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Long Chain On by David Garver more
Ivy Little is enthusiastic about music and kids. She brings the two together in her weekly classes at Twirl with a joyful exuberance that is easy to catch. Little teaches a Family Music class on Tuesdays and a Friday Feelings Corner on Fridays. Both classes incorporate music, and both are now taking place at 11 a.m. online at facebook.com/twirltaos. They are designed for toddlers through elementary school children. Little also runs a group for infants and their parents which she is converting to an online format on YouTube. more
Robert Parsons formed the Swing Dusters as a dance band specializing in Western swing classics and standards from the American songbook. This January the Swing Dusters held a CD release party for their first album, "That's Your Red Wagon." One of the songs from that CD has been nominated for New Mexico Music Awards Best Cover Song. more
Jackson Price has been a fixture on the Taos music scene for more than a decade. Price came to Taos from Los Angeles, California, where he spent 15 years doing bit parts in movies, guest spots on TV shows and commercials. After playing lead guitar in a Los Angeles-based blues band called the Mighty Mojo Prophets, he decided to move his family to New Mexico. more
The Taos News and Tempo are asking that you videotape yourself doing what you do; draw a line, spin your wheel, throw paint, blow your horn, strum that guitar or banjo, make your voice or violin sing, slam that poem or read that story in progress. Post it to YouTube or TikTok and share the link with us! This is open to anyone in Taos County and the Enchanted Circle. more
Americana singer-songwriter Max Gomez spoke to Tempo recently from his home in Los Angeles about how the coronavirus pandemic has affected his life and plans. Originally from Taos, Gomez splits his time between the City of Angels and his hometown when he isn't out on the road. Gomez has been billed opposite musicians such as Shawn Mullins, James McMurtry, Buddy Miller, Jim Lauderdale, Patty Griffin and John Hiatt. more
By now, the reality of the COVID-19 pandemic has sunk in. We are in this for the long haul. This article is devoted to highlighting some of the resources that are available to musicians who have been negatively impacted by the coronavirus crisis. more
Join Americana singer-songwriter Max Gomez this coming Saturday (April 25) and Monday (April 27) as he broadcasts two special online concerts from his home to yours. Gomez grew up in Taos, but is now based in Los Angeles. He tours nationally and has been billed opposite musicians such as Shawn Mullins, James McMurtry, Buddy Miller, Jim Lauderdale, Patty Griffin and John Hiatt. more
The Taos School of Music first opened its doors to young chamber musicians in 1963. Throughout its long history, the school has never had to cancel its world-renowned summer program, held in the beautiful Taos Ski Valley. more
An entry from multi-instrumentalist Miles Bonny and vocalist Shhor. more
Like musicians everywhere, those in Taos find themselves suddenly unemployed and at home. Here's what they're doing with themselves: more
Nancy Laupheimer, Director of the Taos Chamber Music Group, offers the community this video as a bit of relief in these times: more
For five years, musicologist Claire Detels has presented a Great Women Composers concert here in Taos in celebration of March as Women's History Month. This year's sixth concert, under the auspices of Taos Soundscapes, was planned for Saturday (March 21), but has been canceled in light of efforts to contain the spread of coronavirus. It is the first time Taos Soundscapes has ever canceled a concert. more
'Music is the balm that we can turn to when the world seems to be spinning out of control: offering solace, inspiration and even exultation," said Taos Chamber Music Group director and flutist Nancy Laupheimer, in introducing the next program of TCMG's 2019-20's season. more
The sounds of traditional New Mexican string music and rich folk tunes filled Taos Community Auditorium on Saturday (Feb. 29) as community members enjoyed the Living Room Concert featuring Lone Piñon. Taos Center for the Arts launched the Living Room Concerts on Feb. 6 in hopes of highlighting emerging singer-songwriters. more
Although Eliza Gilkyson released "Calling All Angels" in 1987, the lyrics still ring true today. Gilkyson, the Austin-based folk musician, is the daughter of songwriter and fellow folk singer Terry Gilkyson. Her brother is guitarist Tony Gilkyson, who played with the legendary Los Angeles-based bands Lone Justice and X. more
Power plays, sexual politics, abuses of power, cults of personality played out for a fickle public -- it all sounds like a scene ripped from today's headlines. But George Frideric Handel's "Agrippina" premiered at the Teatro San Giovanni Crisostomo in Venice in 1709. Without changing a word, it fits right into a modern setting. more
The only challenge to hosting the Lat'in Go party at Taos Mesa Brewing, according to Jayson Wylie, is "where to fit all the dancers." He's the director of brewing operations and president at TMB, and for years he's been working with percussionist Ricky Carlini, the promoter of the event and member of the party headliner, Concepto Tambor. more
Just as the Red Willow Creek has flowed through the Taos Pueblo mountains, so centuries of artistic craftsmanship, drawn from the everyday lives and experiences of Taos Pueblo ancestors, flowed down from generation to generation. Now come the lesser-known but newest generation of young artists at Taos Pueblo, who are developing unique approaches and styles all their own. more
Here are some highlights for entertainment and arts options this week: more
The delicious smorgasbord of sound from the Magic Beans are returning to Taos Mesa Brewery Friday (Feb. 21) to funk up your night and rock your soul. more
Mardi Gras celebrations are just some of the entertainment and arts options awaiting Taoseños and visitors alike this week. Here are some highlights: more
From fun to good causes to romantic jams,, this Valentine's Day weekend is offering plenty of to partake of for Taoseños. Here are some highlights: more
Taos News reporter Jesse Moya was on the scene at the Arithmetic hip-hop show at the Mothership last Friday (Jan. 31).He caught the vibe and the beats through his lens. more
Art of Flying is one of the best kept musical secrets around, but this weekend you can discover for yourself what all the buzz that surrounds the band is about when it plays at the Ennui Gallery on Saturday night (Feb. 8) for Sarah Hart's anniversary bash. more
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