Fun for the whole family! The event begins at 10am with live music starting at 10! The Giant Puppet Parade is at 12! Then music starts back up again at 1! (With yours truly!) There are some amazing art for sale by many local artists!
Come join Sherri and The Ex's (Il Trio!) as we open up for the Lost Tribes of Mardi Gras, Mardi Gras party in July. Summer is almost over so let's start our fall and winter harvest early with some blues, food, and booze! Il Trio featuring Chief JD Sipe and Markie G! Special guest Mama "Mardi Gras" G Join us and bust a gut! It is Mardi Gras in July!
Burgers, Beers, Blues, Bernalillo! (For the kiddos there is delicious Root Beer!) Come join us as we make The Range into a blues Ex(tranvaganza)! Reserve your table at the Lizard Rodeo Lounge to get the best dancing seats in Bernalillo! (867-1700) Featuring the Ex's: Markie, Charlie, and Steve! Special Ex's: Mama G and Vicente!
Come hit the joint for some P-Tails with little Sherri and Markie G!
We are so excited to play for the amazing blues dancers! Lesson starts at 8:30PM Dancing starts at 9:30PM COST: Lesson: 5 Live Band night: 12 DISCOUNT: If you arrive to the dance before 10PM, you get 2 dollars off the dance entry, for a total of 10 for the dance. MORE DISCOUNTS: Want to save more money? Volunteer! [Note: Volunteer slots are limited, contact John immediately] We are always looking for motivated and community-minded individuals to join our team! Not only do you get to help build your Blues dance scene, but you also get the lesson and dance for FREE.
Sounds Like: Etta James, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Big Mama Thornton, Sugar Pie DeSanto, Willie Dixon
Bio: Sherri Gonzales was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico to a musical family. She was surrounded by drummers, guitarists, vocalists, dancers, and pianists. She began playing violin at age 8 but switched to cello at age 10 and has been singing since she could vocalize. Growing up she also played her fa...See Full Bio
"Marching with a raised fist, Sherri Gonzales sings with a band playing New Mexico music during the César Chávez Day march on Saturday in Albuquerque. The annual march went north on Fourth Street, west on Silver and south on Eighth, before returning to the National Hispanic Cultural Center."