The Hard Road Trio Lights Up Lyles Farm - LasCruces.com

Quarter Moon Music, Las Cruces’ newest outdoor concert venue at Lyles Farm, welcomes the Hard Road Trio, with special guests, Friday, August 27, 6:30 p.m. Joining the Trio on stage are Las Cruces musicians Daisy Blue and American Idol contestant Dzaki Sukarno. Food trucks and vendors will be on site, along with craft brews from Spotted Dog Brewery. Tickets are $25. Doors open at 6 p.m. Seating is limited so get your tickets now! For more information, visit the Facebook page, or call 575-526-1919.

The Hard Road Trio – made up of Steve Smith on mandolin and vocals; Chris Sanders on guitar and vocals; and Anne Luna on bass and vocals – delivers three distinctive voices blending into one original sound with enchanting harmonies. Based in New Mexico, the Trio has toured the United States for over eleven years, appearing at venues like Berkeley’s Freight & Salvage and Swallow Hill in Denver. Making the festival circuit, they have played such notable events as the High Mountain Hay Fever Festival and the Rice Festival. Their music has won New Mexico Music Awards and is played on radio stations across the country, including Sirius Radio. In addition to teaching at notable music camps, such as Camp Bluegrass, the Trio presents their own Desert Night Acoustic Music Camps, including the Southwest Mandolin Camp.

Daisy Blue is a New Mexico-based singer/songwriter who has been performing all-original music professionally for 4 years.  She performs a wide variety of Americana, Folk, Blue Grass, and Blues, with a sound that is best described as “quirky, honest, and inspirational.” A recipient of Best Indie Song of the Year at the New Mexico Music Awards, Daisy has been a top finalist in the Battle of the Bands, has opened for Keith Urban and has made the rounds of music festivals and concert series across the Southwest.

Born in Okinawa, Japan, to Indonesian parents, Dzaki Sukarno gets his love for music from his father Muhammad, who taught his son how to play guitar at a very young age. Country music being his genre of choice, Dzaki was a contestant on American Idol during the 2020-2021 season. Continuing his education at New Mexico State University, he remains busy in Las Cruces, playing gigs at local venues and entertaining his thousands of followers on Tik Tok.

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