State of the music scene

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State of the music scene

Eclectic environment adds to Durango’s entertainment
Pagosa Springs’ Elder Grown played the Abbey Theatre on Dec. 21 and will return Thursday night as the opening band for Earphunk. The Abbey will host nine concerts this month before closing its doors after the Jan. 31 show by Oakland, Calif.’s The Polish Ambassador. New tenants will likely keep the venue a local movie and music house, but current owner Chuck Kuehn will keep the Abbey name, as well as much of the lighting and sound equipment. He and promoter Eugene Salaz plan to produce concerts at other local venues after the closing of the Abbey in its current incarnation.
Combining elements of rock, indie, punk and folk, Caitlin Cannon and the Artillery is one of many Durango bands that can’t be accurately stamped with one musical label.

State of the music scene

Pagosa Springs’ Elder Grown played the Abbey Theatre on Dec. 21 and will return Thursday night as the opening band for Earphunk. The Abbey will host nine concerts this month before closing its doors after the Jan. 31 show by Oakland, Calif.’s The Polish Ambassador. New tenants will likely keep the venue a local movie and music house, but current owner Chuck Kuehn will keep the Abbey name, as well as much of the lighting and sound equipment. He and promoter Eugene Salaz plan to produce concerts at other local venues after the closing of the Abbey in its current incarnation.
Combining elements of rock, indie, punk and folk, Caitlin Cannon and the Artillery is one of many Durango bands that can’t be accurately stamped with one musical label.
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