Andy Frasco, Pierce the Veil, and Black Sabbath
We Utahns love us some music that appeals to the heart and the head—and makes us think as well as laugh
Lynch Mob, Dixie Chicks, Juliette Lewis and more
A band that eschewed pop harmonies and bombast for a grittier, bluesier sound that still managed to be catchy.
Grimes, The Box Tops and Lost 80's Live
She's signed to Jay-Z's management company, records for the venerable major indie-label 4AD, and produces her own music.
Betty Blue, Rebelution, The Fixx and more...
THURSDAY 8.18 and SUNDAY 8.21
Batty Blue, Daisy & The Moonshines Album Release Shows
Kilby Court hosts two local CD releases this week.
Women's Redrock Music Festival, God's Revolver, Zakk Wylde and More
FRIDAY & SATURDAY 8.12-13
Women's Redrock Music Festival
The tiny southeastern town of Torrey is an unlikely place for an event celebrated as Utah's "Best Place for Women to Meet Women" (City Weekly's Best of Utah 2013). Yet hundreds of festivalgoers—mostly women—make the annual trek from all over the state and beyond for a whimsical weekend of intimate performances by independent female musicians in the charming, picture-perfect setting, and the local restaurants and bars warmly welcome them like family.
Pato Banton, Everclear, Los Lobos and more
At 54, Pato Banton is reggae royalty, originally gaining notice for his work with The English Beat and UB40.
Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn, Big Grams, Fictionist and more
The album is seasoned with Fleck's classical, jazz and world music influences, along with Washburn's more traditional folk stylings
Chet Faker, Dolly Parton, The Claypool Lennon Delirium and more
This is a fitting kickoff of the 2016 iteration of the Twilight Concert Series.
Eagles of Death Metal, Buckethead, Kimock and more
Eagles of Death Metal conjures only images of fun—and assorted bare body parts
David Liebe Hart, Neko Case, k.d. lang and Laura Veirs and more
He's the guy with the puppets who sings about aliens, eating your veggies, God and, much like alpha-outsider Daniel Johnston
Ogden Twilight, Vixen, Joe Russo's Almost Dead and more
I knew, instinctively, that I'd have to avoid the song, to never play it intentionally and always let it be an incidental joy.
Neon indian, Bossa Nova, The Beach Boys and more
Neon Indian's dreamy synth-pop broke out in a big way with 2009's Psychic Chasms (Lefse).
Crucialfest, The Monkees, Utah Blues Festival and more
Nine different showcases at three local venues, featuring three to six bands each night.
Yardsss, Wrtch, Orgone, ALO, Talia Keys and more
It'll be very fitting to witness both musical enterprises in a space devoted to vinyl, once seen as an ephemeral medium.
Washed Out, Ghostland Observatory, Sister Sledge, Belinda Carlisle and more
From Ogden's music fest to the PRIDE jams - summer has begun!!