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A Sharp

So long, Courage

Music Features Progressive Americana master John Courage, 26, is kind of like Bob Dylan meets Tom Petty with the low and soulful timbre of Leonard Cohen. In other words, Courage is fuckin’ awesome, and you’ll be s...

Wednesday, March 10, 2010 Alex De Vore

A Sharp

Insider Moves

Music Features I feel like one of those gossip writers—gross and awesome at the same time. I asked around town for the inside scoop on new bands, new clubs and new plans, and boy I got an awesome earful: studio revamps,...

Wednesday, March 3, 2010 Alex De Vore

A Sharp

So Bad It’s Good

Music Features During a recent beer-induced conversation about shitty music, my dumb friends and I got to the topic of guilty pleasures. Everybody has that band or record they’re afraid to admit to liking. I figured it ...

Wednesday, February 24, 2010 Alex De Vore


Brothers and a Sister

Music Features I dragged the girlfriend away from a nap to attend the Acoustic Brotherhood Tour at the Lensic Performing Arts Center on Feb. 11. We were ushered to our seats and waited for the show to begin. The few times I&r...

Wednesday, February 17, 2010 Alex De Vore

A Sharp

Blues Travels

Music Features It’s the darkest night ever, and it doesn’t take me long to discover that the drive to Jono Manson’s studio in Chupadero is no joke. I’m lost out past Tesuque, and a cop car is following...

Wednesday, February 10, 2010 Alex De Vore

Silly Love Songs?

Some musicians don’t want to fill the world with them

Music Features When February comes around, bazillions of people across the globe are forced to recall how lonely they are. Thank god for music—if anyone feels your pain, it’s musicians.

Wednesday, February 10, 2010 Alex De Vore

A Sharp

Know Your DJs IV

Music Features Joe Ray Sandoval and Dynamite Sol are branching out from their popular Reggae Party with Alchemy, a new event at Milagro 139. Starting Feb. 5, and every Friday thereafter, Milagro plays the host to what is boun...

Wednesday, February 3, 2010 Alex De Vore

A Sharp

Suggested Donations

Music Features Santa Feans did their part at the Have a Heart For Haiti benefit show on Jan. 20 at Cowgirl. A who’s who of Santa Fe’s best musicians donated time and music in order to raise money for the Red Cross...

Wednesday, January 27, 2010 Alex De Vore

A Sharp

The Grass Is Always Bluer

Music Features Since it opened its Second Street location in 2002, Backroad has quietly been putting on some of the best shows in town. Musicians like indie-queen Mirah, rapper $amwise, my arch nemesis Casiotone For the Painf...

Wednesday, January 20, 2010 Alex De Vore

A Sharp

Here’s Johnny

Music Features If you’re a regular at The Matador, you’ve probably seen Johnny Pink, Santa Fe’s only greaser, sporting tattooed arms, a leather jacket and one hell of a pompadour. Pink works the bar during i...

Wednesday, January 13, 2010 Alex De Vore
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