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Smooth groove and solid rockers

Head down to Taos Plaza Thursday (June 7) from 6 to 8 p.m. for Taos Plaza Live, a free weekly summer concert series produced by the Taos County Chamber of Commerce … more

What's that smell?

Nine years ago musician Andy Dunnigan said that he and his newly formed band, so new they didn't have a name yet, were scheduled to play in a rowdy biker bar deep in the woods of the … more

Big-hearted British musician

British musician William Topley is back in the U.S. through April for a string of concerts at his usual spots: Denver, Austin, Portland, Oregon, Nashville, Boston and the sunny state of Florida. Lucky for us, he is starting out in Taos. more

Music review: A slew of solo singers

Never turning down the solo artists, What’s Spinning looks at two talented singer-songwriters this week who might spark several guitars to be picked up around Taos. more

This band just loves to play

Muddy and rocky as the Guadalupe River, the Midnight River Choir will once again bring its stream of music to Red River. more

Rock out with Tasty Face

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 celebrates 60

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

Powerhouse performer

From the trails of El Camino de Santiago in Spain to the studios of Denver, Southwest music artist Tiffany Christopher will be performing and streaming her show live, Friday (Dec. 15) at 6:30 p.m. in the Adobe Bar at The Taos Inn. more

Music review: Aliens and pizzas

This week, we take a break from earth music and take to the stars with rock ’n’ roll as ‘What’s Spinning’ explores two short albums made with the upmost care and musical talent put in behind them. more

Say it loud, love out loud

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
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