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David Alexander - David has taken on the role of local elder for the songwriting community and can be found most of the time surrounded by his "chicken pickers" out at the Chicken Farm Art Center on 1st Saturdays. David makes routine trips to Nashville scouting publishing opportunities and has an extensive library of original tunes. He organizes most of the musical events out at the Chicken Farm and sends out a great local music e-newsletter - email firstname.lastname@example.org FMI
Jesse Ramirez - Jesse is a graduate of Texas Tech University with a degree in guitar performance and is currently at North Texas University for a masters in guitar performance. He primarily plays in the classical genre and is willing to travel and play for weddings, private functions, etc. Call 325-450-8766 or visit www.wtcguitar.com
Willie Alvarado - Blessed with one of the most enchanting voices you will hear in modern music today, WILLIE ALVARADO's mezmerizing versions of Mexican classics (beautifully recorded by the award winning Rick Del Castillo) are sure to introduce a whole new generation of listeners to some of the most important songs of our time and in the process...possibly create one of Latin America's rising new superstars." -AustinLive.com
Alex Canos - Guitar/harmonica behind folk, mellow rock, country, 60's, 70's, & 80's... Call 651-6084 for bookings.
The Concho Pearls - Vocal Quartet. Carol Smith, Linda Dowd, Kaye Marsh and Una Bee Miller make up this singing group. They perform patriotic, religious, and holiday music primarily. Call Carol at 325-658-1169 to set up an appearance!
The Concho Bandits Band - Lots of Classic Rock, Latin-fusion (Texas Tornadoes), and some 80's rock ballads thrown in for kicks defines their sound. Visit www.myspace.com/conchobanditsband for more info.
The Flinchers - Fronted by Miles McMillan, The Flinchers' sound draws upon elements heard in 60’s-style surf, blues, punk rock, reggae and other genres. Anchored by James Rannefeld on drums and Tim McTaggart on bass, The Flinchers' live shows frequently include experimentation, improvisation and a go-for-it attitude - Adventurous, funky, soulful, swinging and fun. Visit www.myspace.com/theflinchers for more info.
The Ice House Brass Band - The Ice House Brass Band of San Angelo, Texas, is comprised of regular people from the local area. The Ice House Brass includes music styles: baroque, classical, swing, jazz, Dixieland, popular, hymns, patriotic, German folk songs, spirituals, light opera, Christmas, humorous, and special occasion music for weddings, marches and fanfares. Always up for playing some tunes and having fun. No event too great or small. Visit www.icehousebrass.org for more info.
Jazz Concho - John Irish, John Talley, Brian Tillman, and Jim Bode make up the heart of this great local jazz ensemble. These guys have played standards and melodic favorites at most every fundraiser or organization affiliated social gathering in San Angelo over the past few years and are always a pleasure to hear. Contact John Irish for bookings at 942-2085 ext. 234.
Daniel Makins - Raised in San Angelo, Daniel then spent a decade away in Nashville and Austin as a full-time, professional musician. He has released 6 records, performs entirely original music, and produces the San Angelo Concert Series - bringing nationally known songwriters to town. Please visit www.danielmakins.com for more info. or to contact Daniel.
Terry Mikeska - Piano entertainer - versatile repertoire (show tunes, swing, classical, big band, sing-a-long, holiday). He has played for many private/corporate events and for Governor/President George W Bush, Van Cliburn as well as hundreds of charity events, funerals, anniversaries, weddings etc. visit www.terrymikeska.com FMI or call 325-277-5466
Cassandra Prince - Backup singer/songstress for hire - 763-5453
Fred Roeben - Jazz and swing guitar player seeking opportunities to play and improvise. Fred has played with big bands and the ASU Jazz Ensmble - Call 944-2367
San Angelo Community Band - The community band first recieved non-profit status in 1988. The San Angelo Community Band offers a creative outlet for amateur musicians of all ages. There are no "try outs" or auditions. Each member performs at a level that is comfortable for him or her. As an all volunteer, non-profit organization, our goal is to provide an opportunity for our members to continue to use the skills that they worked hard to develop, and to provide the community with a series of open-air concerts. Visit www.sanangelocommunityband.org for more.
Kate Sanderson - Kate performs original music primarily and cites influences as: Chet Baker, KD Lang, Joni Mitchell etc. She sings songs often dark with shots of quirky humor. She grew up in Manhattan and has travelled extensively in her life. Kate is a regular at the Chicken Farm. Call 947-3403 for bookings.
Ed Stabler - Ed is a a singer, songwriter and fingerstyle guitar picker who got his start in the 1960's. He was nominated for 8 awards by the Academy of Western Artists in 1996 and has recorded 3 albums and is a familiar presence in the picking circles out at the Chicken Farm Art Center. He is usually backed by Kelly Henson on upright bass. Call 325-835-5023 for bookings or visit www.myspace.com/edstabler
T. Gozney Thornton & The Old Hat Band - T. Goz has been making music and writing songs for many decades. A product of the Austin Scene of the 70's, T. Gozney has played coast to coast at honky tonks and festivals. He has a new record out and is playing out more recently/ Visit www.tgozney.com for more info.
