Very sad to report that Victoria has passed away.
May 5, 2014, from Don: My darling Victoria passed away around 7:50 this evening.
My twin soul, my muse, my angel voice, I will always love you.
Go with God, my love.
Our newest album "Get Me Down The Road" is due out in April.
It is our last album together, recorded August - November, 2014.
Don's new website: www.nightpeopledance.com , has all the latest info on his appearances, recordings and will feature a special page (in the works) on Victoria.
This website is a friend's tribute to
the charm and artistry
Don and Victoria Armstrong
"What their singing does for the soul,
that's what music is for."
and mystery of the Southwest as seen through the eyes of two brilliant
singer-songwriters, Don & Victoria Armstrong. Cowboy songs, inspired
Mexican songs and evocative, sensitive originals in an ever-expanding
repertoire of hauntingly beautiful compositions overlaid with stunning
--Review of "Songs
Along the Rio Grande" CD from Folk Times
"Magnifico!" -Travis Edmonson (Bud and Travis)
"A great take on the beauty and mystery of our southwest" -Tom Russell
Victoria's classic composition (written with Pat Garvey),
of the Game,"
recorded by Judy Collins, Steve Goodman and others,
from their CD, "Chico and the Cherokee Gal," "Stars Far Away"
MP3 music excerpts
from three of their other CDs:
"Along the Navajo Trail" (Live
recordings of western songs)
Travis Edmonson was a tremendous influence on Don and Victoria's music,
and on May 9, 2008, they had the honor of performing "Malaguena Salerosa"
in a tribute concert
to Travis. Michael J. Ronstadt on harmony vocal and Bobby Ronstadt on accordion.
Travis passed away one year later, to the day.
This song is featured on their new CD, "Telling the Tale" (above)
to Travis and to Erik Darling
Contact, bookingand CD info:
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