and the Cardboard Hearts
Theatrical Indie Dream Pop from Cincinatti, OH
Serenity Fisher and the Cardboard Hearts blend playful pop-rock with a Tim Burton-esque quirkiness. A wordsmith, Serenity Fisher entices stories into becoming songs using truth-telling, highly-visual lyrics, and dreamy melodies. Fisher is a powerhouse singer whose nuanced vocals vary from bluesy belt to sultry whisper, from technical prowess to stripped down raw emotion. Her piano style is theatrical and passionate. Her music has been compared to Regina Spektor, Tori Amos and Fiona Apple.
Y Los Tucsonenses
Post Modern American West from Tucson, AZ
Representing five generations in North America, Ronstadt Generations continues the family’s musical traditions with Michael J. Ronstadt and his sons, Michael G. and Petie. They present an exciting repertoire that preserves the traditional Southwestern and Mexican songs of their heritage while offering innovative original material. New compositions place them on the cutting edge of multiple, blended genres, stretching the boundaries of folk, blues, world, jazz and beyond.
Michael Gilbert Ronstadt
Cello Master Singer Songwriter from Cincinatti, OH
For two decades, Michael G. Ronstadt has entertained audiences throughout North America on cello, guitar and voice. An exceptional musician-composer conversant with a wide range of styles, he not only executes captivating solo performances, but participates regularly in duo and trio situations with a diverse camp of young, innovative musician-songwriters including Lisa Biales, Serenity Fisher and David Trotta. His versatile talents have been tapped for concert and studio work by such artists as David Bromberg, Linda Ronstadt, Muriel Anderson and Craig Bickhardt.
Peter Dalton Ronstadt
Tucson Roots and Americana from Tucson, AZ
Peter is a regular member of Ronstadt Generations Y Los Tucsonenses where he performs his own music as well as the music of his family and his heritage. He also performes solo and in the past with The Goodbye Kiss, Doyle Brunson, and Alan Smithee among others.
Soul and R&B from Tucson, AZ
A collection of Tucson's own hard working musicians, this 12-piece ensemble is a 'Review' like you've never heard. Every song they visit is portrayed with the heart and soul of the original with an added modern touch. The Socials feature diverse talent from Tucson including Sam Eagon (bass), Aaron Emery (drums), Rich Katz (keys), Alex Flores (vocals and tenor sax), Mike Blommer (vocals and guitar), Genevieve Gause (vocals), Rebecca Carlson (vocals), Charlie Hall (vocal), Eric Hines (percussion), Kevin Schumaker (bari sax), Salvador Lopez (trombone), Rick Peron (trumpet).