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In Slavic mythology, Kikimora is a feminine house spirit. According to Wikipedia, Kikimora lives behind the stove or in the cellar and makes noises that sound like a hungry mouse. When a home is kept tidy, Kikimora watches over the chickens and housework. Otherwise, she is a menace: breaking dishes, whistling and making other nightly noises. more
Andreas Kapsalis, the talented 10-finger tapping guitarist, is returning to town with his latest music. He is touring with his live album, which was recorded at Chicago’s Old Town School of Folk Music. more
Bill Hearne has been a part of the local country music scene for decades. Gliding through our collective honky-tonk memories are two-step dancers circling the floor and falling in and out of love like cycles of the moon. more
This year’s St. Patrick’s Day celebration at the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership will not be the usual salute to corned beef and cabbage, green-tinted beer and mournful Irish melodies. more
Bob Andrews is not a contrived hipster with a direction dialed into a particular period of nostalgia, and he isn’t seriously invested in playing meticulous and academic renderings of pop tunes of bygone eras. He decides how far and how deep to reach into his extensive repertoire. It all depends on who is listening. more
Music from Ireland, Sweden and the Balkans meet when musicians Beth Gadbaw, Sandra Wong and Roger Landes get together to play. more
There is probably no better way to express your love of a place than the joy of writing a song about it. To have that song well received by the people who live there is icing on the cake. more
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
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