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Muddy and rocky as the Guadalupe River, the Midnight River Choir will once again bring its stream of music to Red River. more
Leonard Kasza said he taught himself how to play music. Born and raised on the southeastern front range of Colorado, he played mandolin, dobro and pedal steel guitar. In 1998, Kasza decided to stick to the steel guitar. more
What do you get when you mix the guitar-slayer from George Clinton’s P-Funk with Fishbone’s frontman on saxophone and a singing, dancing queen of pink and punk? Answer: Tasty Face. more
David Garver will be giving a rare concert with his original Bones of Romeo cohort, world-renowned “cosmic cellist” Michael Kott. Vickie Ford will guest on piano. more
Max Gomez plays a concert in Taos every year around Christmas and visits his extended family and friends scattered around the area. This year, he’s on tour promoting his new album titled, “Me and Joe.” more
It’s easy to be taken back by nostalgia in today’s world. However, these two albums take the listener back to a simpler time and remind us that music was, is, and always will be, there to comfort us through thick and thin. more
Two of Taos’ favorite musical performers — a legendary keyboardist, and a powerhouse vocalist — are getting into the holiday spirit Friday (Dec. 22), when KTAOS presents “Bob Andrews and Mina Tank’s Holiday Party.” more
Electronic and hip-hop artists from around the Southwest are bringing their underground vibes to Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership Friday night (Dec. 22). The venue will be transformed into a full-on art installation for “Welcome to Winter Solstice,” an evening concert and multimedia show. more
Michael Martin Murphey is a multiple Grammy Award nominee and an inductee into the Western Music Hall of Fame. If you have not seen this American music legend in person, now is your chance. more
Cozy up with friends to celebrate the winter solstice in Celtic style with Anam Cara, a five-member Taos-based band. Anam Cara (which translates as “Soul Friend” in Gaelic) features a variety of music, including tunes from Ireland, Scotland and Latin America. more
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