- posted on January 30, 2015 by

SuperBowl XLIX Concert Weekend with A BOY NAMED SIOUX

Super Bowl XLIX Concert Weekend continues as Rockbar inc. welcomes back the talented AZ original Robert Toner with the amazing country songs of
– – – – – A Boy Named Sioux – – – – –
with special guests and our very own
Renegade Audio’s DJ Michael Hagen
on the Patio!

9pm Doors•$10cover•21+
ViP Tables/Info at 480-331-9190

“A Boy Named Sioux” is a hard-working band filled with talent and determination. They are equally proficient on stage or in the recording studio. With new, original material, and some well-covered classics continuously being added to their set list, they keep a fresh and current perspective on the ever-changing face of county-rock music. “A Boy Named Sioux” currently plays throughout Arizona and is looking to bring their music and dynamic presence to a city near you.

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- posted on January 23, 2015 by

CODY CANADA & THE DEPARTED live at Rockbar Scottsdale!

Don’t miss a night of original RED DIRT country as the boys from Oklahoma return to the Rockbar Stage…
– – – -Cody Canada and The Departed – – – –
with special guests
The Cole Trains

7pm Doors
Presale tickets available for $13, and this is a 21 and over event.

Canada was front man for Cross Canadian Ragweed for fifteen years, where he tapped into those influences for their nine albums, four of which charted on Billboard’s Top 10 Country Albums Chart. They sold over a million albums and played to sell-out crowds, bringing the term “Red Dirt” to the nation. When Cross Canadian Ragweed decided to part ways, Cody resurfaced with a mission in mind, to pay homage to the Red Dirt writers and music that were formative. The Departed’s first priority was getting into the studio and cutting the Oklahoma tribute album that Cody had wanted to do for years. This is Indian Land came out last year, a 15-track “buffet of really kick-ass Okie songs,” Canada noted.

And so a seamless transition was made, Cody Canada and his long time Ragweed band mate, Jeremy Plato on bass and vocals; along with Seth James on guitar and vocals (Seth James Band, Ray Wylie Hubbard), Steve Littleton on B3 organ and keys (Live Oak Decline, Stoney LaRue & the Arsenals, Medicine Show) and Chris Doege on drums (Seth James Band, Nashville touring acts). The band members have known each other for years, and they know each other’s musicianship. They are excited to be playing together, stoked about the new beginning that their first studio album of original material provides.

Cody Canada & The Departed continues to hit the road hard. As excited as they are about their gigs, they are taking it all very seriously. Canada continues, “Now it’s a new band playing new songs so we’ve got to learn everything, get our game together and practice. It’s a whole lot of fun. I can’t sleep at night. It keeps me awake, not from worry but from excitement. We’re just ready to tear it up.”

Cody Canada, Jeremy Plato, Seth James, Steve Littleton, and Chris Doege embrace the future with Adventūs. The music rocks, shimmers, simmers; amplified by the heat of the Texas sun. Adventūs signals the arrival of The Departed.

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