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Jon Stickley Trio plays Tico Time

Jon Stickley has built the perfect festival band. At times a bluegrass band, other times a mish of acoustic fusion and a mash of instrumental indie-prog with subtle flavorings of jazz and ja...

A.J. Croce plays Croce at concert hall

It took two decades for A.J. Croce to come around to playing his dad’s music. The son of folkie-crooner Jim Croce of “Operator” and “Bad, Bad Leroy Brown” fame, the younger Croce was always...

Punk and metal at The Hive

Durango doesn’t live on bluegrass alone. Sometimes, you need a little power and amplification and genres like grindcore and powerviolence. Disclaimer: That latter term is a term only, it’s n...

The Meltdown Sisters one of weekend’s headliners

It’s time for the ladies to lead a bluegrass pick. Not that the ladies haven’t had a fair shake, as it seems its bluegrass is one specialized genre of music that has its share of females pic...

Punk-rock improvisation with Banyan

Drummer Stephen Perkins has stretched his arms, complete with drumsticks in hand, much farther than the musical confines of Jane’s Addiction and Porno for Pyros. While both bands explored pu...

Oklahoma musician Ben Brock opens for Elder Grown

Ben Brock was a late bloomer. Many people start their music lessons in single-digit ages with piano lessons, a forced ritualistic activity that for some results in tears, wasted money, and u...

Nathan Kalish plays pop-up show

Musician Nathan Kalish recently made himself a bit more local. The Nashville, Tennessee-based singer-songwriter, who last played Durango in 2018, won’t be moving to the area, but he has sign...

John Pizzarelli plays The Lift at Cascade Village

The Great American Songbook is no longer limited to early 20th century jazz, pop and show tunes. Sure, George Gershwin, Cole Porter and Irving Berlin will always be at the top of the heap o...

Corb Lund plays Dolores

Corb Lund was going to be a rodeo dude. Coming from a rodeo family, as a kid and into his teenage years he was riding bulls and steer wrestling; but those teenage years he also picked up a g...

Dana Ariel makes new record

Three days is a short amount of time taken to make a record. Or maybe it’s the perfect amount of time. Watch enough of that old VH1 television program “Behind the Music,” and you’ll learn m...

Cuatro Kruse and FutureFolk

Durango native Cuatro Kruse is a lot of things. He’s a permaculture builder and a chocolate maker, a glass blower, archery coach and farmer. All those hobbies, skills and life pursuits also ...

High Country Hustle hosts Kickstarter campaign

Early on, members of local bluegrass band High Country Hustle weren’t that down with competitive music scenes, nor did they see bluegrass as a soundtrack for a party. They were students at ...