POSTED // Jul 5,2013 - The Rolling Stones have dozens of songs worthy of consideration for a tribute concert, stretching from the raw rock & roll of their Swinging London days through their gritty, drug-hazed R&B ’70s output to spotty pop-rock in the ’80s and beyond.
POSTED // Feb 18,2013 - Salt Lake City is becoming increasingly urbane in many aspects, and local sports fans are enjoying the benefits as much as foodies or fashionistas. From major-league sports to top-tier college athletics to minor-league
POSTED // Jul 5,2012 - Depending on when a person is introduced to Tom Petty’s music, one might know him as an aggressive garage-rocker, a pensive, acoustic-based songsmith, an early MTV pop-rock icon or the lucky SOB
POSTED // May 17,2012 - When you stroll through the Living Traditions Festival grounds and hear the array of sounds and smell the culinary crafts ranging from traditional African fare to Turkish grub to South American specialties
POSTED // Jan 26,2012 - Mark Olson says there are only so many songs that can be written before they’ll all be used up. And the co-founder of the Jayhawks is worried people in music-factory towns like Nashville might be penning more than their fair share.
POSTED // Nov 23,2011 - When it comes to college football, there’s little arguing that bigger is better. Schools across the country—a legion of wannabe USCs—are navigating their way into new conference affiliations
POSTED // Nov 1,2011 - Anna and Chris Brozek arrived in Salt Lake City five years ago, moving to town specifically to open Slowtrain music store. In the time since, they’ve expanded their store’s offerings
POSTED // Sep 1,2011 - I think about how fast kids grow up every time I hear something new from Eisley, a group of four Texas siblings and their cousin, whom I first encountered nearly a decade ago at a South by Southwest Music Festival showcase.