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Happy 75th Birthday, Linda Ronstadt!

Happy birthday to Tucson legend Linda Ronstadt! Check out these items from the library that feature her story and her voice!

Dancing in the Streets

Stories, songs, and sounds of summer, that's what Motown brings to mind.

Joni Mitchell's Blue turns 50!

Mitchell's album was released on June 22, 1971. It's still considered one of the greatest albums. Explore Joni's contributions to music.

Rock, roll, move, groove

Sinaead O'Connor is has released a new memoir. Why not ready other memoirs by musicians?

Global Arts Showcase: Asian American music, culture, & dance

Watch now! Global Arts Showcase celebrates the diverse communities, cultures, and people that make Southern Arizona special.

Music time!

In celebration of Pride Month, turn up the music and listen to some classic albums by LGBTQ+ musicians and allies.

Watch the AAPI Heritage Concert!

Musicians from different cultures performed in celebration of Asian American Pacific Islander heritage and support of solidarity.

The stardom of Judy Garland

Judy Garland playing Carnegie Hall is often called, "the greatest night in showbiz history." Let's mark the occasion.

10 Jazz films to watch with your Kanopy credits

April is Jazz Appreciation Month, and Kanopy does not disappoint. Use your precious 10 credits on these films to appreciate Jazz.

Did you miss the Global Arts Spotlight? Watch it now!

Watch Fadi Iskandar, a master violinist from Syria, & explore the tantalizing world of Middle Eastern food, in this celebration of cultures.

These ladies ROCK!

March is Women's History Month. Why not mark the occasion by watching some concerts by female artists? We've got lots on Qello!

Books that rock

I'm loving "Daisy Jones and the Six," so here are books that involve music—bands, mixed tapes, concerts. Books + music, they go together.

Mardi Gras and New Orleans Fun

Mardi Gras is February 16th! Here is a list of some Mardi Gras and New Orleans history, music, fiction, and some mysteries to pass the time!

Musicians and Composers During the Harlem Renaissance

The Harlem Renaissance gave artists pride in & control over how their experience-the Black experience-was represented in American culture.

Performers and Entertainers During the Harlem Renaissance

The Harlem Renaissance was a golden age for African American and Black artists, writers, and musicians.

Let's go back in time to the 1970's

I've been feeling nostalgic for my childhood lately, kinda like I'd just like to go back to the 1970's and stay there.
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