Events

Wax Tailor



Open Mic Night



Glitterer with Object Of Affection



Kula Shaker



New Band Showcase

Bands To be announced

http://velourlive.com/



Yonder Mountain String Band

Four nights at The Egyptian Theater of bluegrass with Yonder Mountain String Band Thurs-Sat March 9-11 and Sunday, March 12 at 6pm

Deatils at www.parkcityshows.com 



KRCL Presents: King Tuff w Tchotchke



NAV Never Sleep Tour With Special Guests Sofayto Realstk



Cinders w/ Fishbowl (ID), Olen (CA)



KRCL Presents: S.G. Goodman

When the Kentucky native released her debut album, Old Time Feeling, she was rightly coined an “untamed rock n roll truth-teller” by Rolling Stone. The roots-inflected rock n’ roll record saw Goodman lending her gritty, haunting vocals to narrate the dual perspectives of her upbringing as the daughter of a crop farmer, and a queer woman coming out in a rural town. Now with Teeth Marks, co-produced by Drew Vandenberg (Faye Webster, Drive-By Truckers, Of Montreal) in Athens, Georgia, she picks up the threads of Old Time Feeling. But where her critically acclaimed, Jim James-produced debut zeroed in on the South, reframing misconceptions in slough water-soaked tones, her latest album pulses with downtown Velvet Underground electricity, shifting its focus inward - though never losing Goodman’s searing and universal point of view. Teeth Marks is what you might get if Flannery O’Connor and Lou Reed went on a road trip. Drawing influences from the aforementioned Velvets, as well as Pavement, Karen Dalton, and Chad VanGaalen, Goodman brings 11 powerful vignettes to life, with a sound that ventures deeper into indie rock and punk territory than she ever has before. Though Teeth Marks is a love album, Goodman doesn’t aim her focus on romantic relationships alone. Instead, she analyzes the way love between communities, families, and even one’s self can be influenced by trauma that lingers in the body. Teeth Marks is about what love actually is, love’s psychological and physical imprint, its light, and its darkness. It's a record about the love we have or don't have for each other, and perhaps, more significantly, the love we have or don't have for ourselves.