New columnist alert!

New columnist alert!

This week we welcome a new A&E writer, Alex Vick, who has been involved in the Durango music scene for years. Among his many music side hustles, he currently plays in Immediate Family and Your Bones (which you can go see at Punk Rock Breakfast on Saturday).

When he’s not head thrashing or in the depths of a mosh pit, Vick is also the creative director for The Hive, a nonprofit that provides an inclusive safe space for youth, including music classes.

While maybe lesser known, Durango has a vibrant underground alternative music scene, and Vick plans to highlight and provide a platform for these musicians in town, and we’re excited to read about it.

The Telegraph is also still looking for an A&E writer who wants to focus on the bluegrass/jam band/Americana side of life. If you’re interested, reach out to telegraph@durangotelegraph.com.

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