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There's a lot going on this week as taos enters its first full week of spring. Here's a quick rundown of entertainment events ... more
May the luck of the Irish be with you! May you find your four-leaf clover! And, may you have enough green in your wardrobe to ward off those annoying little pinches.It's St. Patrick's Day Sunday … more
Western singer and advocate Michael Martin Murphey will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his nearly 50 years producing celebrated Western music. He will be … more
With the last few blasts of winter and St. Paddy's day blowing through Taos this week, there's a lot to do while staying warm and cozy. What follows ... more
With the weather gradually warming, the anticipation is growing for all sorts of music and entertainment possibilities in Taos ... more
Come with me on a journey back in time - imagine we are in Venice, Italy, the year is 1619, and a baby girl has just been born into the illustrious Strozzi family. We are in a moment when the city is … more
Sometimes you need a break from the usual, and that's where singer/songwriter Gregg Turner comes in. For his Saturday (March 9) show at the Ennui Gallery, Turner and his trio group are … more
Murphey is a former Taos resident who also has an interest in the Rockin' 3M Amphitheater in Red River, where during the summer months he sometimes appears during chuck wagon dinner concerts. more
Yes, Kit Carson Park will be closed for a few months, but it won't be to construct a Red Rocks-style concert venue. That's from the town of Taos Director of Facilities Mitch Miller, … more
When you visit the Harwood Museum of Art it's with the intention to immerse yourself in a collection of fine American art. But when you walk into its Arthur Bell Auditorium you don't … more
Hot jazz on a chilly winter afternoon is just what the Taos Jazz Bebop Society had in mind when it started the monthly "Jazz on Tap" concert series at the Taos Mesa Brewing … more
To hear the Celtic harp is to step back through the veils of time into an ancient world of mists and myths. The last time Lisa Lynne and Aryeh Frankfurter brought their Celtic harps to town was back … more
With her explosive mix of hip-hop, cumbia, dancehall and reggae, the Cuban singer, flautist and percussionist Yaite Ramos Rodriguez, aka La Dame Blanche, … more
Keith Grimwood and Ezra Idlet formed Trout Fishing in America in 1979 as a means of survival. As a part of the Texas-based five-piece band St. Elmo's Fire, they traveled to California to be … more
Steel guitarist Roosevelt Collier was still buzzing from the news when I spoke with him about his upcoming show in Taos. He found out the day before that the United Kingdom's Jazz FM, a digital radio … more
The program, spotlighting the talents of tenor Salman Lee and composer-pianist Claire Detels, is steeped in inspiration from the greats in this vibrant homegrown tradition. more
Randal Bays has been called "one of the finest Irish fiddlers one could ever hope to hear," by Fiddler Magazine. He lives in Seattle, Washington, and has toured and recorded in the … 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
Teatime trumpet, jazz cats and beer on tap. It used to be commonplace to have great jazz musicians play a concert in midafternoon where drummer Pete Amahl grew up on the East Coast. He recalls … more
Also a presentation of AMP Concerts, one-of-a-kind-troubadour Martin Sexton will appear live onstage today (Jan. 31), 7:30 p.m., at the Taos Community Auditorium, 145 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. Tickets … more
Winston creates pieces that paint a picture and mood. His album "Autumn," released on the Windham Hill label in 1980, was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. more
The sweet sounds of Colorado's popular bluegrass Americana band, Trout Steak Revival, is coming back to town Friday (Feb. 1).They'll be shaking up locals out of the midwinter … more
To participate, you are invited to come out to the ale house and make your own sock puppet. Then, stand behind a curtain and help your puppet sing your favorite song. more
Claire Detels fondly remembers visiting the Viennese home of composer Franz Schubert (1797-1828) in his birthday month of January. It was snowing in the old Austrian city and beautifully romantic. … more
Scottish musicians Ben Please and Beth Porter are partners in life and as the duo The Bookshop Band. They will be in town Tuesday (Jan. 29) to record a concert album called "Best of … more
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