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Live Music Picks: March 15-21

Coin, Bon Jovi, Cut Chemist, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Chick Corea and more.

Live Music Picks: March 8-14

They Might Be Giants, Datsik, Umphrey’s McGee, Mary Ocher and more.

Live Music Picks: March 1-7

Mr. Pickles Thrash-tacular, Gary Mullen, Blitzen Trapper, Mr. Carmack and more.

Live Music Picks: February 22-28

Busty and the Bass, Margo Price, Slim Cessna’s Auto Club, Dorothy and more.
So there's Chicago soul, Memphis soul, New Orleans soul, Philly soul ... But why doesn't anyone every talk about Montreal soul?

Live Music Picks: February 15-21

Cake, LP, Radio Moscow, Walk the Moon and more.
One payday evening in 1994, the new-release wall at CD Warehouse in Taylorsville didn't offer a helluva lot.

Live Music Picks: February 8-14

Cashmere Cat, Diet Cig, Dizzy Wright, Caroline’s Spine and more.
Magnus August Høiberg—aka Grammy-nominated Norwegian DJ/turntablist/producer Cashmere Cat—cut his teeth as an EDM guy at EDM festivals, and his music is more designed for bedroom introverts than frenzied club crowds.

Live Music Picks: February 1-7

Reverend Horton Heat, The Dickies, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Planet What and more.
Since 1985, musical spiritual leader Jim Heath has been evangelizing pretty much without rest.

Live Music Picks: January 25-31

Blackkiss, Chali 2na, Avatar, ZZ Ward and more.
It seems ironic that Pete Sands grew up on a Navajo reservation and wound up inspired by Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Elvis Presley, Loretta Lynn and Frank Sinatra.

Live Music Picks: January 18-24

Marilyn Manson, Sleep, Anti-Flag, Victor Wooten Trio, and more.
First things first: City Weekly sends its condolences to Marilyn Manson on the passing of his great-great-great-great-great grandfather, the LDS prophet Thomas Slayer Monson.

Live Music Picks: January 11-17

Anders Osborne, Lark & Spur, Krizz Kaliko, FireHouse and more.
Singer-songwriter Anders Osborne makes regular rounds through Salt Lake City, cruising through as recently as last summer with N.M.O., a side project with some of the dudes from the southern rock/blues group North Mississippi Allstars.

Live Music Picks: January 4-10

Richard Thompson, Jail City Rockers, Arturo Sandoval, Booker T. Jones and more.
English singer/songwriter Richard Thompson has had a five-decade career, beginning in the classic folk group Fairport Convention, but he's never quite garnered much adulation Stateside.

Live Music Picks: December 28-January 3

Rylee McDonald, Bumblefoot, Robert Randolph & the Family Band, Crook and The Bluff and more.
Since he's the frontdude for one of Salt Lake City's most curiously under-the-radar bands, Advent Horizon, Rylee McDonald performing solo might seem kinda strange.

Live Music Picks: December 21-27

Slow Hollows, Mannheim Steamroller, I’m A Monster, The Prince Experience and more.
Listening to Atelophobia, you hear Austin Feinstein's voice and words and think of a 20-something college graduate, not the 17-year-old kid he was when the album was written.

Live Music Picks: December 14-20

Royal Bliss, Lady Gaga, Nicole Atkins, Gary Numan and more.
As you might have read in City Weekly's Music Monday blog, local bluesman extraordinaire Tony Holiday is doing booking for The Acoustic Space at The Gateway.

Live Music Picks: December 7-13

Eric McFadden, Supersuckers, Foo Fighters, Lindsey Stirling and more.
Remember when it was a big deal that the Rolling Stones had been around for 30 years?

Live Music Picks: November 30-December 6

The Proper Way, Periphery, Charlie Parr, Los YaYaz and more.
The Proper Way—an Ogden duo comprised of Scott Rogers (vocals, guitar, banjo, mandolin) and Shane Osguthorpe (vocals, piano, guitar, Dobro, harmonica)—plays a menu of covers classic rock, pop, alternative country and contemporary singer-songwriters that offers audiences more than note-perfect facsimiles of their favorite radio food.

Live Music Picks: November 23-29

Katy Perry, Purity Ring, Jarabe de Palo, Billy Joel and more
OMG! Can you imagine going to a concert on Black Friday?

Live Music Picks: November 16-22

The Devil Makes Three, Flying Lotus, Morrissey, Trans-Siberian Orchestra and more.
It'd be easy to categorize The Devil Makes Three as a left-of-center string band, given their obvious affinity for old-time country and other archival elements plucked from American musical tradition.


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