Past Shows

Josaleigh Pollett

May 5, 2013 — Introspective and unpretentious, with a mature catalog of autobiographical compositions far beyond her years. read more

Danielle Vaughn

May 5, 2013 — A songwriter at heart, and a singer who is all heart. Check out the vintage jazz stylings of this charming local warbler. read more

Red Desert Ramblers

April 7, 2013 — Festival mainstays, promising worldclass (and nationally recognized) mountain-pickin' perfection. read more

Wayward Molly

January 6, 2013 — Strong, tightly-knit harmonies earned these gals their recent headlining spot at the 2012 Ogden Music Festival. read more

The Folka Dots

November 4, 2012 — With 3-part harmonies and their grandparents' instruments, the Dots recently opened for Neko Case at the Utah Arts Festival. read more

Cosy Sheridan

September 2, 2012 — Witty, personable folk songstress, and co-founder of the Moab Folk Camp, with awards from both the Kerrville and Telluride music festivals. read more

Alicia McGovern

May 6, 2012 — A poignant & poetic song-smith, Alicia was named one of the nation's best new folk artists for 2012. Raw folk poetry. read more

Jen Hajj

April 8, 2012 — Jen crafts affectionate and sometimes-whimsical songs that harness the folk sensibilities of an Alison Krauss or an early Judy Collins. read more

Shaney McCoy

April 8, 2012 — Shaney's a two-time finalist in the Susanne Millsaps Performing Songwriter Showcase, and offers a unique blend of folk, country, and blues. read more

Daniel Weldon

March 4, 2012 — Dan rocks readily, serenades sweet and lowdown, and twangs with the toughest. One of the Intermountain West's finest troubadours. read more

Dry Lake Band

February 5, 2012 — Performing both original and traditional bluegrass music with true passion, sweet harmonies, and expert musicianship, this is a hard-working, energetic group. read more

Laura Cortese

January 22, 2012 — One of the most versatile musicians from Boston's "post-folk" scene, Laura was a select guest at Pete Seeger's 90th birthday bash at Madison Square Garden. read more

Otter Creek

January 8, 2012 — Otter Creek (Peter and Mary Danzig) perform a spellbinding mix of original songs and American roots music on the mountain dulcimer, banjo, mandolin, guitar, and fiddle. read more

Jordan Soul

December 4, 2011 — Made up of a diverse set of seasoned, world-class musicians, Jordan Soul puts a soulful twist on a host of R&B favorites. read more

Emma's Revolution

November 6, 2011 — Pat Humphries and Sandy O are internationally known activist musicians in the tradition of Pete Seeger. They write and sing songs about peace and justice, the environment, workers rights, immigration, and GLBT issues. read more

Jenn Cleary

January 27, 2011 — Jenn's music is a mix of acoustic rock and blues. She was a finalist in the 2010 Telluride Blues Festival Solo Acoustic Competition, as well as a finalist for the 2011 Colorado Blues Society Self-Produced Album of the Year. read more

Jim Scott

June 7, 2009 — Jim is a contemporary folk artist. Pete Seeger said of Jim's guitar virtuosity, "(Jim is) some kind of a magician." He also performs for kids and has written songs with elementary school classes. read more

Glade Sowards

June 20, 2008 — Glade's music has a comfortable, but still personal and engaging feel to it. He has been a longtime fixture of Utah's acoustic-folk scene Glade says, "Pick up the guitar... Tomorrow we die." read more

Melissa Warner

June 20, 2008 — Melissa has performed in nearly every club in Salt Lake City. She won the 2001 SLAMMY for Best Female Vocalist. In 2002, Melissa opened for John Hiatt at the Red Butte Gardens Summer concert series. read more

Stacey Board

June 20, 2008 — Stacey has a smooth voice with a warm, conversational singing style. Recently, she was voted "Best Folk/Acoustic" for three consecutive years in the City Weekly's reader's poll. read more

Kate MacLeod

March 15, 2008 — Kate is best known for her original songs and her unique fiddling style. Her songwriting and performances exhibit an unbreakable link between traditional music and the cutting-edge. read more

Hillbilly Fever

November 18, 2007 — Hillbilly Fever is a four piece band focusing primarily on old time Honky Tonk style country music of the 1940's and 1950's. They capture the spirit and soul of early Grand Ole Opry with an injection of today's younger generation. read more