EVENTS CALENDAR


2016

Horns and Other Tubes

  • November 8. 8:00 PM. Duets with Krys Bobrowski. Me: short tube and electronics and Krys: French horn, kelp and amplified objects. We are sharing the evening with Adria Otte and Sergei Tcherepnin. Join us for an evening of improvisation at Studio Grand, 3234 Grand Ave, Oakland, CA.

    Solstice Sunset Bell Ringing

  • June 21. 5:00 - 9:00 PM. Garden of Memory. Oakland, CA.
    Annual Summer Solstice event at the Chapel of the Chimes. Curated by Sarah Cahill. Wonderful performances and installations scattered all throughout the amazing Columbarium designed by Julia Morgan.

    Charlotte Street Foundation. Residency. Public Engagement events and performances.

  • May 13 - 14.
    Friday, May 13. 4:00 - 6:30 PM What Can You Do?. Public Engagement event with passersby. Downtown Kansas City and Paragraph Gallery, 23 E. 12th Street, KC, MO.
    Saturday, May 14. 8:00 PM. Public presentation and performance. La Esquina 1000 W. 25th, Kansas City, MO. Performing
    Short Tube Duet with Shawn Hansen. Video here. And Frog Haiku #62 for 17 performers.

    Frog Haiku #62

  • May 6. 8:00 PM. Performed by the Cardew Choir on the occasion of their 15th Anniversary. Canessa Gallery,708 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA.

    Vorticella

  • April 23. 8:00 PM. Center for New Music. 55 Taylor Street, San Francisco, CA.
    A shared evening of new music with solo electronics by John Bischoff and structured improvisations by Vorticella: Krys Bobrowski- Gliss Glass, kelp, French horn; Erin Espeland- Cello; Brenda Hutchinson- Long Tube and vocals; and Karen Stackpole- percussion.


    2015

    Technosonics XVI "Music and Contemplation".

  • October 16 - 18. My pieces and workshops TBA. University of Virginia. This event is a collaboration with the Center for Contemplative Sciences and the Composition and Computer Technologies Program in the Department of Music. This cutting-edge computer music festival features international electronic music guest artists and our own composers-in-residence. The Festival begins on Oct. 16 in Old Cabell Hall at 8 p.m., and will continue through the weekend with a 24-hour concert of 'slow' music, an audience participation sound meditation event, a set of three commissioned soundwalks to take place on Grounds, and environmental sound listening activities.

    Kalvos & Damian 20th Anniversary Broadcast & Concert: "On the Air"

  • August 22. between 1:00 & 5:00 PM. WGDR 91.1 / WGDH 91.7.
    Star Strangled Banner. 20th Anniversary Celebration of Kalvos and Damian. 2-day event of live performances and radio broadcasts. August 22 - 23. Goddard College, Plainfield, VTs

    Solstice Sunset Bell Ringing

  • June 21. 5:00 - 9:00 PM. Garden of Memory. Oakland, CA.
    Annual Summer Solstice event at the Chapel of the Chimes. Curated by Sarah Cahill. Wonderful performances and installations too numerous to mention scattered all throughout the amazing Columbarium designed by Julia Morgan.
    FYI: look and listen. This was wonderful!

    Vorticella

  • June 5. 7:30 PM. An evening at Tom's Place. Berkeley, CA.
    Presented by Tom Duff. Performers: Krys Bobrowski- Gliss Glass, kelp, French horn; Erin Espeland- Cello; Brenda Hutchinson- Long Tube and vocals; and Karen Stackpole- percussion.

    Frog Haiku #62

  • May 30. 8:00. Save the Frogs benefit concert. Produced by Wendy Reid. Berkeley Arts Festival. Berkeley, CA.
    Frog Haiku #62 is one of 17 performances that are themselves part of this evening's Tree Piece #62 "Frogpond 433" by Wendy Reid. Other performers and composers include: Kattt Atchley, Kenneth Atchley, Krys Bobrowski, John Cage, Steed Cowert, Tom Dambly, Ellen Fullman, Barbara Golden, Ron Heglin, Ralph Lewis, Lulu, Silvia Matheus, Pauline Oliveros, Tim Perkis, Brian Reinbolt and George Tingley.

    "Sound, Listening and Public Engagement"

  • April 29. Article published online: Ear / Wave / Event. Issue Two. Edited by Bill Dietz and Woody Sullender.

