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The town of Taos is in the holiday spirit. Gathering together four of Taos’ finest musicians, the town is gifting Taoseños with a free concert that celebrates Taos’ cultural diversity. “Home for the Holidays” features Robert Mirabal, … more
By popular demand, the town of Taos has added a matinee performance for the “Home for the Holidays” concert Dec. 17. The matinee will be at 2 p.m. The evening performance begins at 6 p.m. Both shows will feature performances by Michael … more
For a quarter of a century, Robert Mirabal has been sharing his music and spirit with the people of Taos for the winter holidays. This year marks the 25th annual Robert Mirabal holiday performance. The show takes place Friday (Dec. 16), 7 p.m., at … more
For more than 15 years the Grammy-nominated, saxophonist, flutist and composer Greg Abate has been making his way from his home in Rhode Island to Taos to perform. The jazz musician is back again with friends John Rangel on piano, Andy Zadrozny on … more
Once he gets going, he don’t stop. Wayne “The Train” Hancock says he plans to play until “the wheels fall off.” He has a tattoo that says, “Play ‘til you Die.” A typical night for his band is a two-and-a-half- to three-hour set … more
This year, the Millicent Rogers Museum celebrates its 60th anniversary, and is “taking this opportunity to showcase the finest pieces in the museum’s collection by developing a robust calendar of events and exhibitions,” an announcement reads. … more
Universal Sigh never play the same set list twice. It’s the band’s way of making sure their audiences experience a unique concert every time they come out to a show. Based in Athens, Ga., Universal Sigh combines elements of progressive rock, … more
The 2016 Taos Holiday Season officially kicks off with the annual lighting of the town Christmas Tree during the 30th annual Yuletide Caroling and Tree Lighting on Friday (Dec. 2), 4-6 p.m., at the Historic Taos Plaza. The event is a fun occasion … more
When “Bye Bye Birdie” first opened on Broadway in April, 1960, audiences expecting a romantic musical comedy with catchy tunes were delighted to find all of that and more. The songs and dance numbers are legendary; but the show also offers … more
Driving and passionate, Josh Buckley’s music aims straight for the heart. From 2005 to 2012, he was the frontman for a Boston band called the Gilded Splinters. In 2011, the band moved to Austin, Texas and Buckley started playing solo and with … more
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