KRCL Presents: Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway at The Commonwealth Room Thur, Oct 19

Molly Tuttle's new album, City of Gold, will be released July 21 via Nonesuch Records and she's headed to The Commonwealth Room. Ahead of the release, new songs “Next Rodeo” and “El Dorado,” recently debuted, of which Billboard calls “a vibrant blend of bluegrass with flashes of Old West, anchored by Tuttle’s earthy-yet-angelic vocal and the entire group’s ace musicianship.” Additionally, American Songwriter praises, “Tuttle, one of the world’s best guitar players, soars on this country song.”


KRCL Presents: Shakey Graves at The Union on Oct 15

Shakey Graves with special guests Flipturn play The Union on October 15.Details and tickets here.


KRCL Presents: Margaret Glaspy at Urban Lounge Nov 6

Margaret Glaspy is out on tour with her new album 'Echo the Diamond' and plays The Urban Lounge on November 6. Cat Clyde opens the show. Details and tickets here.


KRCL Presents: Allah-Las at Metro Music Hall on Oct 31

Allah-Las have a new album, Zuma 85, set to release in October and a tour to go along with it. Check them out in Salt Lake City at Metro Music Hall on October 31, just 2 weeks after the album drops. Detail and tickets here.


KRCL Presents: Wilco at The Eccles Theater on Oct 20

Wilco returns to Salt Lake City at the Eccles Theater on Friday, October 20. Details and tickets here.


KRCL Presents: Deer Tick at The Commonwealth Room on Nov 3

Emotional Contracts, the latest full-length album from Deer Tick, catalogs all the existential casualties that accompany the passing of time, instilling each song with the irresistibly reckless spirit that’s defined the band for nearly two decades. Before heading into the studio with producer Dave Fridmann (The Flaming Lips, Spoon, Sleater-Kinney), the Providence-bred four-piece spent months working on demos in a perpetually flooded warehouse space in their hometown, enduring the busted heating system and massive holes in the roof as they carved out the album’s 10 raggedly eloquent tracks. Emotional Contracts fully echoes the unruly energy of its creation, ultimately making for a heavy-hearted yet wildly life-affirming portrait of growing older without losing heart.