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'It's hot down in Texas," as Taos' own Michael Hearne likes to sing in his virtual state theme song "New Mexico Rain," but it's a sentiment that was also expressed by outlaw country … more
Every band that's been around for a while evolves. It's just what happens, especially when their audience begins to gel. That's the case with two local outfits that Taoseños … more
Luke Redfield's first songs were rap-based lyrics he wrote when he was 8 or 9 years old. But Redfield comes from a musical family where his father, uncles and grandfather are all musicians. So, it … more
The self-described long and winding musical journey of two high-energy Houston brothers, Taylor and Blake Powell, bring them back to New Mexico this week, a place where both say … more
Max Gomez grew up in Taos and has stayed connected to his roots even while he's reaching for the stars. A singer-songwriter in the Americana style, Gomez has recorded two CDs and has played and toured … more
Jerry Joseph has headed up a few bands over his 30-year career. These include Little Women and Stockholm Syndrome (with guitarist and good friend Eric McFadden) as well his current band, Jerry Joseph … more
"How do you say 'Acoustic Southwestern Americana Musical Guitar Genius' in just two words? Michael Hearne, that's how," said his biography in answering its own question. Honestly, … more
His first paid gig was at the Riverside Lounge in Benson, Arizona where he played guitar with a fiddle band. And, he was 25 when he wrote a song he finally felt comfortable playing out in public. … more
The ride may take you through some disheartening sights. Traveling east from Taos to Cimarrón, New Mexico along U.S. 64 you'll probably see some of the devastation from the … more
In keeping with tradition, Michael Hearne has announced yet another stellar artist lineup for his 16th annual Big Barn Dance Music Festival at Kit Carson Park in Taos. more
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