Tag: Don Armstrong

Interview | Hanging Out with Tucson Folk Artist, Don Armstrong

Don Armstrong is a family man. Urbane in philosophies on faith, love, and life, the New York-gone-Arizona singer-songwriter has long since developed an intuition for riding the humanity tramway. Armstrong’s observations on sheer mortal grit have developed him into an affable everyman—a folk artist whose music is denoted by the same traits that he is identified with in everyday life, like consideration, wit, and good humor. His artistic reflections are as multi-faceted and welcoming as he is, having made the wait for the Tucson-favorite’s Mother, Don’t Give Up on Me Now all the more difficult.

Gallery | Papa Mike Ronstadt’s 65th Birthday Memorial Concert @ Monterey Court, Tucson

On almost every last Sunday of the month throughout the year, you will find P.D. Ronstadt & the Company bringing their southwestern blend of blues, folk, and rock to Tucson’s Monterey Court. Predating the Company was Ronstadt Generations, a band…

Live | TKMA’s First Annual Acoustic Lottery – Tucson, AZ

Some of the most notable contributions to contemporary music come from instances of unexpected collaboration. This much has surely been true longer than history could ever hope to record. Although, some contemporary examples might just include David Bowie and Bing Crosby…