Spectacles most often are built on numbers: numbers of people, numbers of decibels, numbers of lumens. Whenever you can say “biggest” about your event, you have a spectacle. (Think about the ongoing Albuquerque International Balloon… Continue
Added by Terry S. Davis on October 7, 2011 at 6:00am —
In ancient Greece, theaters were only active twice a year. The elders considered drama powerful enough that it was rationed to the public so as not to cause too much emotional distress for citizens.
In Shakespeare’s day, there were only a handful of theater companies, so… Continue
Added by Terry S. Davis on September 30, 2011 at 7:30am —
Note: Daniel Jencka is performing this Thursday evening at "Live at ATeaCo"
Photos: Daniel… Continue
Added by Birdie Jaworski on September 11, 2011 at 6:30am —
This Sunday, as you are probably already aware, marks the 10th anniversary of the attack against our nation that resulted in nearly 3,000 deaths in New York, NY,… Continue
Added by Terry S. Davis on September 9, 2011 at 6:30am —
Our musical tastes segment us. Our radio stations play specified lines of music. Pandora finds songs for you similar to those you already like. SiriusXM, among its more than 180 channels, offers pop… Continue
Added by Terry S. Davis on July 1, 2011 at 6:58am —
In a perfect world, I'd write a post about a different local band here every week. I've had an active interest in the Albuquerque local music scene since the first week of August, 1993, when I became a resident of the Duke City. Actually, I think the first live music show I remember going to here was not a local act, but John Waite, at the Sunshine Theatre, in the Fall of '93.…
Added by Masshole in Fringecrest on November 17, 2010 at 9:00am —
Had the pleasure of winning a couple tickets to go see ¡Globalquerque! on Friday night, September 17th and I realized that I've been remiss in not writing a review here on it! So here goes...
If you haven't been to it ever before, it takes place at the National Hispanic Cultural Center on 4th and Avenida César Chávez. I definitely recommend showing up a bit early as parking is limited on site. The shows start at about 6pm and end after 11. If you haven't been to the Hispanic Cultural… Continue
Added by cnorborg on October 5, 2010 at 3:35pm —
Thanks to DCF and AMP concerts
for this lovely evening. I will admit that my initial reason for wanting to go was because of Mr. Mombat. He has been teaching himself guitar for several years and I have gotten to hear increasingly better versions "52 Vincent Black Lighting".
I had not been to anything at the Museum since the amphitheater was re-modled. It is a wonderful venue. We got there just as… Continue
Added by mombat on August 16, 2010 at 10:30pm —
Are you kickn' on your couch with a bowl o'chips watching you favorite re-runs of Seinfeld wishing you could be listening to some good music? Well *POOF* your wish has been granted. On August 12th Trace Adkins will be preforming at the Hard Rock Casino in Albuquerque New Mexico. So come on down, bring your friends and your dancing shoes...excuse me..."boots"... and join us for an all around great time!
Hard Rock Casino
Added by Casey Watson on August 12, 2010 at 7:00pm —
Friday after work, when I logged into DCF, I saw the posting for tickets by Miss Scott
. I clicked on to it, and looked around the virtual space, surprised no one had yet replied to the post. I mean, when DCF offers tickets, there's usually a rush of cyber feet to be the first there.
I read the post about the concert by… Continue
Added by Granjero on August 1, 2010 at 3:00pm —
Meet the band Neon Trees
on August 2nd at 5pm
at the Coronado Center Hot Topic
at 6600 Menaul Blvd. The band, who broke into the music limelight this summer with the hit song "Animal", will be signing copies of their album Habits
You can hear their hit single "Animal" and more on their Myspace
For more info on the August 2nd event,… Continue
Added by Bridget Ferris on July 30, 2010 at 1:30pm —
Recently won tickets to the Solas concert here on Duke City Fix and promised to write a review, well, here it is!
All in all an enjoyable night out for one that didn't happen. At least two of the band members barely made it out of Ireland before they close the airports down again for the grumpy volcano 'Eyjafjallajokull', only to then have fun with the Abq winds on their flight from Phoenix to Abq. On the personal side, I had my back go out for the first time in years, and being new… Continue
Added by cnorborg on May 8, 2010 at 10:27am —
I’ve been thinking a lot about cooperation lately. I’m not sure why. Maybe I’ve been watching the lack of cooperation in Congress and am hoping for better.
Whatever the roots, my thoughts tend toward the performing arts. Artists are known for their egos and their temperaments, but what they should be known for instead is their cooperative attitude, especially those in the performing arts. Yes, there are those whose egos become impediments to cooperation, but most performers I’ve… Continue
Added by Terry S. Davis on January 13, 2010 at 2:30pm —
Last Sunday the Church of Beethoven
had a packed house for the first in a series of performances of the six Brandenburg concertos. OK, so they didn’t actually play the notes in reverse order, but although it was the first in the series, they performed Concerto No. 6.
The next Brandenburg in the Church of Beethoven series will be No. 5 performed December 27, with the rest… Continue
Added by E Cline on December 4, 2009 at 2:56pm —
It was pretty cool and a little weird to see my face on a billboard off of I-40. My kids get a kick out of seeing it every time we pass by. They all yell, "Es papi!" or "Fiesta de Colores!". I had to get a picture of it for memories sake.
It's pretty neat to make a living doing something my children can enjoy and sometimes take part in. I have some great memories of playing at the Downtown growers market, and having them join the… Continue
Added by Juan of Los Primos on October 11, 2009 at 3:30pm —
In Robinson Park, yesterday.
Added by OFFCenter Community Arts Project on September 14, 2009 at 8:20am —
Les Paul was not only the inventor of the electric guitar, but one of the founding pioneers of multi-track recording. Music, as we know it today, wouldn't exist if not for Les Paul. RIP!
Added by Master of Disaster on August 13, 2009 at 11:24am —
Tonight is the Downtown Artscrawl Friday! We have an art reception happening in the gallery from 6-10pm. Refreshments as always plus you have the chance to meet and greet some of our gallery artists. We have lots of great new art hanging this month including June's featured artists, Chris Baca Rodriguez and Karl… Continue
Added by Chroma Studios on June 19, 2009 at 12:07pm —
Despite their enigmatic name, it fits: Extra Golden is rare, valuable, and the lovechild of two very different bands
from two very different geographies.
Tuesday's concert at the Cooperage illustrated this collaboration and the audience was dazzled by interweaving rock and "benga" sounds. Extra Golden's troupe is formed by two Kenyan musicians, and three American guitarists/musicians.… Continue
Added by Jessica Meyer on May 22, 2009 at 4:34pm —
Downtown Grower's Market
June 6th - October 24th
8th and Central
(8am-noon September and October)
Food Music Fun Arts Crafts
Honey Flowers Produce Baked Goods
Added by eclectic elements on May 21, 2009 at 11:00am —