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  • Too High to Die

    Youthful indiscretion leads to a lifelong obsession with the Meat Puppets.
      I've never bought into the idea that drugs or booze should be a requirement for enjoying a band. Such mind-altering approaches might be necessary enhancement for appreciating some acts (ahoy, jam-band fans!). They're also a solid excuse for appreciating others (howdy, EDM lovers!).
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  • Life-Changing Experience

    Hendrix tribute brings Jimi's old bass player and amazing cast of guitarists to Utah.
      Billy Cox heard Jimi Hendrix playing guitar before he ever laid eyes on the man who would go on to be one of the revolutionary forces of rock 'n' roll. Cox and Hendrix were both teenagers serving in the Army and stationed at Fort Campbell, Ky., in 1961.
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  • Him Again

    Howard Jones is an '80s icon, Utah stalker and a one-man gateway to synth-pop's glories.
      HoJo refers to Howard Jones, but you already knew that.
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  • American Music

    After more than three decades, Violent Femmes' sound remains utterly their own.
      The Violent Femmes' sound is so original (some would say weird) that they're pretty much incapable of being ripped off
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  • Grateful Platters

    City Weekly music scribes give thanks for the music.
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  • Wearing the Band

    The right concert T-shirt makes memories last long after the music ends
      Music fans often feel compelled, even obligated, to buy shirts when they experience live shows.
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  • Dave & Phil Alvin & The Guilty Ones

    Long estranged rockers make up for Lost Time
      Redemption stories of brothers putting aside their differences for the sake of family—and great music—are a rarer thing.
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  • Tolchock Trio Final Show

    One band's move to L.A. marks the end of an era, and Tolchock Trio.
      When drummer Dan Thomas moved to Salt Lake City from Minneapolis in August 2000, he already had a plan to start a band with friends Oliver Lewis and Ryan Fedor.
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  • Rooftop Concert Series: Get Off My Cloud

    Local artists cover Rolling Stones classics
      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.
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  • Sports Night

    Root for the home team with pre- and post-game eats & drinks
      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
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Ryan Tanner & the Perfect Song Ryan Tanner & the Perfect Song Local troubadour wins songwriting contest June 09, 2011

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