Music Picks | Salt Lake City Weekly

Live Music Picks: September 14-20

Mariachi Sol de Jalisco, Gov’t Mule, La Calavera, Samantha Fish and more.

Live Music Picks: September 7-13

Berlin, X, Joshua James, Talia Keys and more.

Live Music Picks: August 31-September 6

The Roots, Joshy Soul, ZZ Top, Crucialfest and more.

Live Music Picks: August 24-30

Andrew Bird, Lætitia Sadier, The Drifters, Nicholas Petricca and more.
Andrew Bird is a rare bird.

Live Music Picks: August 17-23

Cat Power, Trombone Shorty, Cracker, Die Antwoord and more.
Chan Marshall, going by her nom-de-tune Cat Power, is an indie singer-songwriter whose sound is marked by sparse instrumentation, yet profound depth of emotion and subject matter.

Live Music Picks: August 10-16

Solange, Emily Saliers, Sylvan Esso, Willie Nelson and more.
City Weekly announced the Twilight Concert Series lineup in April, I wrote that Solange's music is miles better than that of her sister, Beyoncé.

Live Music Picks: August 3-9

Kamasi Washington, Tolchock Trio, Steve Earle & the Dukes, Old 97’s and more.
The well-curated Twilight Concert Series almost always features predominantly indie rock and conscious hip-hop acts—not so many collaborative jazz cats.

Live Music Picks: July 27-August 2

Free Salamander Exhibit, 90s Television, Lucinda Williams, Camila and more.
In the beginning (aka the '80s), there was Idiot Flesh.

Live Music Picks: July 20-26

The Music of Prince with the Utah Symphony, Club Nouveau, Social Distortion, UB40 and more.
Prince has passed on to the great Paisley Park in the sky, to rule an afterlife where things are much easier than in this mortal realm.

Live Music Picks: July 13-19

Suzanne Vega, North Mississippi Osborne, Beach Fossils, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe and more.
Suzanne Vega is the author and velvety voice behind "Tom's Diner," originally an a cappella track.

Live Music Picks: July 6-12

Pig, Charlie Parr, Donny & Marie Osmond, Michelle Moonshine Trio and more.
Some artists are so good at hype.

Live Music Picks: June 29-July 5

!!!, Jelly Bread, Guitar Wolf, Darklord and more.
!!! (Chk Chk Chk). What more need I say?

Live Music Picks: June 22-28

Coin, Grits Green, Vans Warped Tour, Visigoth and more.
Nashville indie pop band Coin sounds squeaky clean and produced.

Live Music Picks: June 15-24

Black Lips, Ron S., Utah Blues Festival and more.
What happens when the bad kids in school—the spitball-throwing, rubber band-flipping, smokin'-in-the-boys'-room guys—start a band?

Live Music Picks: June 8-14

Street Fever, Morbid Angel, The Kingston Trio, and more.
With their penchant for slathering video models in slick black oil and a thrumming, portentous sound that one would expect to hear in a Nicolas Winding Refn film, Street Fever is a haunting homage to the golden age of brooding post-punk and synthwave music—with an industrial influence.

Live Music Picks: June 1-7

Ogden Music Festival, Dead & Company, The Slow Poisoner and more.
For four years, Ogden Friends of Acoustic Music (OFoAM) put on two of the most anticipated local music festivals.

Live Music Picks: May 25-31

Ballyhoo!, Dave Bowen Quartet, Cool Ghouls and more.
Utah winters are known for their annoying tendency to overstay their welcome.

Live Music Picks: May 18-24

Mono, Hot Tuna, Jessica Hernandez & the Deltas and more.
Tokyo foursome Mono is difficult to pin down.


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