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Miller and The Other Sinners play fest

David Miller waited until he was in his 40s to dive headfirst into his music career. Now, some may say that music is a young man’s game and perhaps it is, however, waiting until you near mi...

Olde Schoolhouse ready to rock

It’s been the premier music venue for north La Plata County. Despite its inability to hold hundreds of music lovers because of its size, and the reality that the building’s intent was to nev...

Anthony D’Amato in a Songwriters Circle

Three guitars, three voices, one stage and a load of songs. The first in-person performance the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College will host in over a year is a three-performer aff...

Patrick Crossing hosts Celtic gathering

Think back 14 months or so to the last social event you attended before the pandemic forced closures. For many, it was Durango’s Celtic Music Festival, the annual March gathering that featur...

Niceness reggae and ’that one drop’

The members of reggae band Niceness recorded their latest record in a summer-camp style setting. The Telluride-based band dropped “Realize” back in February, but it had been recorded well be...

iAM MUSIC announces summer shows

Putting on a concert isn’t easy. Concert promoters are regularly questioned by the show going public about the booking of certain acts, while a bulk of the time those people asking about th...

Elder grown back on stage

It’s not the greatest idea to live with your co-workers. Spending up to eight hours a day with certain personalities while on the clock can be challenging, but then to be by that person’s si...

A music scene needs a music store

Sometimes, all a musician needs is a pick. And a town like Durango, one with a growing and fertile music scene that features dozens of bands of different genres; a couple of different nonpro...

Tyler Grant Supergroup hits Tico Time Bluegrass Festival

The loose, bluegrass festival campground jam was a major contributor to guitar player Tyler Grant’s musical education. It’s a common festival occurrence: Go to any festival, spen...

Terry Rickard, Durango’s jukebox

Local musician Terry Rickard is kind of like Durango’s jukebox. If you’ve bellied up to the bar in any Durango watering holes over the last 25 years, you’ve likely seen Rickard w...

Patty Storen keeps up with Durango

One-time local mandolin player Patty Storen still keeps a foot in Durango’s rich acoustic music scene. A founding member of local jam-grass band Liver Down the River, Storen has ...

Dana Ariel branching out musically

Local musician Dana Ariel grew up a festival kid. Carted up to Reservoir Hill in Pagosa Springs by her parents for the bluegrass, roots and folk festivals that bookend the summer...