Spirit Room


The World-Famous Spirit Room Bar features live music acts by local Arizona musicians.  Join us for select weekends:

  • Saturday/Sunday from 2 to 6
  • Friday and/or Saturday evenings
  • Thursday Night is Open Mic!

For the best music and atmosphere in Jerome AZ!

Visions of a Wizard
Apr 20 @ 9:00 pm – Apr 21 @ 12:00 am
Visions of a Wizard

Visions of a Wizard is a collective of artists telling stories though the crafts and creations of collaborating DJs, Visual artists, photographers, filmmakers, performing artists, & more. All under one umbrella. Our aim is to translate the visions to the world in order to influence imagination and inspire creativity. We provide gritty entertainment and live production, influenced by our roots in Las Vegas we bring a vibe and energy only felt in some of the top festivals and nightclubs in the world.

Stephen Ashbrook and Satellite
Apr 27 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Tickets are on sale via Stephen Ashbrook website via this link.

Please join us for a night of music with Stephen Ashbrook & the Satellites! A local favorite. Be sure to arrive early we are always packed when Stephen visits!

stephen ashbrook album artWest Coast singer/songwriter Stephen Ashbrook had access to only two records growing up (Simon & Garfunkel’s Bridge Over Troubled Water and Jesus Christ Superstar), both of which were enticing enough to send the California native on a hunt to his local library to expand his musical horizons.

Citing heroes as diverse as John Steinbeck, the Rolling Stones, and Winston Churchill, Ashbrook honed his chops amidst the fertile late-’90s Tempe, Arizona alt-rock scene, where he took home The Phoenix Tribune’s Best Acoustic Performer title in both 1998 and 2000; he even got to play for President William Jefferson Clinton, at the request of the White House.

Known for his rich baritone, smooth falsetto, and penchant for open-road heartland folk-rock in the vein of Tom Petty, the Wallflowers, and Joe Henry, he released an EP, About Last Night, in 1993, followed by a full-length eponymous studio album with his band Satellite in 1995.

His solo debut, the critically acclaimed Navigator, arrived in 1998, with Drive and American B-Sides, the latter of which featured members of the Gin Blossoms, the Pistoleros, and Dead Hot Workshop, arriving in 2001 and 2002, respectively.

Ashbrook relocated to Portland, Oregon after the arrival of the latter, releasing his first live collection, Double Live @ Long Wong’s, in 2004, and White Balloons, his sixth studio album, in 2008.