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This Week On Homegrown: Future Classic, All Rights Reserved, Suppertime and Mouse Powell!



A Local Music Segment airing every Monday through Friday at 11pm w/ Mo!

Like one of one the bands we’re featuring this week on ALT AZ 93.3?

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Monday: Future Classic

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We are FUTURE CLASSIC. Your new favorite Pop Punk band!

FUTURE CLASSIC is from Phoenix, Arizona. The four piece band, founded by Jordan Messer (Stellar Kart), also includes Ben Kolarcik (Across the Sky), Jake Bombaci and Logan Brubaker. As the self-proclaimed “Soundtrack for Summer”, FUTURE CLASSIC brings an energetic punk feel with polished pop hooks that is sure to keep you coming back for more. You can find Future Classic on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Youtube. Preview their song “Nervous Wreck” below, then show them your love and admiration by voting for them in the Friday Replay at the bottom of the page.


Tuesday: All Rights Reserved

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All Rights Reserved was formed in 2010 in the suburban Phoenix city of Mesa, Arizona. ARR’s members consist of Lead Guitar Player, Hytham Mousa, Lead singer and Guitar player, Craig Hanson, Bassist Andrew Bouk, and drummer Brad O’Brien. The band pays a mixture of original rock tunes with varying influences throughout the decades. The music ranges from angst riddled Punk to Alternative Pop Rock.

With the innate desire to form a band and express his artistic abilities, Craig Hanson, a Montana native, teamed up with native Arizonan Andrew Bouk. Via Craigslist (no pun intended) Craig and Drew discovered the immensely talented lead guitarist in Hytham, whom grew up in a desert on the other side of the world in Egypt – and exceptional drummer Brad, originally from Michigan.

The band co-writes the songs with Singer/Songwriter Craig as the catalyst. As Craig is often quoted saying, “The songs pretty much write themselves.” An idea, riff, or beat by someone and everyone dives in with creative input to produce a song.

After breaking the local music scene in venues across the valley in the years prior to 2015, All Rights Reserved released their first album which is self titled, “All Rights Reserved.” The debut ARR album includes fan favorites such as “Won’t Give Up,” “Cameras,” and “Couch Potato.” That same year ARR Band was successfully launched on Pandora, Spotify, and I Tunes and began to build a beautiful fan base from around the globe. ARR Band says: “Our amazing fans fuel our desire to continue to create the best music we can make, and we are humbled and forever grateful for their support. We love you fans!!!” You can follow ARR on Facebook and Youtube and preview their song “Won’t Give Up” below. If you love it, vote to hear em again for the Friday replay at the bottom of the page.


Wednesday: Suppertime


Suppertime is funky blues rock band that formed in Mesa, Arizona in 2016. The band currently consists of lead singer Rissa Vibes and guitarist Ben Manzanares, bassist Bobby Manzanares, and drummer Brandon Frisby. Give them a follow on Facebook and Bandcamp, then check out their song “Yellow Polka Dots” below. If you love it, vote to hear them again for the Friday replay at the bottom of the page.


Thursday: Mouse Powell feat. Grieves

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Based out of Phoenix, Arizona. Mouse Powell creates multi genre music with a focus on maintaining a Hip Hop aesthetic. Following his 2013 release, “These Are The Good Times” Powell has toured extensively throughout the U.S. Primarily drawing from personal experiences, his music is sure to reel you in. With new music on the horizon Powell promises to bring us his unique flavor of soulful music. Give Mouse Powell a follow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, then see him live at Crescent Ballroom, Friday, January 19th for his album release party. Don’t forget to check out his song “Porches” featuring Grieves below, if ya love it, show em by voting to hear it again for the Friday replay.