Home and away: Lone Piñon
The historic San Miguel Chapel (401 Old Santa Fe Trail) is the venue for the Santa Fe band Lone Piñon, performing at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 26. The group specializes in polkas,
inditas, and other traditional music of El Río Grande del Norte (Northern New Mexico and southern Colorado), but its members have experience in a panoply of musical traditions: Moroccan Gnawa and Mexican Son Jarocho (that’s singer/guitarist Greg Glassman), fiddle playing in the Ozarks, klezmer-punk accordion, and Latin ska in Ecuador (singer/ violinist Jordan Wax), and New Mexico rock, honky-tonk, Orquesta Tejana, Onda Latina, and jaranero (Noah Martinez, guitarrón and upright bass). This event is a CD-release concert for the band’s first album, Trio Nuevo Mexicano, which was recorded at Frogville Studios. Admission is by a suggested donation of $5-$20 at the door. Visit www.lonepinon.com/shows. — P.W.