My story on Stan Fulton -- owner of Sunland Park Racetrack and Casino and bigtime political contributor to N.M. politicos -- published in today's New Mexican can be found HERE.
I forgot to post a link to my interview with Republican National Committee Chairman Ken Mehlman last week. You can find that HERE.
But enough about poltics. Here's a music announcement Kendra from Hundred Year Flood sent me:
Frogville Independent Records is proud to announce
the 2nd Annual FROGFEST
Aug 19 & 20, 2006
at the Santa Fe Brewing Company (35 Fire Place, Santa Fe, NM)
FROGFEST 2 is two days of incredible music from 12 noon to 12 midnight, featuring:
James McMurtry, Hundred Year Flood, the Texas Sapphires, Goshen, Boris McCutcheon, the Bill Hearne Trio, Nathan Moore (from Thamusemeant),
the Santa Fe All Stars, Toast, Taarka, Jono Manson, Ryan McGarvey, Dave Insley's Careless Smokers.... and much more!
Santa Fe Brewing Company has a great atmosphere, with two stages (indoor and outdoor), awesome beer, food, and ice cream!
TICKETS are $25 per day in advance, or $40 for both days in advance. They will be $30 per day at the door (no two-day passes sold at the door)
ALL AGES WELCOME, children under 12 FREE
Tickets available at these locations:
Lensic Box Office & Tickets Santa Fe Online 505-988-1234
the Candyman in Santa Fe, 505-983-9309
Birdland in Albuquerque, 505-255-9205
Santa Fe Brewing Co 505-424-3333
Online from Frogville HERE
For More Information, please check out:
or call 505-982-4001
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