*CANCELED* KRCL Presents: Seratones at The State Room on March 3

Unfortunatlly the Seratones' show has been canceled. Read this moving message from front woman AJ Haynes:


KRCL Presents: Soccer Mommy April 24 at The Commonwealth Room

"I don't want to be your ****ing dog,” sings Soccer Mommy’s Sophie Allison on “Your Dog,” a highlight from her critically acclaimed 2018 debut album 'Clean' that got year-end nods from 100+ publications, including The New York Times’ #1 Album of 2018. Over knotty, distorted guitars and churning bass, Allison is equal turns confrontational and vulnerable. “I want a love that lets me breathe/I’ve been choking on your leash.” It’s a mission statement, a reclamation of power, a rewriting of all indie rock’s rules.


KRCL Presents: Amanda Shires on March 4 at The State Room

When Amanda Shires' husband Jason Isbell sang the lyric, "Mama's trying to change that Nashville sound," he wasn't joking. It’s been a jam-packed year for Shires. Since the release of her 2018 critically hailed "To The Sunset" and 2016's "My Piece of Land," she formed the groundbreaking supergroup, The Highwomen with Brandi Carlile, Maren Morris and Natalie Hemby. Shires has a constant touring schedule with her 2 bands and as a member of husband Jason Isbell’s 400 Unit.  finishing her MFA; and winning the Americana Association’s 2017 Emerging Artist award. 


KRCL Presents: White Denim at The State Room April 15

White Denim, the Austin, Texas band have carefully and continuously studied the greatest records ever made, but they write songs just dumb enough to drink, dance, and fight to. Theirs is a music that aims for the whole body, while equally satisfying the mind. While it has morphed, expanded, and even burst apart, White Denim’s sincere and human drive and ability to spark true rock & roll exhilaration have been unerring constants of the band’s 10-year existence.


KRCL Presents: Peter Bjorn and John on March 31 at Urban Lounge

In celebration of their 20th anniversary, Peter Bjorn and John recently announced their upcoming ninth album Endless Dream, and shared the song “Rusty Nail”. Now the Swedish pop trio have released another single, “Reason to Be Reasonable”.


KRCL Presents: Grace Potter at The Depot on March 25

Grace Potter has announced a major 2020 North American headlining tour in support of her forthcoming album Daylight, due out October 25th, 2019 via Fantasy Records.  The tour kicks off just after the new year and will hit Salt Lake City on March 25 at The Depot.