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Your new music fix from our own backyard
Friday at 11pm w/ Mo!
Like one of one the bands we’re playing on Homegrown?
Vote which band deserves The Song Of The Week at the bottom of the page.
Tuesday: Talia Roya – Not Done With Tonight
Talia Roya is a Santa Barbara born singer-songwriter and musician. She was introduced to the piano as a young girl where she was raised and resides in Phoenix, Arizona. During Roya’s early years she experimented with songwriting, arranging and producing her own music. In 2006, Roya’s junior year of high school, her debut self-produced album “My Notes” was released under the name “TALIA”. The album was recorded at Clamsville Studio in Chandler, AZ with owner and recording engineer John Herrera. Roya’s music gained traction in both Arizona and California by performing the piano and singing in local Phoenix coffee shops and wine bars to quickly performing at venues such as the Celebrity Theatre and The Phoenician Resort in Phoenix to The Roxy, The Mint, and the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles.
Over the next decade, Roya continued to release original music written and arranged in her home studio. She went on to perform for and represent companies like Toyota, Target, Chase Financial and opened for the Little River Band and Linda Ronstadt.
In 2016 Roya started releasing music under the name “Talia Roya” with a style that includes her Rock and R&B influences while keeping a fresh edge with her unique melodic vocals. Also, under the Talia Roya moniker featured various studio musicians as her band, Adam Armijo (guitar), Todd Chuba (drums), Alex Kyhn (bass). These musicians are featured on her new self-titled EP “Talia Roya” released in September 2018, available everywhere. Check out her song “Not Done With Tonight” below then give her a follow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. You can see her live at The Rebel Lounge, Saturday, Sept 29th. If you dig the track, vote to hear it again for Song of the Week at the bottom of the page.
Wednesday: Coyote Tango – Rabbits
A little background on the band, were a group of Phoenix local scene journeymen – our singer, Matt Klassen was in the bands Saddles, and The Cold Desert. Anthony Neal (bass) and Brian Champ (drums) were in the band Bears of Manitou. Anthony also played in Her and Gold, and Micah Bentley. While Brian was in Greeley Estates.
We are a 3-piece rock band from Phoenix – just a few friends making good ol’ rock ‘n roll! You can find Coyote Tango on Facebook and Instagram . Check out their song “Rabbits” and if ya love it, vote to hear it again for Song of the Week at the bottom of the page.
Thursday: Celebration Guns – Consider The Source
Celebration Guns are a combination of nostalgia, energy, complexity, and joy. Their sound borrows from elements of dream pop, indie rock and noise pop resulting in deceptively complex music that is catchy and filled with hooks. Rarely able to sit still, their music stretches genres while retaining an undeniable pop charm. You can catch Celebration Guns on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Preview their song “Consider The Source” below and if you love it, vote to hear em again for the Song of the Week at the bottom of the page!
Song of the Week:
Coyote Tango – “Rabbits”