Alavarius B. [Alan Bishop of Sun City Girls] / Fat Gray Cat

Alan Bishop (aka Alvarius B.) is a founding member of Arizona’s avant-garde and genre-defying SUN CITY GIRLS, whose career spans 27 years and over 50 releases. His work in Sun City Girls, with Richard Bishop and Charles Gocher, alone stands as a testament to his fearless exploration of the outer reaches of improvisation and composition. From their telepathic free jazz/post rock psychedelic trio roots, to sprawling radio broadcasts incorporating noise, Italian pop, and sound collage, to gorgeous outer-national Arabic and Asian-inspired folk music, the group maintained their singular and uncompromising path from inception.

And as Alvarius B., Bishop has penned hundreds of his own original folk songs in a primitive “out” style that is unlike anything that anyone else is doing now. This body of work is informed by an obsessive love of psychedelic rock, free jazz, exotic music from beyond borders, Italian film soundtracks, and an extraordinary sense of humor.

21+

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm (event ends at 10:00 pm)

Valley Bar

Phoenix, AZ

$8 Advance / $10 Day of Show

 

Sidewalk Surfer 40th Anniversary w/ Kevin Daly/ Fat Gray Cat/ Faded Things

SIDEWALK SURFER 40th Anniversary and Vintage Skateboard Swap Meet SATURDAY OCTOBER 14th at Sidewalk Surfer from 9am -4pm. Come on down and help us celebrate 40 years of skateboard history.

Our neighbors at Los Sombreros will be open serving tacos and beer all day.

We will also have live music from local bans Kevin Daly & Friends, Fat Gray Cat, and Faded Things.

Swap spaces are available for people wanting to sell any Vintage or used skateboard /surfboard or snowboard items. We hope to see you all on SATURDAY OCTOBER 14th to enjoy this monumental event.


If you are interested is setting up a swap meet space please email Sidewalk Surfer and let us know what items you are planning to sell. admin@sidewalksurfer.com

October Is For Show Lovers

October Is For Show Lovers

If you haven’t swung by our calendar lately, or even worse, live under a pile of rocks, we here at AZ KAOS would like to let you know that the next three weeks in Arizona are jam packed with punk festivals and a lot of the legendary old guys coming through with shows. We hope you’ve saved those pennies because the avid show goer could easily drop rent catching all the good bands playing soon.

 

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