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Free Music in Marana: Notes from Neptune

  • Crossroads at Silverbell District Park 7548 North Silverbell Road Tucson, AZ, 85743 United States (map)
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Free Music in Marana

Bring your dancing shoes for a night of free music in the park! Enjoy music while lounging in a chair or on a blanket (borrow one from us if you don't have one on you) and purchase a meal from Caio Down to make your night even more fun. We are always located in the field behind the Wheeler Taft Library.

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ABOUT NOTES FROM NEPTUNE

Notes from Neptune is often described as a musical journey. The band is comprised of Scott, a nylon string guitarist and Thomas, a saxophonist. Both have amazing vocals. Their performances are a combination of a mellow acoustic groove combined with Thomas’ gritty, soulful vocals. Throw in the cool jazz feel of Thomas’ saxophone and their great vocal harmonies and you have a very unique, engaging musical act.  Fans of theirs have described them as “genuine, soulful, joyful, and classy.”

Their set list is a versatile one. They will take you back in time with classic rock covers of Pink Floyd and The Doors, and they bring out the Motown soul in you with Bill Withers and James Brown. They like to go modern with a little John Mayer and Gnarls Barkley and even swing the jazz a bit with their impression of Michael Buble and Louie Armstrong. Then there are their originals. With Thomas’ saxophone they can easily transition from 1980’s pop to 60’s and 70’s R&B to cool jazz, while their tight vocal harmonies can breathe new life into familiar favorites. Some songs will get your toes tapping, while others will soothe the soul.

Both Scott and Thomas are phenomenal musicians having each played for over 20 years. They started this trip together a little over a year ago and see a bright future ahead!

Earlier Event: September 2
Guided Hike of the Tortolitas