    UC Santa Cruz Graduate Colloquia Series.

  • April 20. 2:00 - 3:30 PM. Sound, Listening, and Public Engagement. Music Center Performance Studio, room 131. UCSC, Santa Cruz, CA.

    What Can You Do?

  • March 14. 10:30 AM - 1:30 PM. PlayFest Symposium I. Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH.
    As part of this weekend's PlayFest, curated by Lyn Goeringer, What Can You Do? will begin at the Oberlin Public Library. After walking through downtown Oberlin, all participants, including performers and those encountered enroute, will regroup for discussion and sharing of interactions and media at TIMARA on the Oberlin College Campus. For documentation and media from this performance, check out the What Can You Do? Facebook page. Performers: David Bering-Porter, Mike Boyd, Peter Bussigel, Lyn Goeringer, Brian House, Jackie Milestone, Mike Zellers.

    dailybell

  • Ongoing project and practice dedicated to the observation of the sun every time it crosses the horizon and to sharing the awareness of that moment with others. This year anyone interested in participating is invited to subscribe to the project. See blog for more details . Check here for dailybell archives.
    You may also want to post your own documentation of a sunrise or sunset observance, on the dailybell sunwatch page on Facebook


    2014

    Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous

  • November 10. 7:00 PM. Sound, Listening and Public Engagement.
    I am the first of 4 presenters this evening at University of San Francisco, Fromm Hall, FR 115-Berman Room.
    Leonardo ISAST and USF invite you to a meeting of the Leonardo Art/Science community. The event is free and open to everybody. Like previous evenings, the agenda includes some presentations of art/science projects, news from the audience, and time for casual socializing/networking. The other presenters are: John Granzow (Stanford CCRMA), Amy Ho (Visual Artist) and Danielle Tullman-Ercek (UC Berkeley/ Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering).
    Curated by Piero Scaruffi

    Music for People and Thingamajigs- 17th Annual Festival

  • October 4. 8:00 PM. Performing with Gino Robair and Ensemble.
    Sharing evening with Larry Polansky + Giacomo Fiore and Ralph Lewis. At Temescal Art Center, 511 48th Street, Oakland, CA.

    Vorticella

  • August 8. 8:00 PM. Wet Inventions: an evening exploring aquatic sound.
    Presented by Thingamajigs in partnership with the Window Gallery at the Center for New Music.
    Vorticella improvisation ensemble. Performers: Krys Bobrowski- Gliss Glass, kelp, French horn; Erin Espeland- Cello; Brenda Hutchinson- Long Tube and vocals; and Karen Stackpole- percussion. Also performing: Cheryl Leonard, David Samas and Tom Nunn.
    Center For New Music. 55 Taylor Street, San Francisco, CA.

    Cistern Dreams: An Overnight Concert for Deep Listeners

  • July 12 - 13. 10:00 PM - 8:00 AM. Curated by Ione and Zovi McEntee.
    Tremor Drawing #2 audio from a collaborative drawing with Ann Chamberlain. Part of a series of pieces played through a Virtual Cistern throughout the night.
    Deep Listening: Art/Science 2nd Annual International Conference on Deep Listening. RPI, Troy, NY.

    What Can We Do?

  • June 28. 7:30 - 9:00 PM. Call and Response. The Emerald Tablet. 80 Fresno Street, San Francisco, CA.
    The evening will begin with a presentation and discussion followed by the Johnston/Dutton/Rankin-Parker/Pearce Quartet, which will play a set of improvisational music inspired by Hutchinson's presentation.

    Solstice Sunset Bell Ringing

  • June 21. 5:00 - 9:00 PM. Garden of Memory. Oakland, CA.
    Annual Summer Solstice event at the Chapel of the Chimes. Curated by Sarah Cahill. Wonderful performances and installations too numerous to mention scattered all throughout the amazing Columbarium designed by Julia Morgan.

    Sound, Listening and Public Engagement

  • June 19. 7:30 - 9:00 PM. June Benefit Series. with Terri Cohn. Meridian Gallery. 535 Powell Street, San Francisco, CA.

