Pueblo-based musical outfit, The Haunted Windchimes, were kind enough to show us around their hometown. They took us to some great places and opened our eyes to a Pueblo reality that we didn’t know existed. The Haunted Windchimes are Inaiah Lujan, Desirae Garcia, Chela Lujan, Mike Clark and Sean Fanning.

The Haunted Windchimes’ Pueblo:

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In the video below, you can watch The Haunted Windchimes play their musical instruments, sing and walk down Pueblo’s Union Avenue – AT ONCE!

 

8 Responses to A Night on the Town with The Haunted Windchimes

  1. Brandy says:

    These talented people make the world a better place!

  2. Jeremy says:

    Why didn’t Sean play his bass??

  3. Inaiah says:

    We had a blast hanging out with Noel and Craig… Glad to have been apart of this. Could you imagine Sean dragging his upright bass down Union Ave? Haha, that would have been a sight to see.
    LOVE.

  4. Johnmark says:

    It looks like Michel Clark almost wandered off a few times.

  5. Gilbert Garcia says:

    Next Time I would like to see Sean playing his Bass while pulling it on a little red wagon! Great video!

  6. Lael says:

    Oh!I just love you people so much! And I love krcc for arranging this little jaunt down union and filming it, and for delivering it to my overfed inbox.

    Bless you beauties for making the world better with your genius and grace! i miss you..

  7. Great people. Great music. They make me want to move to Pueblo!

  8. I grew up in Pueblo and this brought back so many memories…Loved your video…*S*

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