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When songwriter Tish Hinojosa penned the words to her local favorite song, “Taos to Tennessee,” she was in her 20s, living in Taos, working a seasonal job in Red River by day and playing her guitar by night at the Sagebrush Inn. more
Michael Martin Murphey is a multiple Grammy Award nominee and an inductee into the Western Music Hall of Fame. If you have not seen this American music legend in person, now is your chance. more
World-renowned flutist Claire Chase brings her cutting-edge approach to musical performance to Taos this January. The 39-year-old musician has premiered hundreds of new flute works in the Americas, … more
Here is a sampling of arts entertainment activities in an around Taos. more
With a voice of focused intensity and pure tone, a rootsy folk-rock vibe and a Latin-Southwest sensibility, bilingual singer-songwriter Lara Manzanares’ debut original album, “Land Baby,” weaves a tapestry of geographical, emotional and cultural landscapes ... more
Old Martínez Hall was a sanctuary for the local music community back in the day. You couldn’t help but move to the music. With a room full of dancers, the floor shook so hard it undulated, recalled David Garver, lead singer for The Bohiems, a 1980s Taos band. more
There’s a big show brewing this weekend at Old Martina’s Hall in Ranchos de Taos. Local music impresario and rap artist Tarynce Hise (T-Mula) has put together an impressive lineup of hip-hop artists for what he hopes will become an annual event. more
There is a strong tradition of Northern New Mexican Spanish music that reaches back centuries. Some Taos musicians keep that music alive and blend it with the modern sounds of country, classic rock and roll and other music. This week’s Taos Plaza Live line-up features some of these musicians. more
This week, we take a break from earth music and take to the stars with rock ’n’ roll as ‘What’s Spinning’ explores two short albums made with the upmost care and musical talent put in behind them. more
Music has the power to effect change – inner change and social change. The lineup for this Saturday’s San Geronimo Day (Sept. 30) concert in Kit Carson Park is proof. All the artists who take the stage use music as a means to touch hearts and inspire minds to create a better world. more
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