Enjoy Al Hurricane, Jr., on July 20 at SWAN Park
Join Santa Fe Community College in welcoming Al Hurricane, Jr. when he performs for the Santa Fe Bandstand’s Southside show from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, July 20 at SWAN Park at Jaguar Drive and Highway 599. Santa Fe Community College and Presyterian Health Center are the event sponsors. Bring your dancing shoes and lawn chairs to this family-friendly event.
Al Hurricane Jr. is an American singer-songwriter. He is known as “The Godson” of New Mexico Music, a nickname that was inherited from his father Al Hurricane, who is considered the undisputed “Godfather” of New Mexico music. He has long been his father’s protégé. Al Jr. has many solo albums, and has contributed songs such as “Flor De Las Flores” to New Mexico’s unique style of Spanish music.
To get your weekend started, check out the Santa Fe Bandstand on Friday, July 19 when SFCC’s Executive Director of Marketing and Public Relations Todd Lovato joins rock band Sol Fire for their set beginning at 6 p.m. Then at 7:15 p.m. catch former SFCC governing board member Chris Abeyta when his classic Chicano rock band Lumbre del Sol plays.
Photo from Santa Fe Bandstand.