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Head over to downtown Arroyo Seco to hear Marcia Ball perform live Thursday (Aug. 10) on the outdoor stage at the Scott Carlson Pottery Gallery in Arroyo Seco. The concert starts at 6 p.m. and is brought to you by Seco Live. more
This week's Taos Plaza Live show pairs up one of Taos’ tried and true original bands with a new-to-town singer-songwriter who makes his Taos Plaza Live debut this year. more
With a lush and expressive style, musicians Laura Metcalf and Rupert Boyd combine cello and guitar with a repertoire that spans baroque through contemporary music. more
Get ready to get down with The Damn Band tonight (Aug. 3) at Taos Plaza Live. The free weekly summer concert series, which takes place from 6-8 p.m., will feature one of our town’s favorite bands – and with reason. The group consistently delivers a really good time. more
Cha Wa is the featured entertainment for the weekly Movies on the Green event sponsored by the Town of Taos, and thanks to Roots & Wires Presents. Music is set to begin at 7 p.m., followed by a screening of of the Disney/Pixar animated family film, “Monsters, Inc.” more
Music in the park [Photo gallery]
Even though a lot of folks had a disposable rain poncho stuffed in their back pockets, the weather turned out perfect for a high energy concert by Dwight Yoakam, The Mavericks and The Last Bandoleros … more
Here in Taos, the arts are everywhere: visual, musical, performance and otherwise. The arts enrich our everyday lives, serve as an outlet for creative expression and encourage contemplation and renewal. more
There’s a big show brewing this weekend at Old Martina’s Hall in Ranchos de Taos. Local music impresario and rap artist Tarynce Hise (T-Mula) has put together an impressive lineup of hip-hop artists for what he hopes will become an annual event. more
Last week, Taos Plaza Live took a hiatus while the Fiestas de Taos were celebrated with a 2017 theme of “Dios, Familia, Amigos y Comunidad” (”God, Family, Friends and Community”). Tonight (July 27), the summer concert series resumes its weekly Taos Plaza performance with an early show by touring band Sugar Still, followed by a set by Taos band Last to Know. more
It’s called “The Prayer Supply Tour,” a title Native American hip-hop artist Wake Self explains by saying, “We just want to be bring love, laughter, inspiration, healing and connect with our audiences. The type of vibe we’re giving is just for people to enjoy themselves and feel uplifted.” more
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