West Texas Jazz Orchestra - Spear-headed by jazz drummer and Irion County High School Director, Jim Bode, this large band (up to 18 members) presents swing and jazz classics to rave reviews. The orchestra is composed of a mixture of music teachers and other professional musicians, including ASU’s Dr. Ed Surface and Tim Bonenfant.
Dr. Michael Yenny - Staff piano accompanist for ASU offers professional "cocktail/background" piano music for any social function including popular, broadway, religious, classical, and more. Over 20 years of experience. Please call 605-695-5491 for bookings.
Blu Photography - Working in portraits, landscape and special events including weddings etc. Sean Blumenhein invites you to his new website: www.blu-photography.com Call 650-5817 for bookings.
Larae Russell - Professional photographer available for events, portraits etc. Visit www.laraerussell.com or call 325-456-9502 or email email@example.com
Mike Erb - Mike is retired military and has burst onto the scene donating time and talent capturing many local performing arts events.
Andy Killgore - Andy is a "re-budding" photographer continually developing his eye for pictures. Call 895-1743 for more info.
David and Annette Levesque - Great Expectations Photography 418 N Van Buren, San Angelo TX 76901 - (325)224-4500. They specialize in wedding and portrait photography and offer modern, artistic and timeless photographs for weddings, high school seniors, families, children, babies, maternity and more. www.greatexpectationsphotography.com
Roger Allen - There are few in San Angelo who do not know the founder of the famous Chicken Farm Art Center personally! He is also quite well-known across the country as a worker of clay. The Starkeeper Gallery is his personal corner of the Chicken Farm and features his collectible bowls, plates, mugs, etc. Visit www.chickenfarmartcenter.com or call Roger at 653-4936. The Chicken Farm is located at 2505 Martin Luther King in San Angelo. More about Roger and the center can be found by clicking here.
T.M. Gand - T.M. of Abilene, TX has a gallery in the historic downtown district there. Her work focuses on painting in highly textured layers. Originally a student in engineering in the early 90's, a chance art class and an enthusiastic professor changed her focus and the rest is history. T.M. won a merit award in 2008's Manhattan Arts International - "Celebrate Healing in Arts." Her work may be viewed via her website: www.tmgandfineart.com
Crystal Goodman - Crystal Goodman is primarily known as a mural painter and active agent in San Angelo's Downtown facade improvement and restoration process. Many buildings downtown have been renewed thanks to her work. Goodman also devotes much time to working with children via workshops etc. Call 245-5141 or 944-3752 for more info.
Clay Hejl - Owner of Framework Gallery, Clay also creates his own original work recently including bronze sculpture. His paintings have long been popular and include many religious scenes in post-modern figurative or contemporary theme. Visit www.clayhejlart.com, call 223-5828 or stop by 13 N. Chadbourne.
Max Hulse - Our friend and previous owner of Concho Gallery left us in a tragic plane accident, but his spirit lives on. Max Hulse began painting in 1985 and became well known for his work in oil (primarily in landscapes). His collections include corporate, museums, banks, and private individuals. He was a member of Oil Painters of America and co-founded the Texas Art Gallery in Dallas in the 1960's. Max was also seen regularly playing harmonica with local musicians. We miss you Max!
Mejo Okon - Mejo has a gallery in the Chicken Farm Art Center and has just recently been included in Southwest Art Magazine. Her work is gaining buzz across the region and has been included in several juried shows. Visit www.mejookon.com or call 227-3173 for more info.
Pamela Gibreth Watkins - Of Buffalo Gap, TX works as a sculptor, painter, digital artist, and on and on. She has had works commissioned by many over the past 25 years including several state agencies. Pamela also publishes "Applause and Acclaim," a small newspaper based on the arts and humanities in Texas. For more info. please visit www.pamelagilbrethwatkins.com or call 325-572-3478.
Priscilla Nicholson - Owner of Studio of the Arts (see studio/venue listing), Priscilla is a watercolor artist creating original paintings in subjectsof florals, people, animals and landscapes. She is noted for the vivid colors in her paintings. FMI call 325-655-3505 or visit www.nicholsonfinearts.netfirms.com
Marsha Yoes - Marsha has recently built her own painting studio at 3714 Honeysuckle here in San Angelo [Call 944-8006 for an appointment]. Marsha teaches oils part time at ASU and has also taught in our local schools. Her work in Southwestern Oils has been shown all over West Texas including San Angelo National Bank and was cited by Governor John Connally during a special exhibit in Austin.
Schneider String Instrument Repair - Richared and Sue can repair or restore your fine stringed instrument. They also re-hair bows. Free estimates, Se habla Espanol - 655-7873.