We have canceled our spring season due to the Covid 19 virus and all tickets have been refunded.  We miss you all and look forward to seeing everyone, audiences and musicians when things things come back online. 

KARDEMIMMIT  -   Re-scheduled For June 15th

For more information contact AMP Concerts, the show's presenter. 

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Kardemimmit is a band of four awesome women playing the Finnish national instrument, kantele. The band members are Maija Pokela, Jutta Rahmel, Anna Wegelius and Leeni Wegelius. Kardemimmit is in charge of their own music—they compose, as well as arrange, write lyrics and produce. Alongside 15- and 38-stringed kanteles, singing has a big part in Kardemimmit's musical universe, where original pieces with a modern approach still have a strong foundation in Finnish, Eastern European and Scandinavian traditions. The Finnish reki-singing style, 19th century dancing music and Perhonjokilaakso kantele playing style, Eastern Finnish archaic improvisation and ancient runo singing are all present in Kardemimmit's music. 

The band was founded in 1999 in the musical institute Juvenalia in the band members' home town of Espoo. The long mutual history can be heard in their unique sound. The silvery tones of kantele flow together with the mesmerizing vocal harmonies. As a kantele band, Kardemimmit is a pioneer: in 2004 Kardemimmit was nominated as Band of the Year by the Kantele Association, and the following year, they won the International Kantele Competition. Kardemimmit has toured extensively in Europe, North America and Japan. 

Tickets are $28 in advance, $33 day of show (including all service charges). They are also available by phone through Hold My Ticket at 505-886-1251. 

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Joe Pug - Rescheduled For Oct. 4th

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Joe Pug is a singer-songwriter from Greenbelt, Maryland. He has released two EPs, as well as the albums Messenger, The Great Despiser, Windfall and The Flood In Color. While working as a carpenter in Chicago after dropping out of the University of North Carolina, Pug wrote and recorded what would eventually become his debut EP, Nation of Heat. Its literate lyrics received widespread acclaim and sold over 20,000 copies. After touring with Steve Earle in 2009, Pug was signed by Nashville indie label Lightning Rod Records and released Messenger in 2010. After moving to Austin, Pug released The Great Despiser in 2012. Pug's acclaimed narrative songwriting has led critics to draw comparisons between his work and that of John Prine and Bob Dylan. Joe Pug's latest record The Flood In Color is nearly four years in the making. But that betrays the fact that the making of the album was one of the most natural and rewarding processes of his career. His  influences include John Hiatt, Warren Zevon, and Beck, as well as literary figures such as John Dos Passos, John Steinbeck,[6]Raymond Carver and most notably, Walt Whitman.

Tickets cost $22 in advance, $24 day of show (including all service charges). They are also available by phone through Hold My Ticket at 505-886-1251.

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