Their debut album “Weeping Whiskey, Bleeding Beer” was a punchy, wild and witty commentary on love and youth culture, full of pithy reference and romance and, although there is still (always) more whiskey and beer to be had,…Continue
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While their debut album “Weeping Whiskey, Bleeding Beer” was a punchy, wild and witty commentary on love and youth culture, full of pithy reference and romance. And, although there is still (always) more whiskey and beer to be had, Youngsville's second album, “Drought City” is (mostly)…Continue
The Wet Sox. Looking at all the Wet Sox videos makes me wish I had had a fake ID back in the day. These guys were the best of the best. I am fortunate to know John Cline who did their live sound and produced all their audio and video recordings. He said "We were pretty technically sophisticated, we set up television monitors…Continue
Something amazing happened last night. That’s right AMAZING. A friend and fellow Duke City Fix member, Krista, posted something on her Facebook page that piqued my interest. She posted a link to the Albuquerque Museum of Art’s…Continue
During the Twelve Days of Christmas we are featuring 12 New Mexico nonprofits that help make life in Albuquerque better. We hope that you'll consider making a donation to one of these great organizations. We've already picked our 12, but please…Continue
Who is going to all the after Christmas sales? Not me! There are way too many other great things to do. Get ready for your New Year's Eve Celebration!…Continue
A very wonderful, thoughtful, and visionary group of people created a place for the whole community to share - the Rail Yards Market. It was an overwhelmingly successful market that brought people from all over the city to gather as a community.
The city has a different idea of what that space should be. The…Continue
Our family music group (Cielito Lindo Family Folk Music) played a concert at Eight two 1 Performance Space over on Mountain last night and then went to eat at …
I know that Austin and Nashville are great music cities, but did you know that Albuquerque has a great musical history and incredible talent? That’s right, we have outstanding musicians, singers, and bands in this town! Every Saturday I will post videos and a little history of musical legends, old and young, that either play in Albuquerque or got their start…Continue
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The folk art/recycle art community in this town is full of raw talent, quirkiness, and in some cases, pure genius. What better way to celebrate all of this than sharing art, music and food? Today was the 11th Annual Corkfest festival in the South Valley.
To give you an idea of the history of this…Continue
You know the saying, "So much to do, so little time?" Well, make some time because there is so much to do!
Friday, October 3…Continue
Submissions are NOW OPEN for songwriters and musicians who have written about Heroin/Opiate Awareness and/or the affects it has had to TTCF. Ten (10) songs will be selected by a team of industry professionals and will be recorded/included on the first album being produced, The Taylor's Calling Heroin Awareness Album-Vol.I
Grants will be given to cover recording costs and
an artist contract will be awarded. Deadline on submissions will be November 30, 2014.
PHASE TWO of our…Continue
• And "Father of the Year" goes to … not this guy.
• WHEELS Museum is seeking the public's help in identifying men from an …Continue
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I swear it’s not my intention to turn this into a music column, but bear with me. I didn’t hear much New Mexican music growing up. I had images of cities I’d never seen—Detroit, Washington DC, London—based solely on their music, but Al Hurricane and Robert Mirabal weren’t exactly well-known in the upper Midwest.…Continue
ANOTHER Throwback Thursday post about Christmas - this time from me. Merry Masshole Christmas!
As many of you know, I often talk about working at Bow Wow Records. I can't help it, that place ruled. One of the funnier aspects of working there was the sheer zoo that the place turned into in the weeks preceding the Christmas holiday.
Every year, we…
• Gold, coins and jewels. Oh, my! New Mexico's home to a buried treasure, valued at over $1 million. Or is it? You'll have to buy the book.
• CNM has doubled its graduation rates over…Continue
Escuela del Sol and Harwood Art Center invite you to Encompass, a…Continue
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