Live: Music Picks June 23-29

Neon indian, Bossa Nova, The Beach Boys and more

Live: Music Picks June 16-22

Crucialfest, The Monkees, Utah Blues Festival and more

Live: Music Picks June 9-15

Yardsss, Wrtch, Orgone, ALO, Talia Keys and more

Live: Music Picks June 2-8

Washed Out, Ghostland Observatory, Sister Sledge, Belinda Carlisle and more
From Ogden's music fest to the PRIDE jams - summer has begun!!

Live: Music Picks May 26-31

Voivod, Buildt to Spill, The Kills and more
FRIDAY 5.27 Voivod Quebecois metal innovators Voivod will celebrate their 35th anniversary next year. That's one helluva long career for a band that's existed largely in the cult realm.

Live: Music Picks May 19-25

Paul Simon, Pentagram, Dead Meadow and more
I recall thinking while standing alone watching Paul Simon, who went first, how seeing just one of these legendary songwriters was a big deal.

Live: Music Picks May 12-18

Night Demon, Lucius, Tortoise, Jedi Mind Tricks and more
Their music always incorporated plenty of punk influence and, toward the end, they edged toward a more industrial sound.

Live: Music Picks May 5-11

THURSDAY 5.5 Eighth Annual Utah Beat Society It's just not fair. In bands, singers and guitar players get all the attention, causing woe for drummers, whose beats drive the music.

Live: Music Picks Apr. 28-May 4

We're talkin' about Salsa Brava, Mambo Jumbo, Ritmo Caliente and Orquesta Latinos

Live: Music Picks Apr. 21-27

McQueen Jazz, Talia Keys, Frightened Rabbit and more
THURSDAY 4.21 McQueen Jazz Festival In case there was any doubt, Ogden's McQueen Jazz Festival was named after legendary hometown saxman Joe McQueen, now in his sixth decade of performing (April 18 was the State of Utah's declared Joe McQueen Day). Six years in the works, it's intended as a tribute to the legacy of the musician who put the town on the map in the jazz world, performing with several generations of musical greats.

Live: Music Picks Apr. 14-20

Gene Loves Jezebel, Nathaniel Rateliff, Booker T. Jones and more
That's too bad, because the sassy rocker got so much airplay here in Salt Lake City.

Live: Music Picks Apr. 7-13

Joshy Soul and The Cool, Father John Misty, Gary Clark Jr. and more
THURSDAY 4.7 Joshy Soul and The Cool At only 26, Joshy Soul (born Joshua David Strauther) sounds like he's been playing music since the heyday of Motown, Sun and Stax/Volt. Fittingly, he describes his debut release Vintage Dreamin' (JoshySoul.Bandcamp.com) as "an album for old souls who miss the old ways of music and lifestyle."

Live: Music Picks Mar. 31 - Apr. 6

Red Rock Hot Club, Joanna Newsom, Sunflower Bean and more
Thursday's free show features the Red Rock Hot Club, a quartet purveying acoustic "gypsy swing dance tunes."

Live: Music Picks Mar. 24-30

White Denim, Santigold, Cullen Omori and more
FRIDAY 3.25 White Denim, Sam Cohen Since 2013's Corsicana Lemonade, James Petralli and bassist Steve Terebecki—White Denim's sole remaining founding members—have added multi-instrumentalist Mike St. Claire, guitarist Jonathan Horne and drummer Jeffery Olson. Rejuvenated by new blood, and the release on their seventh studio album, Stiff (Downtown), the Austin-based band is blowing the doors off of venues across the states with a sound reminiscent of its earlier works: relentless, Texas-rooted guitar riffs bolstered by coursing drum chops and glazed with the sweet vocals of Petralli.

Live: Music Picks Mar. 17-23

Young Dubliners, The Portland Cello Project, Adult Books and more
The Dubs' songwriting and energy whips crowds into a blissful, drunken frenzy.

Live: Music Picks Mar. 10-16

Best of Utah Music 2016 & local Music happenings
Plague Vendor, Mickey Avalon, Green Velvet, Nate Lowpass

Live: Music Picks Mar. 3-9

Johnny Love, Vince Staples, The Rev. Horton Heat and more
Love developed an appreciation of reggae, rocksteady, ska and cumbia.

Live: Music Picks Feb. 25 - Mar. 5

Freakwater, The Yawpers, Animal Collective and more
Their brand of country-folk is a study in American gothic—minimal and melancholy

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