Nels Andrews Concert

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Thursday, May 16th - 2019

7:00 pm-10:00 pm - $10 for Members; $15 for Non-members

Taos Art Museum at Fechin House

Description:

Although he was born by the sea, it wasn’t until he moved to the desert that Nels Andrews began writing songs. He sang them alone in a house constructed of mud and tires on the sage-brushed mesas of Taos, New Mexico where he spent his 20’s, airing them occasionally around campfires. When he moved to Albuquerque he began to play his music in front of strangers. After that he began collaborating with some of the indie musicians he met at places like the Red Door on Route 66. This initial collaboration began his work in desert-infused folk/rock “pairing literary narratives of curious high desert outsiders with the psych-rock palate and electro-fuzz of his then band, The El Paso Eyepatch, and resulted in his debut album Sunday Shoes.” 

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