hope to offer a rootsy alternative to the pop-country trend. “There’s just a genuineness about old country music that resonates with people, and the more today’s country music moves away from its roots, the more demand there is for it,” Woodbury says. Local regulars include Tony Martinez, Dana Armstrong, and Sara Robinson and the Midnight Special. Woodbury also hopes to pull in national acts.
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Downtown Phoenix Murals
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5th Annual Reader Photo Contest
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