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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
Here's a quick look at arts and entertainment in Taos and the area. more
Jumpsuit Records was created by musicians for musicians. Far from viewing its artists as mere cash-producing commodities, Jumpsuit considers them as family. This week, the label is throwing a “Jumpsuit Family Gathering,” and everyone’s invited. more
Sad cowboys, middle-aged hookers and a Jose Cuervo-shootin’ savior are just some of the topics one can find in Igor Yuzov’s music of the Red Elvises. more
For half a century, Black Uhuru has been keeping island rhythms alive as one of the most widely recognized and beloved reggae bands to come out of Jamaica. more
The “KRZA Benefest Concert” is Saturday (Sept. 23), with performances by G-Stylez; Randall Rahn; Teknicolor; The UZ Band; and Gony, Barbara and the Boyz. more
Now in its third year, the Red River Folk Festival promises to become a mainstay in the richness of Northern New Mexico’s musical festivals. This year’s lineup features James McMurtry, Shawn Mullins, Kelley Mickwee, Chuck Prophet, Jim Lauderdale, Robert Mirabal, Max Gomez and more. more
When songwriter Tish Hinojosa penned the words to her local favorite song, “Taos to Tennessee,” she was in her 20s, living in Taos, working a seasonal job in Red River by day and playing her guitar by night at the Sagebrush Inn. more
Grab your favorite instrument and head to the mountains for a weekend full of homegrown folk music. more
Folk music and Taos are well-acquainted two-step partners. The area is familiar with the genre and with upcoming duo Clay Parker and Jodi James. more
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