    Giant Music Boxes and the Long Tube

  • May 1 - June 30. The Window Gallery. Center for New Music. 55 Taylor Street, San Francisco, CA.
    Opening Reception- Thursday, May 1. 6:00 - 8:00 PM.

    soundfield: a collection of wind activated sound sculptures

  • May 17. Noon- 4PM. AEOLIAN DAY. Middle Harbor Shoreline Park in Oakland. Sponsored by Thingamajigs, the festival will exhibit and celebrate musical instruments that are played by the wind! Instruments will be built by a collaboration of local artists and schools! Collaboration with Krys Bobrowski and NOCCS (North Oakland Community Charter School). Other artists: Sudhu Tewari, Steve Dye, David Samas.

    dailybell

  • Ongoing project and practice dedicated to the observation of the sun every time it crosses the horizon and to sharing the awareness of that moment with others. For more info check out the blog.
    To post your own documentation of a sunrise or sunset observance, please go to the dailybell sunwatch page on Facebook


    2013

    soundrawing

  • November 1. Launched app on iTunes

    Horns and Other Tubes

  • August 23. 8 PM. Collaboration with Krys Bobrowski. Royce Gallery. SF, CA

    What Can You Do? Interactive public engagement and performance. Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, Detroit, MI.

    June 12 - July 21. Residency with Commando Program and Department of Education and Public Engagement.
  • July 21. Noon - 4PM. FAMILY DAY
  • July 18. 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Interactive Event: Belle Isle, Detroit;
  • July 19. 11:00 - 4 PM. Ann Arbor Street Fair.
  • June 20. 8:00 PM. Artist Talk.
  • June 20. Noon - 2PM. Interactive Event. Whole Foods Market.

    Wish You Were Here Interactive mixed reality performance. Second Life (with Avatar Orchestra Metaverse) and live audience.

  • July 12. 11 - 12:30 PM. First International Conference on Deep Listening, EMPAC Center Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI).


    2012

    Sounds Elemental- GRAVITY

  • December 17- 21. Executive Producer. Instructor- with Michael Schumacher and Christopher Allen. Associates of Independents in Radio (AIR) Intensive workshop in sound for radio producers at UnionDocs.

    What Can You Do? Interactive public engagement and performances.

  • August 22, 2012 8:00 - 9:30 PM. THE STONE, NYC
  • August 18, 2012 1:00 - 4:00 PM. TOMPKINS SQ. PARK, NYC
  • July 7 & 8, 2012 1:00 - 5:00 PM. Museum wide event. Exploratorium. San Francisco, CA.
  • July 5, 2012. 6:00 - 10:00 PM AFTER DARK. Exploratorium.
  • June 2, 2012. 1:30 - 5:00 PM STREETOPIA: Tenderloin, Market Street, Tenderloin National Forest. San Francisco, CA.
  • March 8, 2012. 1- 4PM with BETA COLLIDE: Pioneer Courthouse Square. Portland, OR

    Sounds Elemental- MAGNETISM

  • June 25 - 29. Executive Producer. Instructor- with Michael Schumacher and Christopher Allen. Associates of Independents in Radio (AIR) intensive workshop in sound for radio producers at UnionDocs.

    sonus locus and Odyssey benefit

  • March 24 - 1:00 SLT and 2:30 SLT Performing as Groucho Parx. Avatar Orchestra Metaverse

    Ancestors Speak

  • January 24 & 25, 2012 8:15 PM. Collaboration with choreographer Evangel King The Garage. San Francisco, CA

    Connecting Practices, Geographies and Cultures

  • January 19 - 22. Performing as Groucho Parx with the AOM (Avatar Orchestra Metaverse). Canadian New Music Network Forum 2012, Vancouver, BC.


    2011

    Bare Bones Crow

  • Sep 14 & 15. Collaboration with choreographer Evangel King and sculptor Gillain Garro. RAW & UNCUT SHOWCASE. The Garage, San Francisco, CA.

    For the Birds

  • August 25. 5PM Duet with Krys Bobrowski. POST OFFICE SANCTUARY- opening of Joanna Poethig’s mural: Humming With Life. Civic Center Post Office. San Francisco, CA.

    Sonic Suit

  • July 23. 8:15 PMShort Tube Duet with Bob Marsh. OUTSOUND NEW MUSIC SUMMIT. San Francisco, CA.

