Enjoy free music throughout the summer presented to you by The Alamosa Live Music Association. Sundays at Six continues on July 7 with The Rifters, bringing you music from the Rio Grande watershed. Head on over to Cole Park at 6:00 PM and enjoy some quality live music right here in Alamosa!
The Rifters formed in 2002 in the fertile and creative music scene of Taos, New Mexico from members of two popular bands already active in the area. Jim Bradley and Don Richmond of Hired Hands, and Rod Taylor of the Rounders, who had all known one another for years playing in the acoustic dance-oriented Americana music scene of northern New Mexico, decided to join forces to form The Rifters. Putting out more music than it seems should be right for three guys on stage, the Rifters employ a wide range of acoustic and electric instruments, combined with soaring three-part harmonies, to provide a mesmerizing variety of music from driving blue-grama-grass to ethereal desert beauty. The years of playing to the dance crowds in their northern New Mexico homeland has given their music a toe-tapping rhythm that is engaging and undeniable. With a pedigree of bands like Hired Hands, the Rounders, and South by Southwest among them, the Rifters are truly a musical voice of their region of high desert vistas and mountain majesty. Check them out at https://www.rifters.net/
Sundays at Six is generously sponsored by: 1st Southwest Bank, Alamosa Convention and Visitors Bureau, Alamosa Local Marketing District, Arby’s, Body Tune-Up, City of Alamosa, Comfort Inn & Suites, Crestone Eagle, Fairfield Inn & Suites, Hampton Inn, IHOP, Kenneth King Foundation, KRZA, Myers Brothers Truck & Tractor, North River Greenhouse & Landscaping, Rio Grande Savings & Loan, Rocky Mountain Memorabilia, SLV Federal Bank, SLV Health, SLV Rural Electric Co-op, Sports Print Plus, Steffens Quality Plumbing, Treasure Alley, Valley Courier, Wall, Smith, Bateman, Wildwood Sounds, Windsor Hotel, and Xcel Energy Foundation