Events for Live Music

Robyn Hitchcock

Robyn Hitchcock is one of England’s most enduring contemporary singer/songwriters and live performers. A surrealist poet, talented guitarist, cult artist and musician’s musician, Hitchcock is among alternative rock’s father figures and is the closest thing the genre has to a Bob Dylan (not coincidentally his biggest musical inspiration)

Event Page: http://www.thestateroom.com/calendar/robyn-hitchcock



The Utah County Swillers

www.garageonbeck.com



80s Dance Party with Flash & Flare, GONZO

80s Dance Party

The 80s: technology is surging, the retro styles of previous decades are making a comeback, kitsch and irony is hip, pop music embraces new electronic styles, Charlie Sheen is winning, and a TV Personality star is the residing president... or do we mean it's the 2010's?


Either way, it doesn't mean we can't party like it's the side-pony, make-up heavy, weird pantsy, side-gothy era of yesteryear! Get down with Flash & Flare + Gonzo for a night of dancing, drinks, and really really big hair.

www.theurbanloungeslc.com



The Pour

www.thehogwallow.com



Great Basin Baroque Concert

A historically-accurate performance of baroque music from 17th Century France. Hear the work of Marin Marais, Antoine Forqueray, and Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre for violoncello and harpsichord. About the Performance Gambists Marin Marais and Antoine Forqueray were both household musicians of Louis XIV. The playing of each were reported a generation later by the eccentric commentator Hubert Le Blanc as, respectively, like an angel and like a devil. In Marais, he wrote, we find the perfection of variety of bow-strokes and graces in small dance and character pieces; in Forqueray, a larger-than-life personal expression in drawn-out preludes and sonatas, verging on the "crotchety, fantastic, and bizarre." Sadly, all that remains of the work of Forqueray are a few suites of dances ostensibly copied from the originals as well as transcribed for harpsichord solo by his son. Nonetheless, these pieces provide a small window into an intriguing musical personality that indeed contrasts dramatically with that of Marais, whose printed works have fortunately been carefully preserved. The harpsichord works of Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre, herself a member of Louis XIV’s musical establishment, provide an appropriate and elegant foil to the polarity of the two gambists. Unlike them, however, suites of dances or character pieces for her own specialized instrument represent only a fraction of her musical output, alongside cantatas, operas, and violin sonatas. https://events.slcpl.org/event/1727413



Tom Brosseau at Acoustice Music on 4th

See Tom Brosseau perform at the newly spruced Acoustic Music in Downtown Salt Lake City. He’ll be playing some new songs, as well as old favorites from the American Songbook. Free and open to the public, all ages welcome.

http://www.tombrosseau.com/personal-appearances



Sycamore Slim

WWW.FELDMANSDELI.COM



TENDER with Jane Holiday

www.kilbycourt.com



Rock and Roller Derby

Wasatch Roller Derby and Rock N' Roll Camp For Girls - SLC present a Rock and Roller Derby! Get ready to pump up the jams because this is going to be one rocking, amped up roller derby bout! Doors open at 6pm, Game starts at 7pm.

Tickets are $10 can be purchased at the door. https://www.facebook.com/events/2249490005274356/



Motion Coaster w/ Michael Barrow & the Tourists, Teilani

www.velourlive.com