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Return of the Rad Shack

Return of the Rad Shack

Dalin Shepherd and Albert Vargas breathe new life into beloved Provo venue.
The original Rad Shack started as a practice space for Shepherd's bands Famous Friends and Strangely OK, then morphed into a free DIY venue in the winter of 2016-17 when Muse Music closed.



Music Monday 11/12: Old Wounds, The Wrecks, Behemoth, The Boys Ranch and more

It feels like winter already here in Utah, even though it looks like fall.


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The Local Music Issue 2018

The Local Music Issue 2018


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