Spear of Destiny is a British rock band, founded in 1983 by singer and songwriter Kirk Brandon (born 3 August 1956 in London) and bassist Stan Stammers (born 19 May 1961). It has had an ever-changing line-up through the years.
Formed by Kirk Brandon and Stan Stammers after the demise of 'Theatre Of Hate' with an original line-up that includes Chris Bell and Lascelles James for the 1983 album 'The Grapes of Wrath'. There have been many changes in the musical style and in the musicians that make up the group, with only Kirk Brandon being the constant member. Others who have been in the lineup include, Mickey Donnelly, Neil Pyzer, Alan St. Clair, Dolphin Taylor for the albums of 'One Eyed Jacks' and 'World Service'. Pete Barnacle, Steve Barnacle, Marco Perron (Marco Pirroni) and Volker Janssen for the album 'Outland'. The final album of the 80's "The Price You Pay" had Kirk Brandon in Guitar and Voices, Pete Barnacle in Drums, Volker Janssen in Keyboards and Chris Bostock in Basses
YWCA Young Women’s Council hosts a half-day professional development opportunity featuring structured networking, interactive sessions, and a keynote address by Kristen Cox, Executive Director of the Utah Governor’s Office of Management and Budget.
Young women ages 18-35 are welcome at the event, which features the theme Conscious Confidence, focusing on building skills and understanding what it means to be a confident leader.
Breakout sessions on collaboration and presenting yourself with confidence will be led by Rebecca Chavez-Houck, former Representative of the Utah House of Representatives, and Shalee Schmidt of the University of Utah Musical Theater program.
YWCA Utah members are free. General Registration $35 and Student Registration $15.
Information online: https://www.ywcautah.org/blog/event/young-womens-leadership-summit/
Fans of Katherine Applegate's The One and Only Ivan will treasure this timeless tale about a magnificent adventure to the North Pole and the even more astounding feat of true friendship. A perfect story for animal and adventure lovers alike, wonderfully illustrated by Jennifer Thermes! Freya has always craved--and feared--adventure. Traipsing all over the world is simply not what dignified rockhopper penguins do. But when she hears about Captain Salomon August Andrée's hot-air balloon expedition to the North Pole, Freya packs her copy of Hints to Lady Travellers and hops on board. Only moments after leaving land, Freya discovers a fellow stowaway! Meet Zoose, the scrappy, uncouth mouse whose endless wisecracks and despicable manners make him a less-than-ideal travel companion. When the hot-air balloon is forced to land in the Arctic, these polar opposites must learn how to get along. Their very survival depends on it. We're proud to welcome debut author Emily Butler to The Printed Garden to read from, answer questions about, and sign copies of her new middle grade novel, Freya & Zoose. This event will begin at 7:00 p.m.
A great night of Celtic Music featuring Pennyland and Shanahy
Pure Prairie League, a 1960s rock band with a heavy dose of country and high-flying harmony, returns to the Egyptian Theatre stage March 1st through 3rd. Pure Prairie League will treat you to music that sounds even better today than it did when they first performed. A performance that delivers their country-rock sound true to its original form. Hits like “Let Me Love You Tonight” and “Amie” have not only stood the test of time, they are still fan favorites. Reduced priced tickets Friday. Showtimes: 8pm Friday & Saturday, Sat. 6pm Sunday.
Tickets: Friday: $35 House / $43 Preferred Front of House / $55 Cabaret Seating Saturday & Sunday: $39 House / $49 Front of House / $60 Cabaret Tickets increase by $5 half hour before showtime. No taxes or service fees. All Sales are Final. No Refunds. Call the box office for exchange policy. Reserve tickets at ParkCityShows.com or 435-649-9371