Friday, December 31, 2010

January Jam at JJ's


As you dust off your heavy winter coat, your wool socks and put on several layers of shirts and sweaters as you prepare to head to Flagstaff to ring in the New Year with Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers, we wonder: doesn't drinking a Mexican Moonshine margarita while watching the sun dip into Cholla Bay sound awfully good right about now?

We think so too!!

It's time to return to everyone's favorite second home, that Third World cantina on the beach next to the Sea of Cortez. It's the fourth annual January Jam at JJ's Cantina in Puerto Peñasco, Mexico on January 29.

Tickets go on sale Sunday!!!

The annual January Jam at JJ's has become one of the most anticipated RCPM concerts of the year. This is a chance for fans to see Roger, PH, Jim and Nick in an intimate and unique concert setting in the place that served as inspiration for many of Roger's most beloved songs.

This show WILL sell out. It has sold out early every year and there have not been any tickets available at the door. In other words, if you want to go, don't delay in getting your tickets!

Let's go down together Peacemakers to eat fish tacos, let our cups overflow under the glow of Mexican Moonshine and rock out to RCPM at JJ's Cantina!

Here's to life!

Thursday, December 30, 2010

Roger meet-and-greets in Tucson and Flagstaff

Before the shows Thursday and Friday night, fans will have the opportunity to shake hands with Roger and say 'Hola!'

Roger will be at El Charro, 311 N Court Ave, just down the street from the Rialto from 7:15p to 8:15p on Thursday in Tucson.

Friday, he'll be at the San Felipe Cantina, 103 N Leroux St. in Flagstaff, from 7:30p to 8:30p.

Stop by before the show, grab a drink, say hi to Señor Clyne and tell him to 'break a leg' that night on stage.

Gracias, Peacemakers! We'll see you there!

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Hello New Year!

Hello New Year!

In New York they'll be watching the ball drop. But in Arizona, fans will raise their glasses, watch the clock turn counterclockwise and ring in the new year with two nights of high octane rock-n-roll from Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers.

Get ready to sing Auld Lang Syne and take a cup o' Mexican Moonshine as RCPM gets the New Year's festivities started a night early on Dec. 30 in Tucson before officially ringing in the new year the next night in Flagstaff.

If you still want to ride the Mexican Moonshine Express and let someone else do the driving on Friday, there are a few seats left! Get yours now at , before they're gone!

If you already have your seat reserved, here are a few important points you need to remember:

*Wristbands will be handed out Friday after 4 p.m. at Four Peaks Tempe. The bus will leave the restaurant at 5 p.m. sharp! At Four Peaks Scottsdale, wristbands will be handed out at 5:20 p.m. when the bus arrives.

If you want to make sure you're not late and don't miss the bus, we encourage you to get to Four Peaks early. Happy hour prices start at 3 p.m.!

* The bus will drop off and pick up at San Felipe Cantina (where Mexican Moonshine will be flowing!) in Flagstaff, about one block from The Orpheum.

*On the way back home after the show, the party doesn't end! Four Peaks beer will be poured along with contest winner Bill Davis’ margaritas. Food will also be provided. Feel free to bring anything else you’d like such as snacks, water, light beer, etc. Please no glass containers.

*Unless you are contest winner Bill Davis, tickets to the show are NOT included with your bus wristband.

As many of you know, a storm is forecasted to roll through Flagstaff this week but should be done by Friday. The bus has chains if needed and is equipped for snow/ice, but we're remaining optimistic the storm will be over by Friday night. Still, if you're one of those Arizona residents who thinks 50 degrees is cold, you may want to heavily consider bringing a winter coat.

Get ready to two great nights of rock, and take a trip on the Mexican Moonshine Express to ring in the new year with Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers in Flagstaff!

Thursday, December 23, 2010

A letter from Señor Clyne

Dear Happy and Important Person,

The more seasons I am privileged to enjoy, the more aware I become of how true the wise old maxim “time flies” really is.
This entire year, especially this Holy Day season, has hurried by me. Tomorrow has become yesterday so quickly, it seems that time has added rockets to its wings. At least I’ve found I’m not alone. Everyone around me, young and less young alike, is reeling from the rush.

I’ve been planning to write you a letter for some time now, but between perfecting procrastination and actually trying to be productive, that goal through the hourglass. So, I’ll try to keep this brief.

