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Uz Band Kicks off Summer Sundays at Six June 27

Sundays at Six Summer 2021 kicks off on June 27 with The Uz Band from Taos, New Mexico! The Uz Band plays a variety of music – from traditional Spanish rancheras to Iron Maiden’s hard rock, along with country western (classic and modern), alternative and classic rock, and oldies. Band members are Joey Córdova (drums, vocals), Joseph Madrid (bass guitar, vocals), Marcello Vialpando (lead guitar, vocals) and Robert Pacheco (bass guitar). Head on over to Cole Park at 6:00 PM and enjoy some quality live music right here in Alamosa!

Sundays at Six is generously sponsored by:
The City of Alamosa, Colorado Realty, Comfort Inn & Suites of Alamosa, Crestone Eagle, Eclipse Property Management, Energy Resource Center, Jay Meyer State Farm, KRZA, RG Bank, Robert Hoag Rawlings Foundation, SLV Federal Bank, SLV Health, Sports Print Plus, Valley Courier, Valley-Wide Health Systems, Viaero Wireless, Visit Alamosa, Wall, Smith & Bateman, Xcel Energy Foundation

Antonio Lopez – May 23

Antonio Lopez is next up in the virtual Spring 2021 Sundays at Six concert series on Sunday, May 23 at 6:00 PM, to be livestreamed from ALMA’s Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/almalivemusic), website (http://www.almaonline.org/), and YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/almaconcerts). This event is free and open to the public.

Antonio Lopez is a musician, composer, and the executive director of the nonprofit, Sound Bridge Music.  He is a quiet man who has something to say.  His music is like an onion.  It has many layers,  each one revealing something more.  At the core, Lopez is a singer-songwriter in service to the song.  His adept guitar work and composition skills are never used in a showy way, but rather like the spices in a delectable home cooked meal.  The result is a feast of emotions that is a delight to the listener.

​Lopez was born and raised in Alamosa, CO, growing up steeped in the Chicano culture of northern New Mexico and southern Colorado.  Since 2012 Lopez has been living in Longmont, CO.  Speaking of the move he says “ I was green as they come when I first arrived on The Front Range,  full of that naive small-town optimism.  The first job I had was as a night janitor in the public schools, trying to hustle my first gigs in a new music scene.”  That hustle ethic has paid off as evidenced by Antonio’s newest album, Roots and Wings, which was crowdfunded through a wildly successful Kickstarter campaign. 

The concept for Roots and Wings was planted in the late summer of 2018 as Antonio and his wife Georgia were flying back from their honeymoon on Vancouver Island in Canada. While there, Lopez picked up a free newspaper called The New Agora with an article about stepping into this new form of masculinity and fatherhood with a quote from Goethe that hit him in the gut…”There are only two lasting bequests we can hope to give our children, one of these is roots, the other, wings”.  He read these words in the airplane, flying miles above the ground.  Tearing up, Lopez reminisced on his childhood and all the sacrifices his parents made in order for him to have a better life than they had. 

For more information about Antonio Lopez and his music, go to https://www.antoniolopezmusic.com/

Rio Trio – April 18

The Alamosa Live Music Association & Viaero Wireless present Rio Trio on April 18

Rio Trio (and special musical guests) are next up in the virtual Spring 2021 Sundays at Six concert series on Sunday, April 18 at 6:00 PM, to be livestreamed from ALMA’s Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/almalivemusic), website (https://www.almaonline.org/alma-live), and on our YouTube channel. This event is free and open to the public.

Rio Trio has been playing together in the SLV for six years and includes Charley Johnson on bass, Robear Bosdorf on slide, lead, and steel, and Rhonda Schoenecker on rhythm guitar and vocals. They offer a mix of jazz, blues, and other favorites. For this special performance, they will feature an amazing cello player, Mark Dudrow, and Matt Wellman, who will be adding some spicy sax.

Sweet Radish kicks off Spring Sundays at Six

The Alamosa Live Music Association & Viaero Wireless present Sweet Radish on March 21

Sweet Radish will be kicking off the virtual Spring 2021 Sundays at Six concert series on Sunday, March 21 at 6:00 PM, to be livestreamed from ALMA’s Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/almalivemusic), website (http://www.almaonline.org/), and YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/almaconcerts). This event is free and open to the public.

Sweet Radish consists of Morgan Velasquez and Abe Rosenberg, and this is what they say about themselves: “We create down to earth, heart pounding acoustic folk/americana music. We are singer/songwriters, videographer, farming/gardening, animal loving, hopelessly flawed, nature loving geeks. We are a duo of musicians who have one common goal: to make some great music together and share it with those who want to listen.” Find out more at http://sweetsweetradish.com/