    Solstice Improvisation and Sunset bell ringing

  • June 21. Vorticella. dailybell with audience. CHAPEL OF THE CHIMES. Oakland, CA

    Tower Ring.

  • June 4 & 5 4PMBell Mistress in Pauline Oliveros piece at Ann Hamilton's Tower. Steve Oliver's Ranch. Geyserville, CA

    Interlude from Voices of Reason.

  • February 16 - May 30. Looking At Music 3.0. The Yoshiko and Akio Morita Media Gallery, second floor MUSEUM OF MODERN ART. New York, NY. Group show.

    Improvisation with Vorticella and Christian Wollf

  • March 1 7:30 PM. Music at Toms Place. Berkeley, CA.


    2010

    December

    November

    September

    June

    May

    April

    March

      9th Annual New Music Festival. "The Pianist in the 21st Century"

    • The World Electro-Acoustic Listening Room (WEALR). California State Fullerton.
      March 7-13, 2010 . How Do You Get To Carnegie Hall?. Radio documentary of the 6500 mile cross-country journey with a piano in the back of a U-Haul


    2009

    November

    October

      New York Electronic Art Festival (NYEAF 09) September 29 - October 31, 2009

    • Harvestworks, New York, NY.
      October 23, 2009. 7PM. SoundTracks. Interactive demonstration of assistive technology device used to create animated drawings with sound. SoundTracks was initially developed with and for Ann Chamberlain.

      Events in Honor of Merce- Memorial.

    • Park Avenue Armory, NY
      October 28, 2009. 4:00 - 9:00 PM. Group improvisation with Curtis Bahn, Brenda Hutchinson, Christian Marclay, Ikue Mori, Emanuel Dimas de Melo Pimenta, Larry Polansky, Christian Wolff for Merce Cummingham's Memorial Event.

    September

    July

    June

      White Noise at James Cohan Gallery, NY, NY.

    • June 18 - August 12. A group exhibition featuring works that exist at the intersection of visual art, music and sound by artists of different generations. In the exhibition, there will be sounds to be looked at and objects to be heard. It will explore how sound can obliterate as well as elevate; how silence can involve both absence and presence.
      My work in this show, Ambiences from Nothing Like Dreaming, was previously part of Rock's Role: After Ryonanji curated by Ron Kuivila at Art in General in 2004.

    May

    March

      Presented by West Kortright Center/ South Kortright School, S. Kortright, NY.

    • March 2- 4, 2009. Equinox Celebration and Residency. Assisted Anne Gohrel with schoolwide performances and installations. Produced 8 minute video "Chili Cook-Off".

    February

      Subtropics 20.
      February 26- March 29, 2009. Miami Beach, FL.

    • February 20, 2009. Preview Opening- Giant Music Box. Sound installations at the Bass Museum of Art. with David, Dunn, Russell Frehling, Tom Hamilton, Alvin Lucier, Alison Knowles, Gustavo Matamoros, Phill Niblock, Steve Peters and Davey Williams
    • February 27, 2009.
    • Performance on Concert II- "Erasure". Other performances by: Jim Staley/Ikue Mori/Davey Williams & the Fishtank Ensemble, David Dunn & Phill Niblock, Steve Peters, Paula Matthusen, UOM, Jaime Reveles, Jaclyn Heyen, David Dean Mendoza, Erik DeLuca, Nicole Martinez, Adam Sheppard, Armando Rodriguez, Julio Roloff
    • February 28, 2008. Marathon Concert


    2008

    December

      Lines of Sight. Radio Web MACBA.

    • LINES OF SIGHT takes its name from the interconnected points of the global resonant space created by radio and other wireless technologies. From out of the extraordinary array of music that plays on this world-wide stage, we will follow threads as diverse as musical notation and non-linear composition, and introduce artists who explore the ideas around transmission as a medium for creative expression. Curated by Barbara Held and Pilar Subira.

      December Sunwatch. Collaboration with free103point9

    • December Sunwatch is an online radio event, part of dailybell2008. To celebrate the last month of the project for this year I have invited people from all over the world to choose one day to observe and document a sunrise or sunset. The invitation is open-ended and responses could range from poetry and performance to recordings of local soundscapes. free103point9 will broadcast a different piece each day at noon EST (-5 GMT) from places throughout the US and Canada as well as from Europe, Korea, and Nepal.

