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From their home base of Colorado’s Front Range, The Sweet Lillies spend roughly half their time on the road touring in the Northwest, Southeast, West Coast and Southwest. They are expanding their schedule to include the Northeast and Midwest parts of the country as well. more
Taos Plaza Live gets started with the Jimmy Stadler Band today (May 25), from 6-8 p.m. The band is a perennial Taos favorite playing a mix of upbeat, danceable tunes. more
Michael Batdorf writes songs influenced by a strong sense of place. A solo artist, Batdorf also plays with One Ton Pig, which has been the house band of The Silver Dollar in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, for the past 10 years. When he isn't playing music, … more
Taos Chamber Music Group closes its 24th season with “Transcending Time,” a multimedia program that incorporates the work of light and media artist Ethan Jackson and two young musicians, Eliana Razzino Yang, age 17, on cello and Michelle Cann, 28, on piano. more
Charm is one of those mysterious ingredients that a person either has or hasn’t. You can’t buy charm and you can’t fake it and you can’t produce it on cue. It is just an integral part of some people, and it’s charm and sparkle that get them over no matter what they’re selling. more
In many ways, the concept of what a musical band is has changed over the years. When I was young, a band seemed like a spiritual and creative brother or sisterhood that the musical among us yearned for.Our examples were the … more
Three Bad Jacks will be doing a tribute to Elvis Presley Friday (May 5), 7 p.m., at Old Martina's Hall in Ranchos de Taos. It is an all-ages show. Tickets are $8 for adults, and children younger than 12 are free. more
If you like soulful funk with a twist of rock and roll, chances are you’ll appreciate The Main Squeeze. The band members are influenced by artists as diverse as Stevie Wonder, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Michael Jackson and the Grateful Dead, as well as more contemporary musicians. more
This Saturday (April 29), at 7 p.m. at the Harwood Museum of Art’s Arthur Bell Auditorium, 238 Ledoux St., the Re-Rites are giving a rarer-than-an-honest-politician performance in support of — and dedicated to — the faculty and students of Taos Youth Music School. more
Music from Angel Fire officials have announced Loretta LaMothe’s oil painting, “Summer’s Grand Finale" as the winner of the third annual program cover competition. more
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