The Raven Café was conceptualized and designed around the idea of presenting innovative music in a relaxed community atmosphere.

We feature local and national artists, focusing on musicians with a personalized individual musical style.

Bands play every Friday and Saturday from 7pm to 10pm

For booking inquiries please contact Newt at

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*We will no longer have music on Thursday evenings, please stay tuned for new Thursday night programming*

April 2018


Friday April 6th @ 7pm

Cross Eyed Possum

The Cross-Eyed Possum is an Arizona based band that plays original blues rock, acoustic, and jazz music.

Saturday April 7th @ 7pm

Sugar and the Mint

Sugar & the Mint got their start (as a band) with The Sharlot Hall Museum in Prescott, Arizona in February 2011.  Students were, initially, chosen by audition and formed as a youth cultural music conservatory group.  In 2014, Sugar and the Mint (Generation) parted ways with Sharlot Hall Museum, (after the program lost funding) and ventured out on its own.  They have since become a professional and dynamic young musical group.  They play a blend of new old-time, contemporary bluegrass and indie-folk music.

Friday April 13th @ 7pm

DJ Revival


Saturday April 14th @ 7pm

Lucky Losers

The Lucky Losers were born in the summer of 2013 on a deserted road in Sedona, Arizona. With a Willie Dixon song on the stereo, Cathy Lemons and Phil Berkowitz spontaneously began to sing together and felt a spark of magic. So it was, that two seasoned blues musicians came together to begin a new adventure, inspired by the vanishing art of duet singing.

Friday April 20th @ 7pm

Missy Andersen

Missy likens her musical approach to Soul dipped in Blues. While you wrap your head around that description, consider the early influence of her parent’s extensive record collection of soul, R&B, blues, jazz and gospel. Her mother fanned Missy’s interest in singing early by entering her in a children’s talent contest and practicing with her after school. Missy started singing and performing at six, and particularly loved listening to songs that told stories like those by Gladys Knight, Aretha Franklin, James Brown, The Staples Singers and Teddy Prendergrass.

Saturday April 21st @ 7pm

Walt Richardson Band

“I am a soul, living out and enjoying life as a songwriting, storytelling, and performing musician. At best to describe my music is to say it is derives from my own spin of Folk, Rock, Reggae, and added African and Latin influences. ” 

Friday April 27th @ 7pm

Cadillac Angels


Their style was born out of the American country heartland, true Rock and Roll.