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Toots & The Maytals, N.A.S.A., Snowbird Tent Revival, Green Day, Franz Ferdinand, The Dead Weather & Wurlitzer Wednesday

Live: Music Picks Aug. 13-19

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Aug 12,2009 - No disrespect to Toots & The Maytals, but if the past several Twilight Concerts have killed your endurance for large crowds, consider skipping the headliner and showing up only for tonight's opening act, N.A.S.A.

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Bombs & Beating Hearts, Brother Reade, Starlight Mints, Acoustic All-Stars & Damon Fowler

Live: Music Picks July 30-August 5

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Jul 29,2009 - Joining local dining establishments Caffe Niche, Pat's Barbecue and Sun & Moon Cafe, among others, Vertical Diner recently embraced the winning combination of tasty vittles and sounds.

Music Articles

Land of Talk, M. Ward, Kilby Court Anniversary, Snowbird Rock & Blues, Bowerbirds, Texas Summer & Vetiver

Live: Music Picks July 23-29

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Jul 22,2009 - City Weekly contributor Brian Staker wrote a fine feature on this week’s Twilight Concert Series headliner, M. Ward but concertgoers would be remiss to skip opening act Land of Talk...

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SLC Film Fest Benefit, Grace Potter & the Nocturnals, Truckstop Honeymoon, Blazed & Confused, Ryan Avery

Live: Music Picks July 16-22

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Jul 15,2009 - Local instrumental metal duo Cornered by Zombies bring the noise harder than bands twice their size, joining Le Force as one of the city's fiercest two-pieces.

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Jenny Lewis, Bon Iver, SLC International Jazz Festival, Snowbird Mountain Music Festival, Death Cab For Cutie, Ra Ra Riot, Andrew Bird

Live: Music Picks July 9-15

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Jul 8,2009 - After months of hand-wringing anticipation, Salt Lake City Arts Council's 2009 Twilight Concert Series kicks off this evening with a dreamy bill featuring...

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Cub Country

Second Stage: Jeremy Chatelain enters a new phase with Cub Country’s Smile.

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Jul 1,2009 - "I get these wild ideas like, 'I'm going to go on tour!' And I can't go on tour--I own a house and I have a kid. I can barely play on weekends," Jeremy Chatelain says with a grin. The Utah native doesn't much miss life on the road...

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Townie, War Tapes, Scotty Russell, Lord Mandrake, Drum & Bugle Corps

Live: Music Picks July 2-8

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Jul 1,2009 - As bassist in Salt Lake City’s High Beams, Jason Rock established himself as not simply a solid rhythm-keeper but also a memorable performer who swayed to music onstage with infectious energy ...

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Andrew Glassett

Get It?: Andrew Glassett’s sentimental noise.

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Jun 24,2009 - Andrew Glassett recently spent two months in Japan on tour with Utah's Uzi and Ari playing what he considers to be "sentimental" music--songs about childhood, about romantic relationships...

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Utah Arts Festival, The Hood Internet, Vibrant Sound, Matisyahu, Dub Trio & Cursive

Live: Music Picks June 25-July 1

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Jun 24,2009 - The 2009 Utah Arts Festival isto borrow a line from KRCLs Bad Brad Wheeler locally made, locally played. That is, particularly where performing arts are concerned, the annual four-day event gives top billing to homegrown talent with several stages highlighting Utah bands.
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