Events for KRCL Picks

KRCL's Women Who Rock Presents: Talia Keys & The Love

A full band show with Talia Keys and the Love with opener Shecock and the Vengance

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Daniel Young x Hollering Pines Double Album Release Show

Daniel Young is a singer-songwriter, guitarist, drummer, sound engineer, and producer from Salt Lake City. He grew up on the side of a tall mountain, and that sense of forceful elevation informs all of his work. Daniel's been recording and performing for over two decades—and he's not that old, which tells you much of what you need to know about his commitment to craft, about how deep this runs with him. Who knows? On his soul-stretching, sometimes anguished fourth album, Leave It Out to Dry, Daniel Young finds his way to this question, over and over again. Through a heady stew of psych cowboy laments, Dead-style sideways rambles, and sagebrush pharmaceuticals, Leave It Out to Dry is Young's rawest, most expansive adventure yet. The medium matches the message: Young is looking at the great beyond; Young's music is becoming the great beyond. And, like the man said, sometimes when you stare into the abyss, it returns your gaze. Or sometimes, Young seems to acknowledge, you sing to it and it sounds back. The familiar influences are still there—country and western, early-70 r-&-r, observational songwriting á la John Prine—but they are filtered through something gnarlier, more unsettled. In other words, there's an urgency and a ragged edge to many of the cuts here that feels like a breakthrough. "Here Comes the Flood," for instance, finds Young at the edge of a new territory—sonically, spiritually—reaching outward, still reaching. Or the twin-guitar-lead, heavy-mic-bleed of "Help Us Get Along," a horn-driven plea that charges toward solace. Tracked mostly live in the basement of Orchard Studio, Leave It Out to Dry adds another length to the winding track of American song and sound that Young has been building for over half his life.

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Loom at The State Room

Loom is a Salt Lake City, UT based improvisational rock band that weaves together the imagery of cinematic landscapes with the novelty of auditory experimentalism into their live performances. Their music embodies a fusion of funk, jazz, disco, and world influences, captivating audiences and electrifying dance floors. Rooted in the commitment to a vibrant feedback loop with their audience, Loom's shows are never replicated, offering a distinct and communal celebration of the present moment. Loom is Billy Rogan (guitar), Vince DiMichele (bass), Tyler Troy (keyboards) and Carlos Bible (drums).

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Wasatch Community Gardens Plant Sale

Get your calendars cleared, your garden dreams a-flowin’ and join us for Wasatch Community Gardens’ annual Spring Plant Sale on Saturday, May 11th The sale will take place from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm at Rowland Hall.

Our sale features more than 40,000 food-growing plants raised from seed by participants of our farm-based Job Training Program serving women facing homelessness. These seedlings are grown with the utmost care at our certified organic Green Phoenix Farm.

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KRCL Welcomes: Bleachers at The Great Saltair

Jack Antonoff and his band will play From the Studio to the Stage shows with support from Samia. Tickets go on sale this Friday, December 8. Click here.

KRCL Welcomes
with Samia
Saturday, May 18
at The Great Saltair

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KRCL Presents: Jacob Collier with Emily King at The Complex

Innovative multi-instrumentalist Jacob Collier is coming to Salt Lake City with Volume 4 of his Djesse series the North American Tour! He's playing The Complex on May 28 with special guest Emily King.

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Fort Desolation Fest 2024

Three Nights of Live Music in the Red Rocks of Southern Utah Get ready for another three nights of live music in the beautiful red rocks of Cougar Ridge Resort in Torrey, Utah—and three days to find your own adventures in the Capitol Reef National Park area. This year’s lineup includes Black Pumas, Sierra Ferrell, Paul Cauthen, The Record Company, Jaime Wyatt, Pokey LaFarge, The Lil Smokies, The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band, and more. New Campground—Plus Glamping Fort Desolation Fest has added even more ways to stay on site and be close to the music. Introducing Camp Sidewinder—a pristine campground with jaw-dropping views in every direction—just a four-minute walk from the main concert area. Want to level up even more? The new premium glamping experience is situated in a gorgeous section of Camp Sidewinder. Sit back and relax in a Scandinavian-inspired tent with access to the niceties of a luxury hotel. Reserve Camping Before It’s Gone The Fort Desolation Fest campground has become a legendary experience over the years. Spots are limited so book yours today.

8th Annual Utah Blues Fest - Day 1

The Utah Blues Society presents its biggest fundraiser of the year, the 8th Annual Utah Blues Fest - Day 1. Featured national performers kick off at 5 pm with LARRY MCCRAY, followed by ANNIKA CHAMBERS & PAUL DESLAURIERS and ending with TAB BENOIT. After the Fest, at 10 pm, bay area's Mitch Woods brings his world renowned "Club 88" to the host hotel's piano bar (the Marriott) where the musicians will sit in for late night jamming.

8th Annual Utah Blues Fest - Day 2

The Utah Blues Society presents Day 2 of its biggest fundraiser of the year, the 8th Annual Utah Blues Fest. Featured national performers kick off at noon with DENNIS JONES, the CASH BOX KINGS, D.K. HARRELL, SUE FOLEY and ending with SOUTHERN AVENUE. After the Fest, at 10 pm, bay area's Mitch Woods brings his world renowned "Club 88" to the host hotel's piano bar (the Marriott) where the musicians will sit in for late night jamming. There will also be free workshops – Tony Holiday’s Harmonica Workshop and Sue Foley’s nationally respected “One Guitar Woman”!

Old Crow Medicine Show: Jubilee Tour

At Sandy Amphitheater: Celebrating 25 years of making live music, Old Crow Medicine Show has established itself as America’s most beloved Old-Time String Band and one of Nashville’s most revered musical torchbearers. Their travels have included concerts in a dozen foreign countries, as well as across the United States where we’ve delighted audiences from the Hollywood Bowl to Telluride, Bonnaroo and the Newport Folk Festival to Jazz Fest. The signature song “Wagon Wheel” is one of the most widely sung folk songs in history and was recently certified by RIAA as one of the top five country singles of all time. Our influence has been felt across the Americana music genre from the Lumineers to Mumford & Sons. We continue to explore sounds both old and new, foreign and familiar, and keep bringing audiences to their feet night after night. The journey that began in a Volvo Station Wagon at the Canadian border in the fall of 1998 continues to unfold in ways unimaginable. Our exploration of the continent’s heritage in song keeps on producing. Until that vein is tapped we’ll probably just keep on digging. And that’ll likely take a good long while.

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