From Josh Ritter and Nathaniel Rateliff to Martin Sexton and Heartless Bastards as well as Utah's own Fictionist, check out who has stopped by the KRCL studios for live performances.
UK Singer/songwriter Jade Bird released her self-titled debut album in the spring and dropped into KRCL today for a live session. But, it's not the first time Jade Bird has been to Salt Lake and KRCL. Just last year she was playing Kilby Court with her EP Something American. Now, after criss-crossing the states with Hozier as well as on her own, appearing at the venerable Newport Folk Festival and Americana Fest, and an appearence on Late Night with Seth Meyers, she's back headling the Urban Lounge.READ MORE
The War and Treaty are the husband and wife duo Michael and Tanya Trotter and their debut album, Healing Tide, is one of our favorites. The couple have a beautiful story and powerful voices and they stopped in after their show at Deer Valley Concert Series to play a few songs live on Ebay's Afternoon Show. Listen in to this KRCL exclusive as they premiere three new songs and tell the stories behind them.READ MORE
Jamestown Revival's Zach Chance and Jonathan Clay recorded their debut album back in 2014 in a cabin in Heber Utah, the aptly named album, Utah. They got back to recording in a secluded environment on their new record, San Isabel. It was created in the same spirit of their debut--holding up in the mountains of Colorado. Listen in to hear from Jonathan and Zach about recording the new record, the songs, "This Too Shall Pass," and "Crazy World (Judgment Day)" as well as our introduction to the band, "California (Cast Iron Soul)" from their debut album, Utah.READ MORE
Famous for being a member of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, and instrumentalist extrordinaire, John McEuen sat down with KRCL's John Florence for an indepth interview. McEuen is featured in the upcoming Ken Burns special on country music highlights the making of Will the Circle Be Unbroken, the landmark recording McEuen and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band did in Nashville with the elder statesmen of country like Doc Watson, Merle Travis, Earl Scruggs, et al. in 1971.Listen In: READ MORE