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In that now-widely talked-about wacky fusion of James Bond and “Kick-Ass,” writer-director Matthew Vaughn returns with a smashy-crashy sequel to 2014’s “Kingsman: The Secret Service” that is more of the same, but a teeny bit deeper into the character’s backstory. more
A hot mix of punk, jazz, folk and ragtime, “What’s Spinning” reaches into the new and the old with RIP Tom and Jagweed. The bands both bring energy, focus and dedication to a modern sound, as well as a new take on classic hits. more
Music has the power to effect change – inner change and social change. The lineup for this Saturday’s San Geronimo Day (Sept. 30) concert in Kit Carson Park is proof. All the artists who take the stage use music as a means to touch hearts and inspire minds to create a better world. more
Old Martínez Hall was a sanctuary for the local music community back in the day. You couldn’t help but move to the music. With a room full of dancers, the floor shook so hard it undulated, recalled David Garver, lead singer for The Bohiems, a 1980s Taos band. more
Jumpsuit Records was created by musicians for musicians. Far from viewing its artists as mere cash-producing commodities, Jumpsuit considers them as family. This week, the label is throwing a “Jumpsuit Family Gathering,” and everyone’s invited. more
Sad cowboys, middle-aged hookers and a Jose Cuervo-shootin’ savior are just some of the topics one can find in Igor Yuzov’s music of the Red Elvises. more
In what promises to be one of the hottest tickets in town this summer, KTAOS is delighted to announce the appearance of Lake Street Dive on its outdoor stage as the final act of the radio station’s summer concert series. more
This Friday and Saturday (Aug. 18-19), Like a Boss presents the “Fish Out of Water Festival” at the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership, a benefit concert weekend supporting the health and sustainability of the New Mexico watershed. more
A solid party group and a perennial Taos favorite, Katy P and the Business is a band that’s all about having a good time. more
In a fateful moment, in the sleepy village of Questa, a dreadful telegraph was delivered to the family of a U.S. Army soldier who was serving his country overseas during World War II. more
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