Downtown Lowdown

Bryant Liggett covers the hottest music acts in Durango

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Sihasin mixes traditional Navajo with punk rock

An interview with Jeneda and Clayson Benally of the rock duo Sihasin reveals more than the...

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A music space where listening is the point: McCarson Tafoya debuts the Red Scarf Studio Listening Room

Full-time musicians need more venue owners and show promoters working in the best interest of...

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Furtado is less banjo twang, more slide-driven dark turns

Tony Furtado is not a bluegrass musician. His earlier records and his resume, which includes...

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Andy Thorn is making his (banjo) mark on Leftover Salmon

Andy Thorn could be anybody’s banjo player. Jug or jam band, progressive newgrass or...

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Kalish’s sound is built on classic country and punk rock

2017 was a light performance year for Nathan Kalish, the lightest in eight or so years of...

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Los Lobos: An American treasure 40 years in the making

They are one of the great American rock bands. America is still a melting pot, rock...

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Alissa Wolf: When her violin became a fiddle

Local fiddle player Alissa Wolf did what she could to ditch her instrument, but fortunately...

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Funky electronic Fort Knox Five to play on NYE

Durango shares a special connection with the electronic funk music scene of Washington D.C. If...