Tuesdays
at the Pond

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Eryn Bent

June 1

Singer-songwriter Eryn Bent has been enchanting audiences since age 14, with her powerhouse vocals and honest, gritty songwriting.

Born and raised in Montana, Eryn has deep, Western roots that shine through her songwriting. Marrying emotive lyrics and moving melodies, her autobiographical originals explore several genres, but cling strongly to the authenticity of folk and traditional country. While New Mexico has become her home base, she has played all over the West coast, forever planting her musical magic in the hearts of her audience.

Eryn is a trained vocalist with years of private training under her belt, which gives her the incredible range and ability to showcase her vocals in many evocative ways. She sings it, she means it, and you'll feel it in your bones.

Great show by Eryn!

LAHS Jazz Ensemble

June 8

The LAHS Jazz Ensemble is made up of 26 amazingly talented high school musicians. It's been a rough year for them, being online, but they've pushed through and have creating an amazing environment for making great music. Many of the students are featured with solos including six amazing Class of 2021 Seniors, Jackson Bell, Griffin Light, Kenneth Inbody, Gabe Jennings, Fred Martinez, and Ursula Coe.

 

That show was awesome!

DK & The Affordables

June 15

Green Chile fueled Southwestern Vintage Rock n Roll!

DK & The Affordables kick out a jiving, jumping variety of roots music that is intended to get you moving and inspire goodwill amongst the sexes. Gyrating, swinging bodies topped by smiling faces have accompanied many an Affordables show. Couple all of that with twangy guitar, a ripping rhythm section, greasy hair, and some pointy boots and you've got yourself a hootenanny of a good time!

DK & The Affordables have backed 9 time grammy winner Jim Lauderdale, the "Ultimate Elvis", Justin Shandor, country artist Kerry Wallace, and Colombia's original Rockabilly star, Phil Rocker. They have shared the stage with Los Straitjackets, Leftover Salmon, Junior Brown, Eddie Clendening, The Rocketz, Three Bad Jacks and Speedbuggy U.S.A. to name but a few.

They rocked that joint!

Professor Penguin

June 22

Professor Penguin started in a Los Alamos garage, a group of friends playing grooves and funky jazz to help each other make it through the lonely days of the pandemic. The quartet blends improvisation with influences from Medeski Martin & Wood, James Brown and The Beastie Boys into a danceable bag of tunes. Guest soloists join the band to take the music to new places at every performance.

 

Troy Browne Trio

June 29

 

The Troy Browne Trio is a new twist on a classic sound, featuring a wide range of familiar favorites and catchy contemporary songwriting. 

 

Browne’s rhythmic and soulful style brings together audiences throughout the country, uniting them with his love for good music.

The Hill Stompers

July 6 @ Fuller Lodge Lawn

Join this Los Alamos icon and award-winning jazzy street band as they perform lively music and witty shenanigans to kick off Los Alamos ScienceFest 2021: Driven by Science. This performance will be part of the ScienceFest live Panel (Teens questioning Lab scientists) on Fuller Lodge Lawn with a beer garden provided by Bathtub Row Brewery.

For more info on ScienceFest go to https://www.losalamossciencefest.com/

 

Tickets not needed

Dr. Hall

July 13

 

Inspired by early blues legends, country, Americana, folk and rock & roll artists, Dr. Hall is a Santa Fe, New Mexico based singer/songwriter whose music shares the hard luck and trouble experienced by so many as well as a love of life. Dr. Hall started playing music professionally at 14 and was touring the country by 18. He was nominated as the Best Singer/Songwriter in 2020 by the New Mexico Music Awards for his song The Power of Us.

 

Dr. Hall has released five albums with Smoky Mountain Music LLC. His music can be found digitally on iTunes, Amazon, Apple Music, Spotify, Reverbnation and most other digital music distributors. More about Dr. Hall can be found at www.drhallmusic.com. CDs are also available through the web site.

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The Bus Tapes

July 20

Husband and wife duo Case and Heather Tanner bring together a range of talented musicians for a lively show, taking audiences by the hand and leading them through a what's cool tour of music. Their eclectic mix of everything from funk and blues to R&B ballads has been rocking crowds since 2008. A rhythmic, acoustic feel on top of relatable songwriting is the leading tone behind their collaborative music.

 

 

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The Blues Revue

July 27

 

Join the Blues Revue Band with Harmonica Mike Handler and Vinne Kelley, as they play music - old timey to originals, to modern folks and blues to the Dead, and some good jams along the way. 

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Los Alamos Community Winds

August 3    6-8pm

Founded in 2000, the Los Alamos Community Winds serves the communities of northern New Mexico and has achieved national and international recognition for its excellence in performance as first runner-up for the 2012 American Prize and as the featured ensemble on the November 2010 edition of the international podcast “BrassCast.” LACW has been selected to host the 2022 National Convention of the Association of Concert Bands which will be held in SF May 3 - 8 next year.

 

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