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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
It’s not happening until the first weekend in June, but the upcoming Music on the Mesa Festival is already creating quite a buzz throughout the New Mexico-Colorado-Texas area. more
Fantuzzi will bring his infectious personality to the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership Sunday (April 16), starting at 7 p.m. Singer-songwriter Tara Somerville and the students of Taos Youth Music School will open the show with a 15-minute performance at 6:45 p.m. more
Taos music promoter John Henderson said he believes, given the political climate, now is a great time to give back to the people and organizations that help make your life easier, better and more fulfilling. Henderson has teamed with Arroyo Seco Live, KNCE-FM 93.5 radio, Roots and Wires Presents and Taos Mesa Brewing to celebrate local nonprofits with a concert and festival. more
‘I worked at Taco Bell, and she worked for the KGB.” Two years ago, when Russian-American songwriter and charismatic bandleader Igor Yuzov of Igor and the Red Elvises wrote those words “as a joke “ for one of his songs, “She Worked for the KGB,” he never dreamed that life would imitate art in 2017. more
This weekend (April 7-9) in Taos, jazz icons Miles Davis and John Coltrane will be honored with words and music in the Taos Jazz Bebop Society’s third annual Taos Jazz and Poetry Festival. 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
When DakhaBrakha played in Taos in 2014, the group’s self-described “ethno-chaos” brought down the house. The Ukrainian band is back again thanks to Roots and Wires Presents. 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
Many musicians can recall the moment they first heard the sound that inspired their musical vocation — some special alchemy of player and genre and instrument that made them say, “That’s for me.” more
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