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Phoenix concerts: LIVE 101.5’s Back II School Bash! – Comerica Theatre, Aug. 14

Phoenix concerts: LIVE 101.5’s Back II School Bash! – Comerica Theatre, Aug. 14
Phoenix concerts: LIVE 101.5’s Back II School Bash! – Comerica Theatre, Aug. 14

Adding to the summer of seriously great shows in Phoenix is a multi-ticket of great R&B acts featuring Trey Songz, Baby Bash, Becky G, MAGIC!, T Mills, Jack Miller and Cris Cab.

Tickets go on sale Monday, June 30 at 10 a.m. at, and the Comerica Theater box office or charge by phone at 800-745-3000.

Ticket prices range from $28 - $48.

LIVE 101.5, your station for the biggest parties in the Valley, is going to send you back to school with a BASH! Party with LIVE 101.5 at Comerica Theatre on August 14th at LIVE 101.5’s Back II School Bash!

Here is a bit about each of the artist, courtesy of the Live Nation press release released this week:

Trey Songz
Grammy nominated artist Trey Songz is an award-winning singer-songwriter, rapper, producer and actor! Due out this summer, Trey’s sixth studio album “TRIGGA” serves as his most personal album to date. With his first single “Na Na” blazing up the chart with old school samples, he solidifies his placement as one of the best artists over the past ten years to blend the sounds of hip hop, R&B, and pop.

Baby Bash
Baby Bash cooks up feel-good hip hop peppered with classy R&B bravado, soaring pop melodies and saucy grooves. That essential Bash sound combines unique melodies to even the hardest club banger beats. "My formula is ear candy. ‘Fantasy Girl’ is quintessential Bash. It has a nationwide bounce. It's fun. I want people to enjoy the music, dance and smile." His happiness is infectious, and that feel-good vibe has made him a platinum-selling mainstay on the urban, mainstream and Latin charts.

Becky G
Ever since Becky G signed with Kemosabe, the Sony Music Entertainment record label founded by hitmaker Dr. Luke, her life has gone from zero to sixty. The17-year-old singer, songwriter, and rapper who does chores - cleans the bathroom or watches her three younger siblings - is also a Cover Girl. In addition, Becky may be found in the studio with Dr. Luke recording a song for her upcoming debut album or shooting a music video with Jennifer Lopez, who appears in the autobiographical clip for Becky’s track “Becky From The Block.”

MAGIC! has a sound that distills Caribbean flavor, arena-size bombast, and glistening melodies into an undeniably intoxicating musical potion. With no boundaries or rules recording music was easy. Their first single "Rude" coasts from a Jamaican guitar twang and danceable beat into a downright irresistible refrain. At the same time, the singer's cheeky storytelling pops out vividly. "I had this picture in my head of a guy asking a father for his marriage blessing and getting rejected," he says. "It's fun, soulful, easy, and you know the hook right away. That's what we want our songs to do."

T Mills
With his new single “All I Wanna Do” launching this summer, T Mills is ready to turn up the heat in Phoenix. Originally from Riverside, California, he began playing the guitar at age 5. His music has been described as genre-bending as he mixes singing with rapping and pop production. Mills says his genre blending music comes from different tastes in his family during his childhood. Are you following T Mills social media? His massive online following continues to grow including 50M YouTube plays, 1M Facebook Likes, nearly 500K Instagram & 300K Twitter followers!

Jake Miller
American rapper, singer, musician and songwriter Jake Miller is tearin’ up the web and breakin’ through to the mainstream with hits like “I’m Alright,” “Like Me,” “What I Wouldn’t Give,” “A Million Lives” and more! He just released his new EP, “The Road Less Traveled,” on iTunes. MTV Buzzworthy says “Jake Miller is about to blow up! Jake just released a brand-new video and we’re mildly obsessed, to say the least. Jake’s rap flow is serious.”

Cris Cab
Cris Cab was born to Cuban parents in Miami, Florida. By the age of five he begged his parents for a guitar. As he practiced and grew older, he dug through old records: The Police, Beatles, and Stones. He spent summers in the Bahamas with his family. His musical palate widened: Bob Marley, Jimmy Cliff, and Gregory Isaacs. In 2011, Cris signed a management deal. He released a series of videos, soon becoming popular on blogs from PerezHilton to Billboard. The most successful of these was a cover of Wiz Khalifa’s “Black and Yellow,” amassing 100,000 views in its first week. The dialogue between Cris and his fans grew exponentially, resulting in the well-received EP, Foreword, and its original single, “Good Girls.“

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