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If you ask some of the dancers from around here, they’ll tell you Taos does two-stepping a little bit differently than in other parts of the country. It’s not the same as they do it in Texas. It’s not the same as they do it in Colorado. … 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
This year marks the 20th anniversary of Roots and Wires, Taos’ beloved concert and local radio show producer. 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
Our dearly departed are still with us — so it’s only fitting that we honor them with a rocking good time. Taos Mesa Brewing is hosting its annual “Honoring of the Dead” celebration on Friday (Nov. 4). Festivities begin at 7 p.m. and … more
Life Support is back. The band of teenagers never officially split, but since three of its members left town to attend college, the group has been on hiatus. This Wednesday (Jan. 11), from 7-10 p.m., the band reunites to perform everything from … more
Violinist Laurie Carney is no stranger to Taos, having performed here many times as a member of the world-renowned American String Quartet. Following last year’s concerts by the American String Quartet on the Taos Chamber Music Group’s series, … more
The third annual Music on the Mesa Festival is happening June 2-4 at the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership, 20 ABC Mesa Road, off U.S. 64 west. The show's first announcement states the line-up will include the wildly popular band Elephant Revival on June … 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
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
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