATIONS. He rounds out his busy schedule as a Youth Ambassador for the American Diabetes Association. For more info: www.Lelea.org

  • Roger Clyne performs in studio

    Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers are performing at Talking Stick Resort on Friday, Dec. 29th. Tickets for the show are still available at talkingstickresort.com or ticketmaster.com
  • Gilbert Christian Concert Choir

    Gilbert Christian High School Concert Choir, of 41 students, is in need of funds toward our New York Mission trip to serve homeless, work in shelters, create food boxes, and perform in the prestigious Carnegie Hall in March 2018. Donations can be given online at give.classy.org/faithtonewyork or sent directly to Gilbert Christian High School.

  • Sounds of the Season returns starring David Britton

    He is a world-class baritone and one of our favorite singers. David Britton joins us as he prepares for another big concert this season at The Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts Friday, Dec 15 at 8 p.m. 

  • Eric Ramsey performs

    Eric Ramsey performs this Thursday, December 7th, at The Listening Room. Check him out here.

  • ASU football player turned country singer to perform this weekend

    We met him last year at the Phoenix Open when he opened for Toby Keith, now this ASU football player turned country singer joins us again as he'll be performing this weekend. We say hello to Ryan Bexley, who has spent his career dedicating his talent to his beloved older sister who was killed in a freak snow mobile accident. For more info: RyanBexleyMusic.com

  • Human Nature performs before their AZ PBS special

    They’ve become known around the globe for their distinctive harmonies and their hit show JUKEBOX can be seen nightly at The Venetian in Las Vegas. They have a new PBS special filmed at The Venetian that airs tonight on Arizona PBS at 7pm and they are here to give us a sneak peak of their new album. They will be back in the Valley for three shows in March.

  • DJ Convention in Phoenix

    The Core DJs are hosting their annual retreat in Phoenix for the first time. The event features a conference, artist showcase, charity fundraisers and nightlife parties. The retreat is taking place at the Embassy Suites at Biltmore. Visit coredjsworldwide.com for more details.

  • Master guitarist Esteban & electric violinist Teresa Joy

    See them at their performance on Friday, November 10th at the Tempe Center for the Arts. Visit estebanmusic.com for more info.
     

  • Imani Winds quintet performs

    Since 1997 Imani Winds, the Grammy-nominated wind quintet, has taken a unique path, carving out a presence in the classical music world with its dynamic playing, culturally poignant programming, adventurous collaborations, and inspirational outreach programs. 

  • Gypsy Soul playing 20th anniversary tour

    The duo has received numerous international and US songwriting awards and appearances on TV shows and feature films including: Providence, Roswell, and Felicity, 90210. They’ve opened for the Doobie Brothers and Edie Brickell as well as have been featured in compilations with artists: Keb Mo, Shawn Colvin and Aimee Mann. See them at the Musical Instrument Museum Saturday, November 4th: mim.org/events/gypsy-soul/.

  • Trevor Hall performs for us while on tour!

    Hall’s music, a blend of roots and folk music with hints of inspiration from India, has led him to a series of sold-out tours and collaborations with artists such as The Wailers, Matisyahu and Michael Franti. Visit trevorhallmusic.com for more info.

  • "Vintage Wednesday" performs before heading to ALMF

    Vintage Wednesday is from Gilbert, AZ and is highly influenced by rock music from the 60’s and 70’s through today, covering bands like The Beatles, Fleetwood Mac, Heart, Rolling Stones, Jefferson Airplane, Pat Benatar, U2, Foo Fighters and Led Zeppelin. Visit ApacheLakeMusicFestival.com for more info for their performance this weekend.

  • Harrison Fjord gears up for Apache Lake Music Fest

    Harrison Fjord is a jazz-influenced psychedelic rock band plays fun and exciting music that delves into improvisation, vocal harmonies, and odd meter rhythms. They saw international success with their viral music video "Approximately 906 Miles," which was recorded live on location at the Mogollon Rim in Payson. See them this weekend at apachelakemusicfestival.com/.
     

  • 74th Street Band to perform at the Ride for Warriors

    Ride for the Warrior presents the sixth annual Ride for the Warrior Music Festival fundraiser. It's Friday and Saturday, November 3rd and 4th at Paul Mason Sportsplex in Casa Grande. Visit rideforthewarrior.com/ for more info. 

