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Monday, July 13, 2020

Music Monday 7/13: Acoustic Music, Murray Music on the Lawn

Acoustic Music SLC hosts Tom Brosseau, Branson Anderson Not only has Acoustic Music re-opened its doors (with one-at-a-time and must-have-a-mask rules, of course), they’re helping to safely-as-can-be revitalize the existence of live music shows, too.

Friday, June 26, 2020

Life or Death Music Matters with Doug Kruithof

Protest songs have been a common theme in the music section of City Weekly lately, for obvious reasons.

Friday, June 19, 2020

Musical Juneteenth Celebrations

With COVID-19 and with the upheaval of protests going on, it’s been a stressful year, and a stressful summer so far.

Friday, June 12, 2020

Get Well with Shea Freedom

Live streams have kind of … dropped off in recent weeks, as it seems many people across the country have been taken up either by participating in protests or keeping tabs on them online.

Monday, June 1, 2020

Music Update June 1: Music Industry Black Out for Black Lives Matter

It seems every part of American society—from average people to celebrities to brands and companies—is trying to figure out what role they can play in the wave of nationwide dissent in response to the death of George Floyd, along with wider criticisms about racial injustice and police brutality.

Thursday, May 28, 2020

Music Update May 28

Streamtacular Twitch Party w/ Derek Russo, Choice (China Doll), Matthew Fit, Siak It’s all DJ’s on deck.

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Music Update May 25: Socially-Distanced Date Night in Peoa

Quarantine has put many couples to the test, and anyone who has made it this far with their romantic partner still by their side deserves to celebrate that.

Friday, May 22, 2020

Holiday Weekend Music Update

Virtual Fest for S&S Before Ritt Momney got their start as indie darlings on the rise, they were playing shows at Kilby Court, just like any other small local band.

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Music Update: Utah Symphony 80th Anniversary Online, Madeleine Choir School

Utah Symphony Celebrates its 80th Anniversary Online The Utah Symphony has one thing right: People are definitely missing nights out and special occasions, the excuse to celebrate. And just because the state has deemed it A-OK for businesses to start reopening doesn’t mean they are, and that goes for the entertainment sector, too.

Monday, May 11, 2020

State Room "Poster Project" Fundraiser

Like live music shows themselves—where the simple act of ambling into a venue, paying for a beer or two and standing around with friends used to seem mundane—the simple fact of a good show poster also seems dear and nostalgic right now.

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