POSTED // Jan 31,2013 - Ken Stringfellow is hard to get a fix on, both because his music is listenable without being too easily accessible to a mainstream audience, and because his output is limited. Well, it is and it isn’t.
POSTED // Jan 24,2013 - Sparkles, astronauts and pineapples adorn the cover of Hang Time’s self-titled debut album and make it clear that this new local band is all about whimsy, fun and the kind of music ...
POSTED // Jan 24,2013 - With its tight-knit communities and popular neighborhood stomping grounds, it’s impossible to avoid running into people you know on any given day in any corner of Salt Lake City. The music scene is no exception.
POSTED // Jan 24,2013 - Onstage, Jim Heath, aka The Reverend Horton Heat, is a big, bad rock & roller with a devious grin that’s slicker than his hair; his ear-blistering guitar-slinging abilities must have been earned
POSTED // Jan 17,2013 - It’s that feeling you get when you hear your favorite song, or when you’re at a concert with a chest-pounding beat and you just can’t help but dance. The power of music is a mighty thing.
POSTED // Jan 17,2013 - Gil Friesen, former president of A&M Records, was at a Leonard Cohen performance several years ago. Having smoked a joint prior—“The most expensive joint I’d ever smoked”—he was lost in the music.