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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
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
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
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
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
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
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
This year marks the 20th anniversary of Roots and Wires, Taos’ beloved concert and local radio show producer. 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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