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02 May 2017
La Ristra New Mexican Kitchen

Open Mic Night

638 E. Warner Rd.

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05 May 2017
La Ristra New Mexican Kitchen

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16 May 2017
La Ristra New Mexican Kitchen

Open Mic Night

638 E. Warner Rd.

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Andrew Hand

Andrew’s sound has been described as “electric”, “heartfelt”, “harmonious” and “invigorating”, with Edis Kittrell of KGLT Radio saying of Andrew’s band Echodrive “(they) are talented and effective…with a heartfelt message of love lost, love found, and a hope for a better world. What emerges is a powerful and effective sound, uniquely their own and rarely witnessed.”

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Coverups Duo

What began as an invitation to “come sit in for a few songs,” has grown into a literal marriage of individual musical styles – Classic Rock with a splash of Country and R&B. On June 6, 1997, founding member, Kevin Crum, invited Tammi Smith to join him in a few songs on stage during a solo gig. The experience sealed their fates, and from that moment Kevin realized that his dream of marrying either a singer or a chiropractor could indeed come true. The Cover-Ups were born, and the beat goes on!

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Poor Barbie

Poor Barbie was established in 2012 in a garage in Gilbert, AZ and has rocked central Arizona ever since. The band covers a variety of artists and genres.

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Holly Kirsten

Holly Kirsten resides in Arizona playing live music in Scottsdale, Chandler and in many surrounding cities where she grew up and has played music full time since 2007. She performs weekly and enjoys making a living doing what she loves most, playing music!

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Ian Eric

Since the beginning of my career, I have been known for performing songs that one would not expect to hear from a solo acoustic performer.  While I have a large catalogue of “staple” songs typical to a solo acoustic show, my sets are chock full of unexpected choices that make audiences take notice.  That’s a big part of my inspiration when I perform.  On any given evening, there may be scores of performers playing the same typical solo-acoustic-guy stuff.  I like to step out of that box as much as possible.  The challenge is to choose songs that are very unexpected, yet can be arranged and performed successfully as a one-man act, and I absolutely relish the opportunity to bring something new and unique to a set.

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