The Alamosa Live Music Association presents singer/songwriter Emily Robinson in concert on Thursday, August 6 at 6:30 p.m. Homegrown talent, Antonio Lopez will open. The concert will take place in a unique studio venue located at 13201 Chamisa Trail just outside of Alamosa. Concert attendees need to bring their own chair and may bring their own refreshments.
Emily Robinson grew up in North Carolina where she was steeped in the soulful old-time, Americana and folk music of the South. Influenced by powerful female voices such as Joni Mitchell, Patty Griffin, and Emmylou Harris, Emily joins the choir of women who sing bare and beautiful songs about real life, hope and heartache, accompanied by her solo guitar. She currently calls Chattanooga, Tennessee home, although she left a piece of her heart in the San Luis Valley when she lived here in 2010. Emily is thrilled to be returning to Alamosa for a live performance and a little of that Valley magic.
Tickets: $15 General Admission, $13 ALMA members, $10 Students/Seniors/Community Volunteers. Advance tickets available at the Narrow Gauge. Seating is limited.