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When DakhaBrakha played in Taos in 2014, the group’s self-described “ethno-chaos” brought down the house. The Ukrainian band is back again thanks to Roots and Wires Presents. more
Virtuoso musician — an accurate description of Chipper Thompson by any standard — is far too narrow a term to encompass the prismatic brilliance of this writer, composer, string picker, artist and scholar. more
Mitch Miller, facilities and special events director for the town of Taos, informed Tempo over the weekend he has booked Latin rock sensations Ozomatli for a big Fourth of July party in Kit Carson … more
Violist John Graham is a featured musician for the “Middle Ground” concerts planned by the Taos Chamber Music Group (TCMG) this weekend. Graham has traveled throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, China, Taiwan, Korea and Japan as a soloist, chamber music ensemble member and teacher. more
Sugar Still is conservatory-trained violinist and vocalist Sarah Blick and singer-songwriter Charlie Cheney. The duo formed more than two years ago when Blick and Cheney met at a dive bar over a shot of Irish whiskey. more
Cris Williamson has been flying under the mainstream music radar for decades, and she has still managed to engage and hang onto her audience – even with the deck stacked against her. more
Mark Dudrow and Kate Mann have finished a self-titled album together, and they’re celebrating its release by playing at Black Mesa Winery's Taos Tasting Room Friday (Feb. 24) from 6-9 p.m. Both have been a part of t more
For those of you who have not yet heard Salman Lee in concert, now is your chance. The talented tenor is performing a full concert — together with accomplished pianist and musicologist Claire Detels — to celebrate Black History Month. more
Many Taoseños have fond ‘90s memories of dancing to Colorado’s legendary String Cheese Incident during the jam band’s frequent visits to Northern New Mexico. String Cheese Incident is still vibrantly alive and has seeded an eclectic garden of side projects over the years. Taos audiences will have a chance to sample some of that variety this weekend. more
What is sweet like honey and sounds like harmony set on fire by a Rocky Mountain sunrise? It’s a Paper Bird, a band – and it’s here to sing us something velvety smooth more
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