The main reason for my writing you is to express my gratitude for your attention. Your time is precious. It’s something we all literally “spend.”

I believe it is a fundamental human desire that we all want our time on earth, our actions, our existence, to have meaning.
Remember this question:
“If a tree falls in the forest, and no-one is there to hear it, does it make a sound?”
I answer with a simple, “yes.” (Why would we be so presumptuous as to insist nothing can exist without our observation?)

So then, if a rock band plays on a stage and no one is there to listen, does it make sound? Yes it does. I know. The question that follows, for me, is, “so what?” Does that sound have any meaning? (Does it have purpose or value?)

The simple act of observation is participatory. Once you’re participating, you’re co-creating. And I believe creation has meaning. We don’t always know what that meaning is in the “grand scheme of things,” but with a little intent, we can make our creation DO something; we can direct it. If all that our creation does is to make someone happier in some way, not necessarily for a lifetime, but even for a moment here and there… that is time well spent. It has meaning.

So if a rock band plays on a stage and no one is there to listen, does the music have meaning? If you’re there, the answer is “yes.” If you’ve spent any time with RCPM this year, whether through video, sound recordings, or being at our live shows, I thank you for your time, for your attention. You lend us our purpose, our value, our meaning. That’s what artists, what all humans, I believe, really desire. Gracias.

Time flies. Let it. We can’t stop it, after all. But by participating, by doing something together, we assure that what time leaves in its wake will have some meaning, some significance, even some beauty.
(So much for brevity!)

Peace be with you,

Yes! RCPM will release a new album in early 2011.
Yes! The January Jam at JJ’s is a GO! (1/29/11).
Yes! I will take my favorite bartender’s advice and experiment with champagne and orange juice in order to create the Mexican Moonshine Mimosa by Christmas!

Monday, December 20, 2010

Tres Contests

It's been quite a year for RCPM...their first ever UK tour, the best Circus Mexicus ever, another rockin' Labor Day weekend in Vegas....and there's no letting up now!

RCPM are going to end the year firing on all cylinders with several shows and events. And we want YOU to be a part of them!

On Wednesday, Roger will be at Rocky Point Cantina, 1001 E 8th St, Tempe, to sign bottles of Mexican Moonshine, which can be purchased at the cantina. Also that day, we will be collecting shoes, socks and other clothing items for the Valley of the Sun United Way to help the homeless in Maricopa County.

On Dec. 30, all roads lead back to Tucson where RCPM will get the NYE's festivities started a night early by rocking The Rialto. The Tucson Community Food Bank will also be at the show that night collecting non-perishable food and cash donations.

Want to win a pair of tickets to the show?

We want you to create a RCPM-themed Holiday Card! Let your inner-Hallmark shine as you put together a card that is distinctly RCPM. Post your entry on our Facebook wall. The deadline is Dec. 28.

On Dec. 31, help us countdown the seconds and say Hello New Year as you ring in 2011 with RCPM in Flagstaff at the Orpheum.

You can win a pair of tickets to this show by coming up with the 12 Days of RCPM Christmas! For example:

On the first day of RCPM Christmas my true love gave to me, Roger singing under a palm tree
Two PH drum sticks
Three shots of Mexican Moonshine

The deadline for this contest is also Dec. 28.

But wait, there's more!

If you don't live in Flagstaff but still want to go to the show, you can get a seat on the Mexican Moonshine Express! Two buses will be leaving Tempe and Scottsdale and not only taking fans to the show, but feeding them and giving them drinks as well! You can find more details here,

We also are giving away two seats to ride the MM Express. This prize also includes two tickets to the show!

We want you to tell us what the best Mexican Moonshine margarita recipe is! We want you to post your margarita entry on our Mexican Moonshine Facebook wall. Entries must be submitted by Dec. 27. We will then pick a winner, even if it means making the recipes ourselves and sampling them. When it comes to contests, we are very dedicated.

In addition to bus and show tickets, the winner will also have their margarita recipe mixed and served on the bus!

Many exciting things happening between now and the end of the year Peacemakers. Get ready to rock in the New Year with Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers.


Friday, December 17, 2010

Tucson show and food drive 12/30

All roads lead back to Tucson Dec. 30 where Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers will get the New Year's Eve fiestas started a night early with a high-octane performance at the Rialto Theater.