  • Bear Ghost kicks off Apache Lake Music Fest

    The local band is one of the bands performing this weekend. More than 28 musical acts will play over two days. Visit apachelakemusicfestival.com for more info.
     

  • "Christopher Shayne" jams in the studio

    Valley band Christopher Shayne was flying home from New Orleans when a Southwest Airlines agent asked them to sing. They join us on GMAZ to dicuss their experience and perform for us!
  • Luna Aura performs at Lost Lake Festival

    Raised in Phoenix, singer and songwriter, Luna Aura, began making music at the age of 10. Known for her unique blend of pop melodies with synthesizer sounds, she paved her own way to fame. Playing different festivals and concerts, she’ll be a part of the Valley’s own major music event, the Lost Lake Festival, Oct. 20-22 at Steele Indian School Park.
     

  • Phoenix reggae- Latin rock band Fayuca to be featured at Lost Lake

    Known for their fierce live performances, Phoenix trio Fayuca blends their Latin roots and mother tongue with the ethos of reggae and rock. And, they'll take the stage this weekend at the Valley's first ever Lost Lake Festival beginning Friday at Steele Indian School Park. For more info: LostLakeFestival.com  

  • Lost Lake to feature Phoenix reggae- Latin rock band Fayuca

    Phoenix trio Fayuca blends their Latin roots and mother tongue with the ethos of reggae and rock. And, they'll take the stage this weekend at the Valley's first ever Lost Lake Festival beginning Friday at Steele Indian School Park. We meet this Phoenix reggae rock band to talk about their music, their roots, and the event, which is being called, Phoenix's version of Coachella. For more info: LostLakeFestival.com  

  • What's next for AGT singer Evie Clair?

    She was Arizona's little darling on America's Got Talent. She stole the show with her booming voice, and heart-wrenching story about her father's battle with Cancer. The 13-year-old made it all the way to the top 10, and she joins us this morning to talk about her experience,.For more info: AmericasGotTalent.com 

  • Rapper born without a jaw releases new music

    He is unable to speak, born without a jaw, and has never tasted food. But, this 17-year-old is tasting fame, and has found his own voice through music. Isaiah Acosta, who dreamed of rapping, has become quite the local rap artist. He's already released one hit, and now he's releasing another tune. He joins us with Rapper Trap House to about his new music, bullying, and life since going viral. Next performance: AZHipHopFestival.com

  • Musician Blaine Long releases new album

    Blaine has a new album “Scorpio” since being on the Voice Season 11, digital download available on iTunes/Google Play; CDs for sale at his live gigs.
    His CD release show is October 7th at Cactus Jack's in Ahwatukee. 

  • 16-year-old self-taught musician plays gigs with Motley Crue & Alice Cooper

    He's only 16 years old, and already Phoenix resident Lelea Fonua has found himself on-stage with Motley Crue, Alice Cooper, Joan Jett, Jordin Sparks and more. Lelea found his love for music at 8 years old when he got his first ukulele. He has since started his own band, 3NATIONS. He rounds out his busy schedule as a Youth Ambassador for the American Diabetes Association. For more info: www.Lelea.org  

  • Millennial band keeps "vintage" rock n roll alive

    The songs from our generation are not dead, and a three piece band of millennial guys can prove it. They're called "Please," and they've played all over Arizona, keeping "vintage" rock n' roll and classic rock alive through their sound, with a modern twist of course. We meet Cody Lima, Matt Hernandez and Tyler Brewer. For more info: www.PleasePLZ.Bandcamp.com

  • Valley band "Mercer Lane" records tribute for Hurricane Harvey victims

    They are one of the Valley's most popular event bands, Mercer Lane, really known for giving their audience a real "experience." Well, now they join us live with a special tribute they recorded for Hurricane Harvey victims, a song called "Right Here," as a way to help the Red Cross increase donations. For more info: www.MercerLaneMusic.com 

  • Taylor Phelan gives us a sample of his music

    Taylor Phelan is playing a show at at The Rebel Lounge September 5th. He played one of his songs on the show.
     

