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Asleep at the Wheel comes to Durango

Ray Benson has thousands of 78 RPM records. Not “33 1/3,” which is your standard, 12-inch, long play record, otherwise known as “LP,” which it could be safe to say he has thousands of those,...

Noodle plays Rockin’ on the River Concert Series

College is a great catalyst for band formation. From Devo to Public Enemy, The Commodores to Phish, thousands of bands have formed when pursuit of higher education gave way to pursuit of mus...

Durango Brass builds on tradition

A town needs a brass band. Something with trumpets and cornets, French horns, euphoniums, trombones and tubas. Back in the day, it was common for each small town throughout the West to have...

Music in the Mountains Pops Night: The Magical Music of Harry Potter

Great American Cinema would be nothing without its scores. The man behind many of those familiar film scores is the great John Williams, who has written some of the most iconic themes for so...

The Crags celebrate new album with show

The music business is a drag. It’s a business that can be unforgiving, at times awarding mediocrity and ignoring some releases that truly are great. The indie level has always been the go-to...

Garrett Young, band release new record

Guitar player Garrett Young likes his tools. The Bayfield-based musician just dropped his second record, and for that sophomore release he’s gone to two of the best tools in his musical tool...

Rocky Mountain UkeFest to be held next week

Denise Leslie loves the ukulele. She loves its size and its tone. She loves its simplicity and the fact it’s an instrument where progress can be made by its player rather quickly. She loves ...

Jeff Solon’s big band performs a benefit

Pop music of the 1930s, ’40s and ’50s was way hipper than the pop music of the ’90s, aughts and ’10s. Backstreet Boys, Faith Hill and Pitbull take a far, back seat to Duke Ellington, Glen Mi...

Chad MacCluskey on guitar

Local musician Chad MacCluskey has been inundated with music his entire life. His father, the late Tom MacCluskey, known around Durango as a piano player at various spots throughout the augh...

Shinyribs in Pagosa for Folk ’N Bluegrass Festival

Musician Kevin Russell isn’t much into descriptors. The Texas-based musician has been part of the music game a long time, first known in this region as a member of the beloved Austin, Texas...

Carute Roma hosts CD release party

Once you’re a fan of gypsy music you’re a fan for life. Doesn’t matter if you were once a punk rocker or jam band kid, an EDM fan or guitar-strumming folkie, when you commit whole hog to the...

For Bogner, a lifetime of drumming

Local musician Robert Bogner was a noisy kid. Whistling, talking, singing, even beating on things. He would make such a vocal racket that his father would offer him a dollar if he’d keep his...