Music
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Here's a look at some of the arts and entertainment events happening in Taos. more
One tablespoon of Cuban spice, a teaspoon of African influence, a dash of mariachi, a cup of classical training – don’t forget the flavor. The finishing result is local reggae band Iriebellion. more
At the age of 8, Adam Rael started playing the hand drum. His first performances were in the Christmas pageants at Taos Day School. Now 21, Rael has released his first album, “Blowin’ Smoke,” under his new musician persona, Simone Rael. more
Deriving inspiration from biblical stories, mythology and even guitar tuning techniques, Ray Wylie Hubbard has put together a dynamite collection of songs. more
Ah, the 1970s: bright colors, bold bell bottoms and clogs, “Saturday Night Fever” and disco balls, ABBA and David Bowie, afros and Farrah Fawcett hair, shag carpet and lava lamps, “Star Wars” and “Jaws,” VW Beetles and daisy decals. more
Michael Franti's concert in Kit Carson Park may have been canceled, but he went on with his planned 'mini performance' at a yoga class in El Monte Sagrado Living Resort & Spa today, Saturday … more
Taos is uniquely poised as a multicultural hub, one where Native Americans, Hispanos and others of European descent coexist in this remote high desert valley and demonstrate to the rest of the country what it means to be American. more
A hot mix of punk, jazz, folk and ragtime, “What’s Spinning” reaches into the new and the old with RIP Tom and Jagweed. The bands both bring energy, focus and dedication to a modern sound, as well as a new take on classic hits. 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
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
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