BUY STUFF AND SUPPORT AMP!

A percentage of every Amazon purchase made after clicking on this link is donated to AMP. An easy and fun way to show support. Happy shopping! Or click here to make a tax deductible donation to AMP.

 

Jammin' in Jemez

featuring Delbert Anderson Trio

at Jemez Historic Site
Santa Fe National Forest
18160 NM-4
Jemez Springs NM 87025
575-829-3530
View Website   |   Other Events at Jemez Historic Site

Time: 10:00am     Day: Sunday     Doors: 9:30am     Ages: All Ages     Price: FREE

Navajo jazz performer Delbert Anderson began his jazz studies in 2004 at Eastern New Mexico University. Anderson studied with saxophonist Christopher Beaty and trumpeter John Kennedy. Delbert started the Delbert Anderson Trio in 2013 and has been performing throughout the states. Anderson was highly influenced by Lee Morgan, Clifford Brown, Sonny Rollins, and Joshua Redman. Anderson today takes lessons from trumpeters Mick Hesse and Bobby Shew. "I will continue to perform with our trio and begin to educate the youth on jazz. We need to keep this true American art form alive!"

Hailing from New York originally, Mike McCluhan has had a long career playing bass with countless artists. Drawing heavily from such varied musicians such as the Grateful Dead to Charles Mingus, Mike is well known for his versatility and his innate ability to play any style of music and play it well. Mike provides a lot of the groove and feel for the Delbert Anderson Trio and is excited to get out and share their music!

Born in Albuquerque and raised in Southern Colorado, Nicholas Lucero has had the opportunity to play with several great jazz artists. Playing music since he was 5, Nicholas played tenor sax, piano and marimba, but eventually found his voice on the drums. Focusing mostly on jazz and being heavily influenced by artists such as Chick Corea and John Coltrane, Nicholas has used his playing as a vehicle to perform across the US and parts of Europe. Nicholas is focused on bringing the trio's musical perspective to the jazz scene.

New Mexico Culture Squared (NMC2) is a collaborative project to build and manage partnerships between DCA institutions and cultural organizations that will enhance the impact, effectiveness, attendance, and visitor experience of exhibits and programs of DCA entities. Under the management of AMP Concerts, NMC2 will create programs in collaboration with State Historic Sites, DCA Museums and various cultural organizations with the goal of increasing public programs statewide and promoting New Mexico as a destination for arts and culture.


AMP Concerts

Like Us

Coming Up

March 25th

Saturday @ 7:30pm

Dervish

March 28th

Tuesday @ 12:00pm

Engine

March 29th

Wednesday @ 7:00am

Whole Foods Community Giving Day

April 1st

Saturday @ 7:30pm

Dead Man Winter

April 4th

Tuesday @ 6:00pm

Lara Ruggles & Sam Rae Sidwell

April 5th

Wednesday @ 12:00pm

Lara Ruggles & Sam Rae Sidwell

April 8th

Saturday @ 7:30pm

Still on the Hill

April 18th

Tuesday @ 7:30pm

Anders Osborne

April 22nd

Saturday @ 7:30pm

Septeto Nacional de Ignacio Piñeiro

April 25th

Tuesday @ 7:30pm

Son Volt

April 26th

Wednesday @ 7:00pm

Septeto Nacional de Ignacio Piñeiro

May 2nd

Tuesday @ 7:30pm

Rhiannon Giddens

May 7th

Sunday @ 7:30pm

Birds of Chicago

May 13th

Saturday @ 10:00am

Bosque Redondo Memorial Gourd Dance

May 15th

Monday @ 12:00pm

Epiphany 3

May 15th

Monday @ 6:00pm

Epiphany 3

May 24th

Wednesday @ 5:00pm

Adobe Brothers

May 27th

Saturday @ 10:00am

Reggae on the River

May 28th

Sunday @ 10:00am

Jammin' in Jemez

June 7th

Wednesday @ 7:30pm

Elvis Costello & the Imposters

June 9th

Friday @ 7:30pm

North Mississippi Allstars

June 20th

Tuesday @ 6:00pm

Bébé La La

June 28th

Wednesday @ 6:00pm

Bébé La La

July 11th

Tuesday @ 6:30pm

Bobcats Swing/Jazz Trio

July 25th

Tuesday @ 6:00pm

Flambeaux

August 17th

Thursday @ 6:00pm

Young the Giant

September 17th

Sunday @ 7:00pm

TajMo: The Taj Mahal & Keb' Mo' Band

September 22nd

Friday @ 6:00pm

¡Globalquerque!

September 23rd

Saturday @ 6:00pm

¡Globalquerque!