Sun., June 12, 2011, 7:30 pm
Greg Abate jazz saxophonist, flutist, composer continues as an International Jazz/Recording Artist with 150 days a year touring the globe. In the mid 70’s after finishing a four year program at Berklee College Of Music, Greg played lead alto for the Ray Charles Orchestra for 2 years.
Thu., June 9, 2011, 4:30 pm
Sean Healen is an award winning singer/songwriter. With music reminiscent of Leonard Cohen and a style at once intricate and eloquent, Sean is rapidly achieving the national stage.
Sun., June 5, 2011, 7 pm
The Boston-based stringband brings a decidedly modern sensibility to an old-world sound, channeling the prodigious talents of its individual members into elegant arrangements and well-crafted songs.
Fri., June 3, 2011, 7:30 pm
Back in the early 1960s, Roy learned his craft from the legendary blind street singer, Reverend Gary Davis, who was thrust into the national spotlight when Peter, Paul, and Mary recorded his song “If I Had My Way.”
Sat., May 28, 2011, 7 pm
The George Cole Quintet’s superbly crafted and melodically sophisticated original music reminds us of the best of George Gershwin, Johnny Mercer, and Cole Porter.
Fri., May 27, 2011, 7 pm
These Grammy-nominated artists (for their 1995 album The Oak and the Laurel) are widely regarded as among the leading lights of modern bluegrass and are highly-prized by their peers as sidemen and producers.
Fri., May 20, 2011, 7:30 pm
Things That Are Heard is a rare bird indeed – the band started two years ago as a one-off vanity project to celebrate drummer/composer Dave Wayne’s 50th birthday, featuring all-original compositions.
Sun., May 15, 2011, 7 pm
Local Santa Fe musicians Teri Lynn Browning and Andy Primm share an evening at the Santa Fe Performance Exchange.
Fri., May 13, 2011, 7:30 pm
In the first of Songwriters in the Round 2011 concert series Lisa Carman and SheSingSongsStudios presents a intimate showcasing of the singer songwriter. Sean Healen, Jono Manson and Tim Wiford are on stage together trading musical moments, insights to their muse; engaging and sharing with the audience the how , the why, and the where…
Fri., May 6, 2011, 7:30 pm
Bill Hearne calls it ‘The Road.’ That metaphorical ribbon of honky-tonks, roadhouses, empty whiskey glasses, prison cells and unrequited love line with signposts and mile markers tattooed with names like Haggard, as in Merle, Williams, as in Hank, Owens, as in Buck and Lovett, as in Lyle.