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The fourth annual Blues, Brews and Bikes Festival — a fundraiser for the Freedom in Music Project — gets set to raise the roof with what promises to be its best show yet. The festival takes place Friday and Saturday (June 9-10) at Taos Mesa Brewing, 20 ABC Mesa Road, off U.S. 64 west. more
For the 10th year in a row, the Taos Opera Institute (TOI) is poised to be out and about in our community, delighting audiences at restaurants, galleries, churches and private homes with 17 classical music performances by the TOI Singers and Cantos de Taos more
Sol Connection and The Neighbors dish up an easy groove and feel-good vibe for Taos Plaza Live Thursday (June 8). Come out and enjoy the free show on Taos Plaza from 6-8 p.m., courtesy of the Taos County Chamber of Commerce and local business sponsors. more
Since 2008, The Bus Tapes have been entertaining crowds with a mix of original songs and covers of everything from the Violent Femmes to Frank Sinatra. more
The organizers of Music on the Mesa like to refer to their festival affectionately by its initials — they call it “MOM.” This weekend, the third annual MOM comes home to the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership with a three-day musical feast, beginning Friday (June 2) at 4 p.m. more
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
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