  • Alice Cooper seeks solid rock musical acts

    If you're a young singer under the age of 25, Alice Cooper is looking for you. You can be a part of one of the nation's most renowned music competitions, where a winning band and solo artist will open for the rock legend. Alice Cooper's Proof is in the Pudding charity talent search is coming December 9th at Celebrity Theatre. Singer Sophie Dorsten performs for us now. For more info: www.AliceCooperSolidrock.com

  • Alien Atmosphere gives us a taste of their sound

    The band  Alien Atmosphere will be performing at the Marquee Theatre Friday night. Identical twin brothers, Nick,and Matt, gave us a little taste of what you will hear if you go to their performance. For more info: www.alienatmosphere.com

  • Meat Puppets perform at Celebrity Theatre

    The Meat Puppets come home to the Valley for a concert tonight at Celebrity Theatre. Part of the AZ Music and Entertainment Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.  The Meat puppets and fellow Arizona artists the Gin Blossoms and Nils Lofgren will be inducted. For tickets: CelebtrityTheatre

  • "First Lady of Baseball" releases new single

    "First Lady of Baseball", and Pop Artist Julianna Zobrist and wife of Chicago Cubs 2016 MVP Player Ben Zobrist has learned to be "Shatterproof" while living in the limelight with her husband, juggling her artist career, and raising three kids. She joins us to talk about all that and her new single  "Safe."

  • School of Rock All Stars perform

    The School of Rock AllStars group represents the most talented students from School of Rock's global network of schools and will perform at over 30 shows in 27 cities this July and August at major venues and legendary stages including MoPop, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Lollapalooza. The group will be making a stop in Phoenix on Saturday, July 29th at 1:00 p.m. at the Rebel Lounge.

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  • As Seen on GMAZ: Friday, Aug. 10

    As Seen on GMAZ: Friday, Aug. 10

    Friday, August 10 2018 12:22 PM EDT2018-08-10 16:22:30 GMT

    College Students Adding STD Screenings to their back to school check list It's that time of year when college students are preparing for back to school. STD testing should be something to add to their checklist. Students can order a simple blood test online themselves to jump start the new semester and create piece of mind for a successful new school year. Sonora Quest offers a variety of STD screenings depending on what exactly you want to be tested for. If you are looking for a br...

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    College Students Adding STD Screenings to their back to school check list It's that time of year when college students are preparing for back to school. STD testing should be something to add to their checklist. Students can order a simple blood test online themselves to jump start the new semester and create piece of mind for a successful new school year. Sonora Quest offers a variety of STD screenings depending on what exactly you want to be tested for. If you are looking for a br...

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  • As Seen on GMAZ: Thursday, Aug 9

    As Seen on GMAZ: Thursday, Aug 9

    Thursday, August 9 2018 12:38 PM EDT2018-08-09 16:38:17 GMT

    Uptown Jungle heads to Chandler Super slides, obstacle courses, climbing walls, it's a kid dream park, and it's all indoors. A new Uptown Jungle opens in Chandler for the first time. Unlike the traditional trampoline park, where jumping is most prominent, the founders of Uptown Jungle wanted to do something totally different and create a place where kids can let loose in a safe and controlled environment. We get a first look at this $1.4 million-dollar indoor family adventure park de...

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    Uptown Jungle heads to Chandler Super slides, obstacle courses, climbing walls, it's a kid dream park, and it's all indoors. A new Uptown Jungle opens in Chandler for the first time. Unlike the traditional trampoline park, where jumping is most prominent, the founders of Uptown Jungle wanted to do something totally different and create a place where kids can let loose in a safe and controlled environment. We get a first look at this $1.4 million-dollar indoor family adventure park de...

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  • As Seen on GMAZ: Wednesday, Aug. 8

    As Seen on GMAZ: Wednesday, Aug. 8

    Wednesday, August 8 2018 12:40 PM EDT2018-08-08 16:40:32 GMT

    Lou Malnati's Job Fair Lou Malnati's Pizzeria is looking to hire more than 165 people at its job fair tomorrow, Tues., August 7 and Wed., Aug.8th to staff its newest and largest AZ location in Scottsdale, set to open this September. All details are included below and in the attached media advisory. Also attached you will find renderings of the new restaurant. Positions include:        Kitchen Staff       Phone Staff       Hosts ...

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    Lou Malnati's Job Fair Lou Malnati's Pizzeria is looking to hire more than 165 people at its job fair tomorrow, Tues., August 7 and Wed., Aug.8th to staff its newest and largest AZ location in Scottsdale, set to open this September. All details are included below and in the attached media advisory. Also attached you will find renderings of the new restaurant. Positions include:        Kitchen Staff       Phone Staff       Hosts ...

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