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Your new music fix from our own backyard every Mon through Thursday at 11p!
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.
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Monday: The Headsmen – You Can Run
Based out of San Tan, Arizona, The Headsmen are a Chromatic Rock band that fuse blues rock with experimental ambience splicing into the realm of arena-rock.
Formed by Cesar II Ruiz [Pipo] & Cesar O. Ruiz [Kiko], originally from San Juan, Puerto Rico, the brothers seek to emulate vintage rock sounds while pioneering new textures. Preview their song “You Can Run” below, if ya dig it, vote to hear it again for Song of the Week at the bottom of the page.
Tuesday: Jane N’ The Jungle – Beach On Fire
Formed in 2013, JANE N’ THE JUNGLE is an alternative rock band from Phoenix, Arizona, currently gigging out of Los Angeles, California. JNTJ creates a unique sound mixing 90’s alternative and modern rock. Jane N’ The Jungle is releasing a full length record, entitled “Concrete Jungle,” Summer 2019. Recorded in part at Gravity Studios in Chicago, IL and 4th Street Recording in Santa Monica, CA. The record was sponsored and funded in part by Ford Motor Co. “Concrete Jungle” has trended in the top 200’s on the College Radio Charts as well as getting radio play on over 150 stations throughout North America and Europe. The band is best known for their rockin’ live performances, prime-time regional Honda commercials, and their unique, alternative fashion.
Check out Jane N’ The Jungle on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram then preview their song “Beach On Fire” below. Love it? Hate it? Vote for it for Song of the Week at the bottom of the page.
Wednesday: Logan Alexandra – Oh To Be Young
The rock/pop/soul genre has a fresh face with acclaimed singer-songwriter and keyboard player, Logan Alexandra. Hailing from Scottsdale, Arizona at just 19-years old, Logan is embracing the music scene with her youthful lyrics, aggressive music approach, and powerful voice coming out of just a petite 5’ body.
She has worked over the years to become a multi-instrumentalist, honing her vocal skills, along with piano, guitar, ukulele, and songwriting. Logan grasped the attention of Grammy nominated producer Billy Smiley from Nashville, TN, who brought in a cast of incredible musicians like Brennan Smiley of The Technicolors, Tommy Sims (Bruce Springsteen, Sheryl Crow and White Heart), and Jared Kneale (Kacey Musgraves, and Ben Rector).
This West Coast recording artist has a fresh sound that the rock and pop world have been missing for a long time, but with a flair of the imaginative, creative, and unique – that causes the listener to be compelled to want to hear more. ‘4 Years’ is what you will be hearing about in the next few months. Give her a follow Facebook and Instagram.
Preview her song “Oh To Be Young” Below, if ya dig it, vote to hear it again for Song of the Week.
Thursday: Sugar Water – Walk Tall
Sugarwater is a Phoenix based band formed in 2017. It is lead by frontman Wade Cota, who gained a major following after a top 4 finish on the 17th season of American Idol. The rest of the band consists of guitarist Logan Dubek, bassist Julian Weinstein, keyboardist Amy Indeche, drummer Cameron Laforedt and multi instrumentalist Austin Moore. Catch Sugarwater at The Marquee Theater this Saturday, June 29th.
Preview their song “Walk Tall” below, if you dig it, vote to hear it again for Song of the Week at the bottom of the page.
Song of the Week:
The Headsmen – You Can Run