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Drawing on influences from Bob Dylan and Parliament Funkadelic to Chicago R&B, the Chris Robinson Brotherhood released an album, “Anyway You Love, We Know How You Feel,” and its companion EP, “If You Lived Here You Would be Home by Now,” at the middle and end of 2016, respectively. If you like jam bands, potent lyrics and a laid-back vibe, you’re in for a treat. more
There’s a way you can be part of a global movement that is positive and looking to shed light on dark problems. You don’t have to go door to door with a clipboard, make phone calls or walk up to busy people on the street. You can throw your head back and sing a positive song. more
Mardi Gras is still a few weeks away, but Roots and Wings Community School is offering an opportunity to put on a festive mask and dance for a good cause at the school’s “Winter Masquerade Ball” fundraiser. The gala benefit is planned Saturday (Feb. 11), 4-8 p.m., at Taos Mesa Brewing, 20 ABC Mesa Road, off U.S. 64 west. more
The world celebrates the man and his music decades after his death. Robert Nesta Marley, or Bob Marley, the king of reggae music, would have been 72 on his birthday, which was Monday (Feb. 6). more
Taos Chamber Music Group (TCMG) celebrates the 80th birthday of Philip Glass with a concert featuring his music. Glass turned 80 on Jan. 31. more
During his lifetime, Franz Schubert’s friends in Vienna often hosted parties in their homes that featured performances of Schubert’s songs and chamber music. These events became known as “Schubertiads,” and they have continued to this day. more
Taos Soundscapes presents a concert experience Sunday (Jan. 29), 4 p.m., featuring two guest performers, Kim Bakkum and Brent Williams. Selections for the performance are Felix Mendelssohn’s “Piano Trio in D Minor, Op. 49” and “Dvorak ‘Dumky’ Piano Trio in E Minor, Op. 90.” more
Many musicians can recall the moment they first heard the sound that inspired their musical vocation — some special alchemy of player and genre and instrument that made them say, “That’s for me.” more
Last December, rumors were flying about a massive protest concert, “We the People,” being organized in Florida to rival Trump’s inauguration. Meanwhile, a local event inspired by the “We the People” concert concept will take place here in … more
Famous for her striking blue eyes and her melodic, soaring voice, Judy Collins is well known for her powerful interpretations of songs such as Joni Mitchell’s “Both Sides Now” and Stephen Sondheim’s “Send in the Clowns.” The first was … more
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