The Tucson Community Food Bank will also be at the show that night collecting non-perishable food and cash donations. Help make the holidays a little brighter for those less fortunate by making a donation. Every time you give away a dollar or two, you never know when you might find three more on the way.

Peacemaker fans are some of the most generous on the planet. We are continually amazed and grateful at how many times the Peacemaker community has come through and exceeded everyone's expectations. We couldn't do it without you!

Get your tickets now to see RCPM rock The Rialto, 318 E. Congress, on Dec. 30 and make a donation to the Tucson Community Food Bank. RCPM returns to Tucson! Get your tickets today!

Gracias all!

Thursday, December 16, 2010

RC at RP Cantinia 12/22

Peacemakers, let your hearts and your cups overflow this holiday season.

On Wednesday, Dec. 22, Roger will be at Rocky Point Cantina, 1001 E. 8th St. in Tempe signing bottles for sale of his Mexican Moonshine Reposado Tequila at 5:30pm.

You’ll also have the chance to give away what you want to receive for the holidays. Roger will be collecting warm clothes, especially shoes and socks and donating them to the Valley of the Sun United Way. Currently, Valley of the Sun United Way via their Project Connect campaign is aiming to end homelessness in Maricopa County. They can use our help.

Come shake hands with Roger, have your bottle of Mexican Moonshine autographed and help those in need this Wednesday at Rocky Point Cantina, 1001 E 8th St, Tempe.

Gracias, Peacemakers!

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Mexican Moonshine Express

All aboard!

A seat on board a bus with food and drinks en route to see Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers live at The Orpheum Theatre in Flagstaff on New Years Eve is waiting for you!

It's the Mexican Moonshine Express! It's your opportunity to party with your friends, ring in the New Year with RCPM, and then let someone else be your designated driver after the show.

Grab your friends and on one of two motor coach buses (complete with restroom and TV's), beer from Four Peaks Brewery, Mexican Moonshine margaritas, a coupon for $5 off Mexican Moonshine at Tops Liquor and food from Four Peaks on the bus ride home after the concert, all for just $49!!!!

It's an incredible deal, but space is limited. This offer is open for just 100 people, first come first served. You will be allowed to bring your own food and drinks onto the bus as well. Please no glass bottles. Tickets are on sale now at Due to the nature of this package, all sales are final. There will be no refunds.

The bus passes DO NOT include tickets to the all ages concert. In order to see RCPM live at The Orpheum, you must purchase tickets separately at Also on the bill are Telescope and Tramps and Thieves.

On the day of the show, there will be two buses making two stops before heading to Flagstaff. Ticket holders can be picked up at Four Peaks Brewery in Tempe at 5 pm and Four Peaks Tap and Grill in Scottsdale at 5:20 pm. We highly encourage you to arrive at either Four Peaks early (Happy Hour prices start at 3!) to pick up your Mexican Moonshine Express wristbands. Both buses will leave Four Peaks Brewery Tempe (University and McClintock) at 5pm sharp! After a quick stop at Four Peaks Tap and Grill Scottsdale (101 and Frank Lloyd Wright) at 5:20 pm, it's full steam ahead to the historic Orpheum Theatre, just a short walk away from downtown Flagstaff's New Year's Eve celebration.

After the show, the buses will depart back to both Four Peaks 15 minutes after the final encore for a warm and safe ride home.

Don't miss this incredible opportunity to party at Four Peaks in the afternoon, get a ride to Flagstaff in comfort with food and drinks from Four Peaks, rock out to Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers and then climb back on the bus and let your designated driver for the evening get you home safely.

It's going to be an unforgettable New Year's Eve with Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers.

Don't miss it!

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Yo Naffah Naffah

He's shared the stage with the likes of Dierks Bentley, Johnny Hickman, Alice Cooper, Kid Rock and Sammy Hagar
But on Dec. 5 at the Dodge Theatre in Phoenix, RCPM's very own PH Naffah had one of his most memorable performances ever when he shared the stage with some of TV's biggest stars: Muno, Foofa, Brobee and DJ Lance.
It was an unforgettable experience for adults and children alike as PH joined the “Kia Motors Presents Yo Gabba Gabba! Live! There’s a Party in My City” tour in Phoenix.