EILEN JEWELL Shelter In Place session

JEFFREY FOUCAULT Shelter In Place session

AMY HELM Shelter In Place session

VALERIE JUNE Shelter In Place session

FEUFOLLET Shelter In Place session

BILL FRISELL Shelter In Place session

Santa Fe’s nonprofit provider of alt-country, folk, blues, rock, & world music.


stay-at-home vids from our favorite artists, chefs & speakers


Welcome to the SHELTER IN PLACE sessions—original, exclusive and intimate videos for our audiences by musicians, chefs, artists, cultural figures, and leaders in the effort to make our world more sustainable. It’s all free, and we add to the series regularly. Please take a minute to check out th...

JEFFREY FOUCAULT – Shelter in Place session.

EILEN JEWELL’s – Shelter In Place session


Southwest Roots Music
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In light of yesterday's spotlight on Louisiana artists, we'd like to take a moment to re-share Leyla McCalla's #ShelterInPlace session from last October. Her voice is honest, and her melodies are gorgeous. Enjoy!
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Leyla McCalla - Lavi Vya Neg (Shelter in Place Sessions)
Support live music by donating at: https://paypal.me/SouthwestRootsMusicThe 3rd annual Wine, Jazz & World FETE features FREE online concerts and in-home visi...


OK Roots Music and Southwest Roots Music (virtually) hosted my Shelter in Place session last month. You can check it out here! https://t.co/lZsM8irzCo @OKrootsMusic

Happy Fat Tuesday! Check out recent sessions w @Feufollet @LeylaMcCalla Louis Michot @lostbayouramble @Delfeayo Marsalis @SWRootsMusic (Shelter in Place Sessions) https://t.co/3wSAQYrzlN

Our fave recent tasty Shelter in Place Sessions - intimate performance vids - have been by @eilenjewell @TheValerieJune @BillFrisell @marcribotmusic @JeffreyFoucault. https://t.co/8OXQHvwZXO


NOW AVAILABLE VIRTUALLY! One of our favorite outreach programs places ninth-generation Nigerian drummer Akeem Ayanniyi in schools and libraries, where he engages students in conversation about Africa and forms an ensemble with the kids using the traditional ashiko, djembe and bata drums.

For two decades, Southwest Roots Music has provided free educational outreach activities for more than 20,000 New Mexicans, from grade schoolers to seniors. Activities have included interactive demonstrations and workshops with internationally touring artists, dance lessons, film programs, sustainable cuisine events, and in-school programs. If you would like to arrange free Southwest Roots Music outreach programming in your school or community center, please contact us at ThirstyEarFest@gmail.com.

Thank You Sponsors and Supporters

Thanks for your support: Santa Fe Performance Exchange, Kitchen Sink Studio, Occasional Music and Rick & Gail Thaler, Hotel Santa Fe, Double D Productions, George Kaiser Family Foundation, New Mexico Arts (a division of the Dept. of Cultural Affairs) and the National Endowment for the Arts.