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Get ready to work up a sweat

Get ready to dance, Taos. New Orleans-based Big Sam's Funky Nation is coming to town to rock your socks off and promote its new album "Songs In the Key of Funk."Big Sam will take the … more

Mystic Dance: national champs again, now headed to Worlds

On Saturday (June 2) Mystic will be holding a fundraising carnival at the Kit Carson Park. There will be food, music, a car show, entertainment, rides and games. Proceeds to help Mystic Dance travel to Worlds. more

Barn Dance Fest announces line-up

In keeping with tradition, Michael Hearne has announced yet another stellar artist lineup for his 16th annual Big Barn Dance Music Festival at Kit Carson Park in Taos. more

Polyrhythmics and Ghost-Note at KTAOS

Two bands that play a blend of funk, soul, psychedelic rock, R&B, progressive jazz and Afrobeat, Polyrhythmics and Ghost-Note perform Sunday (April 8) ... more

Make America Groovy Again

Turbulent times often create nostalgia for days gone by. If you're looking back wistfully on a "Saturday Night Fever" youth spent festooned in glitter mousse and neon, then singer and … more

Celestial dance for peace

A music festival, especially one that strays away from live instruments and musicians, tends to gather a collection of non-Hindu people adorned in mandala tattoos, om symbols … more

An artistic embrace

Dance teacher Shahin Medghalchi explains that the heart of Argentine tango is in its embrace. With a proper embrace, the two dance partners form a carpa (tent) and the world melts … more

Gonna be a good time

Zydeco is a widely popular musical genre that traces its name from the Louisiana Creole French transformation of les haricots (sweet snap peas) to zarico, after the oppression of Africans during slavery in the American south. more

Pop and lock Taos

The 1970s came, and so did breaking to the streets from the South Bronx and Brooklyn, New York. more

It’s a hip-hop and electronica holiday

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
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