      Sounds Elemental - FIRE

    • December 15- 19, 2008. Executive Producer. Associates of Independents in Radio (AIR) workshop at Harvestworks, Inc. Produce the second of two hour-long features in collaboration with workshop participants to be distributed by AIR.

      dailybell2008

    • Misc. locations in Northern California, New Jersey and New York City.
    • Other locations and times- TBA.

    November

      Fun Faire - Presentation

    • Dates TBA. West Kortright Centre and South Kortright School. Day long exhibitions, extravaganza and performances with S. Kortright School and local communities.

      dailybell2008

    • Misc. locations in Northern California, New Jersey and New York City.
    • Other locations and times- TBA.

    October

      Categorically Not!: Entanglement

    • October 19, 2008. Categorically Not! follows from a first-Sunday-of the month science cabaret Entertaining Science founded by K.C. Cole and Roald Hoffmann at the Cornelia Street Cafe in New York some years ago. An evening of multidisciplinary conversation about a different topic each month. At USC in Los Angeles. Other Guests TBA.

      dailybell2008

    • Misc. locations in Bay Area, Yosemite and Los Angeles, California; Montana.

    September

      Fun Faire - Residency

    • Dates TBA. West Kortright Centre and South Kortright School. Research and workshops for the production and collaborative creation of day long exhibitions and performances with students, staff, faculty and local community.

      dailybell2008

    • Misc. locations in Northern California, New Jersey, New York City and upstate New York.
    • Other locations and times- TBA.

    August

      dailybell2008

    • Misc. locations in Northern California, New Jersey, New York City and upstate New York.
    • Other locations and times- TBA.

    July

      dailybell2008

    • Misc. locations in Northern California; New Jersy, Philadelphia and Harrisburg, PA.
    • Other locations and times- TBA.

    June

      Possibility of Action: The Life of the Score.

    • June 17 - October 5, 2008. Group Show. SoundTracks- Collaboration with Ann Chamberlain. MACBA Documentation Center of Barcelona, Spain.

      dailybell2008

    • Misc. locations in Northern California, New Jersey, New York City and upstate New York

    May

      dailybell2008

    • Misc. locations in Northern California and New York City.

    April

      dailybell2008

    • Misc. locations in Bay Area. Northern California.

    March

      dailybell2008

    • March 20. Vernal Equinox. Let's meet and ring in theExploratorium parking lot at 7AM and 7PM. Bring bells if you have them. Otherwise, I'll have some extras. dailybell2008
    • You can go to Equinox time schedule for time information in your local area

    • March 28 & 29. Sonic Fragments Festival. Princeton University, NJ.
    • March 7 - 25. Misc. locations in the Bay Area, Calif.
    • March 1 - 6. Misc. locations in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Dead Sea, Israel.

    February

      dailybell2008

    • Feb. 25 - 29. Misc. locations in Barcelona, Spain.
    • Feb. 17 - 24. Misc. locations in Frankfurt and Wolfsburg, Germany.
    • Tuesday February 5th. Sunrise 7:11AM PST and Sunset 5:36PM PST. Great Highway in San Francisco. Let's meet and ring across the street from Fulton Street in the parking lot at the beach. Bring your bells.

    January

      dailybell2008

    • One year performance and Invitation to participate in twice daily bell ringing.
    • go to dailybell2008 for current information and postings about the project


    2007

    November

    October

      10/4, 10/11, 10/18 Creative Growth Workshops. www.creativegrowth.org

    • Collaboration with Ann Chamberlain. Recording and Sound Track Drawing workshops with physically, mentally and developmentally disabled adult artists in Oakland, CA.

    July

      7/9 -8/3. MFA Program at the Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts. Bard College.

    June

      6/1. Panel Presenation at ECSITE. Lisbon, Portugal

      6/7. Performance at NIME conference. New York, NY

    May

    February/March

      2/27 - 3/30. Travel to India and Malaysia

    • 3/3 - 3/14 Attend teachings of Dalai Lama in Dharamsala, India

    2006

    December

      12/2. Performance at ROULETTE. New York, NY.

    November

      11/29. Performance at THE STONE. New York, NY.

