We’re not sure how the rest of James Violet’s 15 minutes — or years — of fame will go, but the first five minutes certainly were impressive.
OGDEN — Folk singer-songwriter Bill Staines will present a house concert here this week.
OGDEN — The Ogden Twilight Concert Series concludes for 2019 this week with Rüfüs Du Sol coming to town.
What do you get when you take an accomplished vocalist from a famous singing family, partner him with the one-time touring saxophonist from the rock band Neon Trees, and add a 16-piece big band filled with young, dedicated musicians?
This week, movie fans will be transported back to a time of dinosaurs, Millennium Falcons and wand-waving magic at the Utah Symphony’s live performance of “The Music of John Williams.”
The wildly popular Excellence in the Community free concert series returns for the 2019-2020 season next week with traditional music and dance from Mexico.
OGDEN — Ready for a concert that is out of this world?
Sorry, Bernie Taupin, but on Wednesday night at Vivint Smart Home Arena it was "thank you" that seemed to be the hardest words to say for Elton John.
NORTH OGDEN — The North Ogden Community Band will present a concert here next week.
If it’s autumn, it must be time for a world-class jazz musician to visit Weber State University.
OGDEN — One of the most anticipated shows of the Ogden Twilight Concert Series comes to town this week.
The Bonneville Chamber Music Festival returns next week for its 13th year — a little smaller, but no less significant.
Call it "The Circle of Life: Concert Edition."
Herman’s Hermits may be most closely associated with the British Invasion of the 1960s, but life for this band has never been better than right now, in 2019.
Princess parties. They’re definitely not just for little girls anymore.
By his own admission, Collective Soul frontman E (formerly Ed) Roland is an old soul. A hippie at heart.
Up, up and away.
OGDEN — The 2019 Ogden Twilight Concert Series has passed the halfway point, and the party picks up steam with two concerts in the next week at the downtown Ogden Amphitheater.
In a steel cage death match of early rock ’n’ rollers, which mid-20th-century musical icon would claim the title of greatest — Elvis Presley or the Beatles?
Craig A. Meyer may not be the original Rocket Man, but he’s a darn fine astronaut in his own right.
Follow your own path? Check. Make good music? Check. Have fun in the process? Double check.
If working journalists had a quarter for every time a touring musician said their particular town was one of the artist’s favorite places to play, they wouldn’t have to be working journalists anymore.
LAYTON — Get ready for a night of first-class bluegrass.
For Vikki Thorn, one third of the Australian folk-rock trio The Waifs, next week’s concert at the Ogden Nature Center is a return to the state where she made her home for more than a decade.
LAYTON — One of the most successful girl groups in recent decades is coming to Layton.
Who says you can’t mix business, love and friendship?
These days, Pablo Cruise might be more “Pablo Cruise” than ever.
On a hot July afternoon, Wayne Coyne — the eccentric frontman of The Flaming Lips — is parked in the driveway of his equally eccentric Oklahoma City home.
OGDEN — This weekend, on a tiny island in the duck pond at Weber State University, a battery of 16 cannons will be lined up and ready to play their small-but-important part in a concert tradition that dates all the way back to 1978.
OGDEN — The increasingly popular Ogden Twilight Concert Series continues this week with a show featuring Washed Out and Deerhunter.
TrouBeliever Fest, take two.
LAYTON — The Grammy-nominated singer Oleta Adams comes to town for a concert here Thursday.
Utah singer-songwriters playing Layton show
The Great American Songbook takes center stage next week when Michael Feinstein makes a stop in Layton.
Traci Robinson has a little warning for anyone in the vicinity of Layton’s Kenley Amphitheater this weekend.
Need something fun to do this weekend or into next week? Our staff has come up with a few suggestions for you.
Tegan Quin of pop duo Tegan and Sara feels like she is still “living off the fumes” from last year’s LOVELOUD Festival Powered by AT&T.
Somewhere inside a vault in a small recording studio in Los Angeles sits a veritable treasure trove of new music from REO Speedwagon.
Flatland Cavalry is about to make its first appearance in the mountains of Northern Utah.
Don’t expect anything from Nick Murphy, and the two of you will get along just fine.
A.J. Croce is no stranger to tragedy.
When we caught up with Conner Gray Covington, he was in Philadelphia visiting his fiancee, who is in medical school there.
Get ready for what organizers are calling the biggest musical event ever to hit Brigham City.
There's no shortage of music outdoors in the summer. Here's what you can catch in the next week across Northern Utah.
OGDEN — Twilight comes tonight.
Believe it or not, but June in Northern Utah is here and already underway. This month brings sunny days, school-free weeks, and the start of a calendar packed full of community events that run throughout the summer.
OGDEN — It may seem odd to hear a bunch of elementary school students from Utah singing about a Kentucky moon shining on someone who’s done them wrong romantically, or carrying around heavy loads — especially at their tender age.
OGDEN — The 100-year-old man sat comfortably with his wife, 95, absorbing the adulation of a community deeply in love with the pioneering jazz saxophonist who landed in Ogden in 1945.
It’s looking like Utah’s drought may finally be over — in more ways than one.
SALT LAKE CITY — Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band will bring their final tour to Vivint Smart Home Arena on Saturday, Sept. 28.
OGDEN — Every summer for the past 16 years, Reba Nissen has been traveling 500 miles east to Lyons, Colorado, for the annual Rocky Mountain Folks Festival. That festival, which has become a cherished tradition for her, always felt like a tight-knit community.