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Last Exit Live

717 S. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ, 85004
(602) 271-7000

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Last Exit Live
717 S. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85004
(602) 271-7000
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Polyrhythmics
Polyrhythmics
The Polyryhthmics are an all original 8-piece Funk and Afrobeat Orchestra comprised of some of Seattle’s finest rhythmic and melodic musicians. The sound is a fusion of music from all over the world, combined with forward thinking arrangements.
St. Paul
St. Paul
Born Paul Petersen in Minneapolis, MN, the artist later known as St. Paul was encouraged by his mother, who was an accomplished pianist. At 17, Petersen became one of a number of artists to come under the tutelage of Prince, joining the act the Time as keyboardist....
Dead Hot Workshop
Dead Hot Workshop
Along with the Gin Blossoms, the Refreshments, and the Pistoleros, Dead Hot Workshop helped transform Tempe, AZ -- the Phoenix suburb that houses Arizona State University -- into a musical hotbed in the 1990s....
Dead Winter Carpenters
Dead Winter Carpenters
With feet firmly planted in the Northern California music scene Dead Winter Carpenters is a newly formed quintet emerging on the shores of North Lake Tahoe, CA. Boasting members of San Francisco’s Montana Slim String Band and Lake Tahoe’s Rusty Strings, Dead Winter Carpenters are poised with an arsenal of original and an unyielding tour schedule (rolling across the country in their 1997 15 passenger green Ford van named Willy The Pimp)....
Jelly Bread
Jelly Bread
"Dirty ensemble chops, rich vocal dexterity, and solid lyrical flows make Jelly Bread a legitimate festival act with huge potential". JELLY BREAD is the combination of a pumping rythm section that grew up together playing in a gospel band, an award-winning singer/songwriter who aproaches music from a Ben Harper/John Butler point of view, rootsy funk/rock guitar licks with a bit of dirt under the nails, and three part male-female vocal harmonies that add textures as rough as sandpaper, and as soft as velvet....
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