Live at Grayhawk, featuring live performances by Vinyl Station along with drink and appetizer specials, returns to the patio at Grayhawk Golf Club’s Quill Creek Café Wednesday evenings through November 25 from 5 to 8:30 p.m.

“We are looking forward to another season of Live at Grayhawk,” says Brian Bevard, director of operations for Grayhawk Golf Club. “We’re excited to have Vinyl Station back in the mix.”

Formed in 2010 in Phoenix with their first full length album, The Evening Sin, debuting in 2012, Vinyl Station is an Indie rock band made up of Matthew Thornton (vocals, guitars), Brendon Cottrell (guitars, vocals), Alex Kyhn (bass guitar), and Roy Cameron (drums).

Live at Grayhawk runs through the fall, adjourns during winter months, and returns in the spring. Seating is first-come, first-served on Grayhawk Golf Club’s Quill Creek Café patio. It’s highly recommended to arrive early for the best options.

Grayhawk Golf Club, located in north Scottsdale, is widely considered to be one of the state’s top daily-fee golf venues offering 36 holes of exceptional golf in a spectacular Sonoran Desert setting. Since opening in 1994, Grayhawk has been honored with industry accolades including “Top 100 You Can Play in the U.S.” by Golf Magazine and “Top 10 in the State You Can Play” by Golf Digest.

In addition, Grayhawk’s two golf courses – Talon and Raptor – have hosted several premier competitive golf tournaments. Most recently, Grayhawk was selected to host the NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Golf Championships from 2020 to 2022 along with hosting the Open, a PGA TOUR event contest at Grayhawk 2007-2009. Other notable events include The Williams World Challenge, Andersen Consulting World Championship of Golf, Waste Management Phoenix Open Pro-Ams, and The Tommy Bahama Challenge. Learn more at