Sun., Feb. 27, 2011, 1 pm
Bob “Catfish” Hodge has been called an “American folk blues hero” and has been a mainstay on the American Blues music scene for nearly four decades. He has twenty five albums to his credit, comprised almost totally of original material.
Sat., Feb. 26, 2011, 7 pm
Hillary Smith and Soul Kitchen With a deep soufulness rooted in the Gospel-driven churches of her youth, a classically trained vocal instrument that’s a natural wonder, and a God-given instict for swinging a lyric, vocalist Hillary Smith has been electrfying audiences across the United States for more than a quarter century. Along with her band of solidly…
Fri., Feb. 25, 2011, 7 pm
The Lisa J. Carman Band features all original Americana with flavors of blues,pop, country, and jazzy folk. Lisa, singer songwriter, producer, and teacher,is an independent artist and an independent soul.
Thu., Feb. 24, 2011, 7 pm
Mountain skylines and the passage of time mark the journey of the Bootleg Prophets, travelers of the great Southwest and the four corners of this country who desire nothing more than to peddle their wares as they march on.
Wed., Feb. 23, 2011, 7 pm
No Sgt. Pepper costumes, no granny glasses or Liverpool accents – just the best music of our time, played with energy and love.
Tue., Feb. 22, 2011, 7 pm
Songwriter, vocalist, and guitarist, Busy McCarroll has been active on the New Mexico music scene for many years.
Sun., Feb. 20, 2011, 7 pm
Santa Fe based pianist/keyboardist Chris Ishee performs with his trio throughout the Southwest. As music director at Santa Fe Preparatory School, he is in demand as a jazz educator and clinician.
Sat., Feb. 19, 2011, 7 pm
Boris McCutcheon’s writing and music reflect the characters he’s encountered and the landscapes he’s surrounded himself with. Boris’ songs can be haunting or whimsical, full of reverence or rockin’ sexy.
Fri., Feb. 18, 2011, 7 pm
With music and lyrics reminiscent of Leonard Cohen and a style at once intricate and eloquent, Sean Healen is rapidly achieving the national stage.
Sat., Feb. 2, 2011, 7 pm
Chuck Pyle has won high praise from both fans and peers alike throughout an inspired performance career of over 40 years. When reviewers first gave him the “Zen Cowboy” moniker, he decided to, as he says, “Always ride the horse in the direction it’s going,” and took the nickname to heart, shaving his head and blending his upbeat perspective with old-fashioned horse sense.