The 10th Season of the
Ted Ramirez Concert Series
Teodoro "Ted" Ramirez is a Southwest folk musician from Tucson, Arizona. His music is rooted in traditional music and stories of the Americas. He has served as the Artist-in-Residence at the Tubac Presidio Museum for 10 years. His annual Tubac concert series has become a very popular music event from Southern Arizona.
This season, Ted is celebrating 10 years as the Tubac Presidio’s Artist-in-Residence. Faced with the realities of the Covid-19 virus, Ted elected to present a video version of his concert series.
We are pleased to announce the first of video concert will air on December 20, 2020 at 2pm (MST) on Facebook.
Ted and the Tubac Presidio are very proud to present, Peter McLaughlin and Chris Brashear in a 30-minute original concert produced by: Peter, Chris and Ted especially for the Tubac Presidio.
Insider tip: Ted will be announcing his upcoming concert dates right after the Peter McLaughlin Chris Brashear concert. We are very excited as Ted has planned a safe and absolutely terrific concert season for us, so please stay tuned!
The 10th Season of the Ted Ramirez Concert Series Presents:
Chris Brashear and Peter McLaughlin,
Sunday, December 20, 2020
2pm, Mountain Time
Virtual Concert on Facebook
Chris Brashear and Peter McLaughlin are two remarkable musicians. Performing together since 1992, the two have set a high standard in creative songwriting and in blending their voices to produce brother-like harmonies. Chris is a versatile multi-instrumentalist; Peter is a National Flatpicking Guitar Champion.
Their previous recordings, Canyoneers (2003) and So Long Arizona (2008), established the duo as leading performance artists and lyricists with a particular interest in the American Southwest.
In 2016, through a Museum of Northern Arizona artist residency program, the duo crafted a magical collection of acoustic music celebrating the Colorado Plateau. Songs for the Southwest (2018) includes “She Knows the River”, “Silverbell Mine”, “Too Thick to Drink, Too Thin to Plow” and “Slow River Running”, among other songs that weave together stories of love, tragedy and hope.
Help support the artists, concert series, and the Presidio by clicking on the Virtual Tip Jar and donating today!
So stay home, stay safe, but enjoy our 10th season's concert series! For more info contact the Presidio at firstname.lastname@example.org or (520) 398-2252.