    October

      BELL PROJECT SCHEDULE (continues)

    • Sun. 10/1. Saguaro National Park. Tucson, AZ
    • Mon. 10/2. Mom's old apartment. Tucson, AZ
    • Tues. 10/3. Gelson's Market. Los Angeles, CA
    • Wed. 10/4. National Steinbeck Center. Salinas, CA
    • Thurs. 10/5. Williams Elementary School. San Jose, CA.
    • Thurs. 4:30-6PM. World Can't Wait. Drive bell and ring it around San Francisco during rush hour. Ring while driving and invite pedestrians to ring when the car is stopped
    • Fri. 10/6. 11AM Arrive at the Exploratorium to deliver the Bell
    • Sat. 10/7. 2PM Presentation in the McBean Theater. Exploratorium. SF, CA
    • Sun. 10/8. 2PM Presentation in the McBean Theater. Exploratorium. SF, CA
    • THE FUN SHOW Residency and Performance

    • Fri. 10/13 - Fri. 10/27 Residency.
    • Sat. 10/28 7:00 PM performance.
    • West Kortright Centre. 49 West Kortright Church Road. East Meredith, NY 13757.
    • contact: TEL: 607.278.5454 http://www.westkc.org

    September

      BELL PROJECT SCHEDULE

    • Friday 9/1. ALL DAY- Pick up trailer and load bell. Brooklyn, MI
    • Sat. 9/2. Bell Ringing at Snyders. Bloomfield Hills, MI.
    • Sun. 9/3. Noon - 1:30. Bell Ringing at Public Square. Cleveland, OH.
    • Mon. 9/4. Bell Ringing in Lebanon with Norman's sister, Isabel. Lebanon, PA.
    • Tues. 9/5. Bell Ringing at Bard College. Annandale, NY. Drive to Kingston. Bell Ringing at Pauline's house.
    • Wed. 9/6 West Kortright Centre. West Meredith, NY.
    • 2:00 - 3:00 Bell Ringing at nearby school
    • Thurs. 9/7. Bell Ringing at Hudson Flea Market on 347 Warren Street. Hudson, NY
    • Fri. 9/8 Bell Ringing at 6 & B Community Garden. NY, NY
    • Sat. 9/9. Noon - 1:00 Bell Ringing at Lambertville Elementary Schoolyard. Lambertville, NJ
    • Sun. 9/10. Bell Ringing at Dock. Annapolis, MD
    • Mon. 9/11. Bell Ringing at Arlington National Cemetery. Arlington, VA
    • Tues. 9/12. 1:30PM. Visit Anna Rubin's Electronic Music class. UMBC, MD.
    • Wed. 9/13. Bell Ringing Weaver's Market. Carrboro, NC
    • Thurs. 9/14. Pedros South of the Border. Dillon, South Carolina
    • Fri. 9/15. Hostel in the Forest. Brunswick, Georgia
    • Sat. 9/16. 11 AM. Orange County regional History Center. Orlando, FL
    • Mon. 9/18. 2:30PM. Elementary School. Homosassa, FL
    • Tues. 9/19 Modnight. Parking lot. Pensacola, FL
    • Wed. 9/20. 3:30PM. Dock. Gulfport, Mississippi
    • Thurs. 9/21. 2:30 & 4PM. 9th Ward and Jackson Square. New Orleans, LA. Opelousas, LA
    • Fri. 9/22. 8:30PM. Convention Center parking lot. Houston, TX
    • Sat. 9/23. Convience Store. Mart, TX.
    • Sun. 9/24. Noon- Camp Casey. 1;30PM- Prairie Chapel Ranch (Bush's Ranch). Crawford, TX
    • Sun. 9/24. 4PM. Former compund of David Koresh. Waco,TX
    • Mon. 9/25. Prison parking lot. Huntsville.
    • Tues. 9/26. 12:30. Rosedale School. Austin, TX.
    • Tues. 9/26. 2:30. Alamo. San Antonio, TX.
    • Wed. 9/27. Noon. Del Rio, TX. 2:00PM Acuna, MEXICO.
    • 7:00PM. Marfa Lights viewing station. Marfa, TX
    • Thurs. 9/28. Noon. Chianti Foundation. Marfa, TX.
    • 1:30PM. Ft. Davis Historical Site. Alpine, TX
    • Fri. 9/29. El Paso - TBA. and Ciudad Juarez, MEXICO- TBA
    • Sat. 9/30. Lordsburg, New Mexico- TBA
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