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Clifton (C-Plus) Johnson and Woody Andrew, from Oklahoma City, have been playing music together for more than 20 years now, playing their original music as well as covers. They'll bring their duo Born In November this Sunday (Jan. 19) in The Taos Inn's Adobe Bar. more
This week I heard a great story about fortuitous beginnings. Four Texas acquaintances floated down the Guadalupe River one evening. They loved to sing, so they sang - making up harmonies as they were carried downstream. more
Music, visual arts, poetry and silence intertwine in Taos Chamber Music Group's first offering of the new year. The program is titled "Chatter in Taos" and it comes to the Arthur Bell Auditorium at the Harwood Museum of Art Saturday and Sunday (Jan. 11-12), at 5:30 p.m. both days. more
A new album has been released featuring the music of the western swing dance band the Swing Dusters, based in Taos. more
Jazz musician Ornette Coleman inspired generations of musicians to push the boundaries of modern jazz and fly free. Coleman made it look easy and invented the term "free jazz" for his album of the same name, and in 2007 was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for the album "Sound Grammar." more
Americana musician songwriter Boris McCutcheon opted out of the East Coast star-making machinery early in his career and chose family, community and the remote beauty of Northern New Mexico over fame. more
This time of year is the darkest, with long winter nights and short days. It is also full of light – stars, moon, luminarias, farolitos, Chanukah menorahs, solstice candles and twinkling Christmas trees. The season lends itself to reflecting on the flame that resides within us, and there is nothing like flamenco music and dance to reignite our inner fire. more
Perhaps the most important thing for music lovers to know about this "special holiday concert" is that, according to Taos-born Americana artist Max Gomez, "We're probably not going to play any Christmas songs." more
After a year's hiatus, the Taos community's 14th Night of 1,000 Stars talent show is back. Auditions are planned Jan. 31 and Feb. 1-2 at the Taos Youth and Family Center, 407 Paseo del Cañón, and the Academy of Performing Arts at Enchanted Plaza, 1027 Salazar Road. more
Self-described folk-rock, alternative Americana, R&B and hip-hop troubadour Tiffany Christopher is on a mission "to spark each individual's creative fire and unify us through music, movement and laughter." more
There's nothing like hearing a mean guitar slash and burn through a hard rock anthem. Your body starts shaking, your mouth goes dry and your heart is racing. You just can't help it. … more
Three Taos High School graduates have joined up with an aspiring filmmaker from Vermont and a free spirit from Normandy, France, to create a band called Over Under whose current raison d'être is a self-described "escape" tour that has taken them across the United States. more
Drawing from his roots at Taos Pueblo and his travels around the world, Grammy and Nammy (Native American Music Awards) recipient Robert Mirabal creates an entirely unique experience for his audiences. Mirabal joins with family and friends once again this season for a show that includes storytelling, music, dance and visual imagery. more
The Taos Chamber Music Group celebrates the holidays with a weekend of Russian music featuring works by Alexander Borodin, Sergei Prokofiev and Anton Arensky. more
Hunger in Taos County is a chronic problem. For 34 years, Taos Feeds Taos has worked to alleviate hunger during the winter holiday season. To support their efforts, the Taos band Last to Know has held an annual benefit concert and food drive. This year marks the 12th annual benefit concert, and opens with Foggy Memory Boys followed by Last to Know. more
When it's right, it's right. Jackson Price, founder of Big Swing Theory, was raised on the blues. Even with his successful swing band, he found that he still needed another outlet. more
What happens when diverse members of a small community come together to create uplifting music? The answer is in "To the Mountaintop," a new video project. more
In the wide open spaces of Jaroso, Colorado, there stands an old adobe building. Originally built as a Catholic church, it was abandoned sometime around the 1960s and officially de-consecrated in the 1970s. When cellist Mark Dudrow bought the land where the old church sits in the mid-'90s, the church was dissolving back into the earth and was occupied by a herd of 40 sheep. more
Metal heads mark your sick calendars for this year's Monolith on the Mesa Festival planned May 28-30 at the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership, 20 ABC Mesa Road, off U.S. 64 west.Organizers … more
They may be "many generations apart in age," but guitarists Bill Frisell and Julian Lage connect in ways any listener will appreciate, according to Judy Katzman of the Taos Jazz Bebop Society. Audiences will have a chance to hear this masterful duo in concert Saturday (Dec. 7), 7:30 p.m., at the Taos Community Auditorium, 145 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. more
Stray Hearts Animal Shelter brings back the Golden Twenties with a 1920s style, black and white themed dance party to help out stray cats and dogs in Taos County. more
Last May, multi-instrumentalists Chipper Thompson and Roger Landes broke their hiatus of more than a decade to play their wildly original bouzouki tunes in Alamosa, Colorado, and Santa Fe. Now, Thompson and Landes are revitalizing the Taos sound waves with their impressive collection inspired by Mediterranean, Balkan, Mexican and Southern U.S. tunes, as well as their gifted imaginations. more
The selection process for the approaching concert for the Taos Community Choir was a bit like a blind date between Erick Brunner, the director of the chorus, and professor André García-Nuthmann, the director of Highlands University Madrigal Choir, also known as El Coro de la Tierra Alta. more
Roots Rising is an incredible, eclectic lineup of blues, soul, Latin and gospel infused voices that includes artists Matt Andersen, Gaby Moreno and Liz Vice, brought to Taos thanks to AMP Concerts. It happens Friday (Nov. 22), 7:30 p.m., at the Taos Community Auditorium, 145 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. more
This weekend, the Taos Jazz Bebop Society is inviting jazz fans from near and far to its fifth annual Frank Morgan Taos Jazz Festival, featuring some of the biggest names in the field. more
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