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While you might not know the man, you know his legacy. Often credited with the invention of the solid body electric guitar, the late Leo Fender’s influence on the world stretches far beyond his world-famous Fender guitar brand and the sound of rock and roll. more
At the age of 8, Adam Rael started playing the hand drum. His first performances were in the Christmas pageants at Taos Day School. Now 21, Rael has released his first album, “Blowin’ Smoke,” under his new musician persona, Simone Rael. more
This week, we take a look at a variety of sounds from near and far in What’s Spinning. From South African folk-punk to American musical mastery, both of these albums will have you digging through the artists’ discography and awaiting their next release. more
This week's Taos Plaza Live show pairs up one of Taos’ tried and true original bands with a new-to-town singer-songwriter who makes his Taos Plaza Live debut this year. more
Head over to downtown Arroyo Seco to hear Marcia Ball perform live Thursday (Aug. 10) on the outdoor stage at the Scott Carlson Pottery Gallery in Arroyo Seco. The concert starts at 6 p.m. and is brought to you by Seco Live. more
The Wallflowers will be performing Friday (July 28) at Taos Mesa Brewing. Country music superstar Dwight Yoakam, The Mavericks and The Last Bandoleros will perform Saturday (July 29) at Kit Carson Park. Then, Los Lonely Boys return to Taos Tuesday (Aug. 1) at the KTAOS Solar Center. more
Jumpsuit Records was created by musicians for musicians. Far from viewing its artists as mere cash-producing commodities, Jumpsuit considers them as family. This week, the label is throwing a “Jumpsuit Family Gathering,” and everyone’s invited. more
It’s called “The Prayer Supply Tour,” a title Native American hip-hop artist Wake Self explains by saying, “We just want to be bring love, laughter, inspiration, healing and connect with our audiences. The type of vibe we’re giving is just for people to enjoy themselves and feel uplifted.” more
To compare Matt Pless to a modern-day Bob Dylan is not only cliche, but lacks so many elements Dylan did not have. Dylan may have been the voice of a generation, but he could never have rocked a better pair of bell bottoms than Pless. In addition, Dylan’s hair would have laid down flat after listening to one album of Pless’ charged blend of folk, punk rock and acoustic sing-along music. more
Here's a quick look at arts and entertainment in Taos and the area. more
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