Why It’s Hard To Fit Pueblo Band The Haunted Windchimes Into One Genre

July 28, 2016
Photo: Pueblo band The Haunted Windchimes(Courtesy Malissa Ahlin)
From left to right: Mike Clark, Chela Lujan, Inaiah Lujan and Desirae Garcia of Pueblo band The Haunted Windchimes.

Pueblo band The Haunted Windchimes may have been born in the wrong decade. The group's sound transports listeners to another time. And songs off its latest album "Rattle Your Bones," which came out in May, have elements of Americana, folk, even some country and blues.

The band performs tonight at the Larimer Lounge in Denver. The show starts at 8 p.m. 

Singer and guitarist Inaiah Lujan and his sister, Chela Lujan, who sings and plays banjo, are two of the four band members. They spoke with Colorado Matters host Ryan Warner.