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Jazz saxophone players Greg Abate and Richie Cole are staging a "cutting session" Saturday (June 3), 7:30 p.m., at the Harwood Museum's Arthur Bell Auditorium, 238 Ledoux St. They are also going to pay tribute to bebop sax … more
Join your neighbors and friends and head down to Taos Plaza Thursday (June 1) to kick up your heels with the UZ Band and Chris Arellano y Nuevo Americana. The free fun starts at 6 p.m. more
From their home base of Colorado’s Front Range, The Sweet Lillies spend roughly half their time on the road touring in the Northwest, Southeast, West Coast and Southwest. They are expanding their schedule to include the Northeast and Midwest parts of the country as well. more
Taos Plaza Live gets started with the Jimmy Stadler Band today (May 25), from 6-8 p.m. The band is a perennial Taos favorite playing a mix of upbeat, danceable tunes. more
Michael Batdorf writes songs influenced by a strong sense of place. A solo artist, Batdorf also plays with One Ton Pig, which has been the house band of The Silver Dollar in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, for the past 10 years. When he isn't playing music, … more
A masquerade ball fundraiser for a new campus for the Taos Integrated School of the Arts is Saturday (May 20), 7-10 p.m., at the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership, 20 ABC Mesa Road, off U.S. 64 west. more
Taos Chamber Music Group closes its 24th season with “Transcending Time,” a multimedia program that incorporates the work of light and media artist Ethan Jackson and two young musicians, Eliana Razzino Yang, age 17, on cello and Michelle Cann, 28, on piano. more
Charm is one of those mysterious ingredients that a person either has or hasn’t. You can’t buy charm and you can’t fake it and you can’t produce it on cue. It is just an integral part of some people, and it’s charm and sparkle that get them over no matter what they’re selling. more
This weekend, one of the most highly anticipated events in Taos is making its return. We are, of course, talking about the Mother's Day Music Festival in Kit Carson Park, now in its 16th year.The free festival, compliments of LMNOC … more
Former Taos Mayor Darren Córdova once again celebrates Mother’s Day in Taos with his band, Calor, and his musical family members. This year’s concert features Córdova’s son, Darren Lee; his daughter, Dynette Marie; and his brother, Daniel, all of whom are widely recognized musicians in their own right. more
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