Raychel Johnson

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Jay William Henderson to perform at new venue

OGDEN — Barrelhouse Live, a new 21+ venue is opening in town Friday, Sept. 18, and is bringing popular acoustic musician Jay William Henderson to Ogden. Henderson will headline the show..


Ogden's local orchestra starts up season

Chamber Orchestra Ogden conductor Michael Palumbo will open the orchestra’s 2015-16 season with his final solo performance at a concert that includes the works of classical giants Schubert, Mozart and Prokofiev.


Snowbasin sends off summer season with last Blues, Brews BBQ concert

Although Jeff Crosby’s songs are of a highly personal nature, he loves how listeners attach their own meaning to his lyrics, and he said people pick up on lyrics more than maybe some musicians give them credit for.


Eagle Rock Gospel Singers make stop in Ogden during huge tour

At least one member of five-piece gospel tune slanging band Eagle Rock Gospel Singers expects a homecoming of sorts at the upcoming show at Alleged Sept. 18.


Utah Symphony to take audience on musical journey to outer space

Standing among the Utah Symphony orchestra players, vocal soloist Kristen Plumley will hit ethereal notes of “oohs“ and ”ahhs“ as she sings along to some of the greatest musical themes of the sci-fi genre.


Musical offerings at Harvest Moon celebration bid welcome to Fall

This year, like the 13 before it, the musical offerings at the Harvest Moon Celebration are top notch, with a special emphasis on local and regional talent.


Ogden band Hi Fi Murder spins political, fun message at tavern

What’s in a name anyway? For old-school Ogden punk rockers Hi Fi Murder, the name means everything.


Allred to perform at new Ogden venue, other concerts to enjoy

OGDEN — Barrelhouse Live, a new 21+ venue is opening in town Friday, Sept. 18, and is bringing popular acoustic musician John Allred to Ogden. Allred will headline the show, with special guests Boone Sounds, and Robbie Stewart opening.


David Archuleta ticket treasure hunt to start Sept. 16 in Layton

Still pining for tickets to the sold-out David Archuleta Show? 


Utah choir's debut album shows off pure and mighty force

There is a challenge that comes with reviewing music that I don’t care for in either direction. Anyone could agree that there comes a great struggle with attempting to write about something that you’re not passionately for or against. That’s how I feel about Brevitas’ new album “Silence & Music.”

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