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Ray LaMontagne

Live at the Eccles presents Ray LaMontagne 801-355-ARTS (2787)

Caputo's 8th Annual Chocolate Festival

This November, Omnom Chocolate will travel to Salt Lake City to exhibit at Caputo’s 8th Annual Chocolate Festival. We invite you to experience the Flavors of Iceland in our Salty City in this exclusive one night only event. The evening will feature an inimitable line-up of food and drink creations by Pallet, Nomad Eatery, The Farm, Normal Ice Cream, Table X, Epic Brewing, TF Brewing, Water Witch Bar, La Barba, and BarDaddy, all featuring Omnom’s exceptional bean to bar chocolate and unique Icelandic ingredients. 100% of the proceeds donated to the Heirloom Cacao Preservation Initiative.

Music Meets Movies-The Decline of Western Civilization Part I

Join KRCL for Music Meets Movies on Thursday, November 14 for a screening of the 1981 documentary The Decline of Western Civilization. On every list of Top 10 Music Documentaries, KRCL will be screening this document of the Los Angeles Punk scene in the late 1970's for the very first time.

At both Brewvies Cinema Pub locations!
Salt Lake City - 677 S 200 W
Ogden - 2293 Grant Avenue

One Screening Only
Tickets 6:30 at the Door
Movie 7:30

Single Ticket: $10
Wear your favorite KRCL t-shirt for 2 for 1 admission!
KRCL High Fidelity Club Members: Free

Bruce Cockburn

Few recording artists are as creative and prolific as Bruce Cockburn. Since his self-titled debut in 1970, the Canadian singer-songwriter has issued a steady stream of acclaimed albums every couple of years. But that output suddenly ran dry in 2011 following the release of Small Source of Comfort. There were good reasons for the drought. For one thing, Cockburn became a father again with the birth of his daughter Iona. Then there was the publication of his 2014 memoir Rumours of Glory.

Demetri Martin

Comedian Demetri Martin comes to the Eccles Theater 801-355-ARTS (2787)

Vetiver with Matt Dorrien

etiver comes to Salt Lake City with Matt Dorrien at Urban Lounge, 11/15/19!

Andy Cabic’s musical being is, like many curious 21st century musicians, shaped and sustained by divergent tangents. If he’s not crafting a melancholy folk rock diamond in his Northern California studio, he’s moving a dance floor with bossa nova and house DJ sets, or helping curate a compilation of Japanese City Pop. What’s magic about this new Vetiver LP Up On High is the way these tangents color the ten songs without undermining a distinct move to more elemental, spacious and natural arrangements. At the heart of each of these ten songs is Cabic’s voice: sweet, tender and weathered—a welcome and soothing old friend if ever there was one. There are other familiar friends: the album also features longtime engineer and collaborator Thom Monahan and the same resourceful and versatile band that helped Cabic make the more dense and layered Complete Strangers from 2015. Up On High was written on acoustic guitar. Having moved twice since Complete Strangers, increasingly accustomed to a life in and out of boxes, it was the easiest instrument to reach for in moments of inspiration. The basic tracking of the album took place over a few Spring days at a friend’s house in the high desert of California. This simple set-up captured the organic immediacy of a roomful of friends playing together on the floor. It’s alive and ever so subtly crackling with the intensity of a band working together, teasing out the melody and rhythms of songs with warmth and intimacy. Cabic and Monahan took the fruits of this session to Los Angeles and finished the album at Monahan’s studio over the summer as other friends popped by to lend their talents. This album reflects the world that Cabic created and lives in: Jorge Ben phrasings peek out from behind Tom Petty's Wildflowers outtakes, a gentle jangle lifts whispers of REM’s Murmur on a breeze up from Compass Point Studios. But Up On High is most clearly Cabic and his band inhabiting the realm the band was born in—sleek, economical, soulful, and sometimes sadness-tinged melodies riding on the gentle choogle and sway of an ensemble moving in beautiful unison. This is an album that breathes with you in real, lived in, natural time.

Jewish Arts Festival

November 16 6pm-9pm Roy Dahan: Israeli singer-songwriter and photographer $36 per person includes dinner by Mazza. Cash Bar/Adult only Roy Dahan was born and raised in the village of Korazim. We are privileged to have him showcase his art and perform his unique blend of Israeli and Western music. P

lease see Jewish Community Website for details

Son Little

What is the new magic of music? If you trace the path of a plan back to its beginnings, what do you find? Is it a tree, growing from seed with deep roots planted in fertile soil, branches arcing out in all directions? Or a spark in the dark, an electrical charge? Is it a waterway, with swirling currents raging to create a river? Or is it a snowflake, falling from on high and dropping down to earth with a singular splash?

Triggers & Slips

Triggers & Slips music is steeped in the psychology of relationships. Like so much great country music that came before, it originates in personal mistakes and a stepped on heart. While the music is a blend that’s not quite country and not quite rock n’ roll, fans of both types of music have come to love the sound. Website

Winter Market

The Downtown Farmers Market presents the Winter Market between November and April to offer Utah residents more year-round opportunities to access fresh local goods from local purveyors.

Hosted in the historic Rio Grande Depot, this market allows growers to extend the season, and features fresh vegetables from late season harvests and area greenhouses. Like the summer markets, it also offers the best of the region's grass-fed meats, dairy, honey, eggs, baked goods, and seasonal offerings for the holidays.

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