Gene Keller, Doug Adamz, and Teresa Tudury are performing live at the Sunset Parlor, Sunday, Oct. 29 from 2-4 pm. Join us for a captivating afternoon of great music, wit, talent, and charm at El Paso’s new beautiful venue. $5 off until Oct. 25; Use code: Take5 Get your tickets: SunsetParlor.com $15 advance; $20 at door Doors open at 1:30 pm
Gene Keller was born in Compton CA, but has spent most of his life writing, performing, recording, and publishing in El Paso. His most recent work is a collection of songs from 2020-Painted Bird (2022). As a poet, he released a collection of four decades of work on the theme of the border – Tongue-Tied to the Border (2012). Keller professes the 99 Names of Poet, which include Maker, Seer, Healer, Songwriter, and Storyteller.
Doug Adamz is a seasoned songwriter who grew up in El Paso, lived in the San Francisco Bay Area for four decades then returned to his beloved Southwest home, now living in the mountains near Las Cruces. Adamz has recorded three albums of his songs and five of his internationally known instrumental compositions. Many ballet companies, including The Joffrey, have danced to his tunes. He’s composed for The Kronos Quartet and can be heard in a film by Robert Altman, a PBS documentary, and two Spanish television series. He’s performed with Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, Joan Baez, Peter Rowan and Maria Muldaur, and recorded with Huey Lewis. In a solo concert Adamz performs his songs accompanied by intricate finger-style guitar and harmonica and spiced with unexpected stories.
Teresa Tudury – Hold on to your seats as Teresa Tudury takes you on a musical journey of wild and powerful songs and stories from the depths of her incredibly rich and inspiring repertoire. Teresa Tudury is an absolute original. From her San Francisco roots to the Greek Islands to New York and La, she wakes up the music scene. Teresa creates loyal following and rave reviews wherever she performs. Our world is richer with such a rare talent in our midst.