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1051 S. Main Street, Moab, UT, US, 84532
- Phone: (435) 259-4655
- Fax: (435) 259-5838
July 17, 2014 9:00 PM
Joshua Jenkin is an electronic music producer and DJ who operates under the pseudonym Zomboy. He introduced the moniker with the song "Organ Donor," establishing his electro dubstep style before releasing his first record, the Game Time EP, in 2011. Pulling elements from a broad spectrum of EDM, from glitchy house to drum and bass, he has stood out among the hoard of DJs emerging from the UK. On top of his various remixes, Zomboy released his fifth EP, Reanimated Pt. 2, in 2014 with No Tomorrow Records.
July 19, 2014
Jake Owen is a country singer/songwriter from Vero Beach, Florida who broke out in 2006 after releasing his debut album, Startin' with Me.Growing up in Florida, Owen was always an adept competitor and planned on pursuing a career as a professional golfer, but after getting in a serious wakeboarding accident that required radical reconstructive surgery, Owen's physical movement was hindered--shattering his dreams of making a living on the golf links.While recovering from his injuries, Owen borrowed a neighbor's guitar and taught himself how to play. Shortly thereafter, he began to perform regularly at bars and music venues around Florida. After moving to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue his music career, Owen was quickly noticed by the record label RCA and released his well received debut LP with the imprint in 2006.
July 19, 2014 8:30 PM
Simon Marlin and Max Reich are The Shapeshifters, a house music production team based in London. The duo's 2004 debut single, "Lola's Theme," topped the UK Singles Chart at number one. Marlin and Reich, respectively from the UK and Sweden, have kept themselves deeply intertwined with the international house music scene. Between the years 2004 and 2010, the pair released six albums and over a two dozen singles and remixes, infiltrating the European club scene with their roller coasters of calming and raucous beats.
July 22, 2014 7:30 PM
Former Nine Inch Nails vocalist Richard Patrick teamed up with guitarist Brian Liesegang in Cleveland to form the rock band Filter in 1993. As a duo, the two musicians called themselves Filter and released the 1995 album Short Bus, featuring the hit single "Hey Man, Nice Shot." Before touring in support of the album, Filter assembled a live band with guitarist Geno Lenardo, bassist Frank Cavanagh and drummer Matt Walker. Due to creative differences, Liesegang left the band after recording its second album in 1997, and Walker quit to work with The Smashing Pumpkins before the 1999 release of Title of Record. The album spawned Filter's most well-known song, "Take a Picture," which marked a transition in the band's music from industrial rock to a mellower sound. Patrick voluntarily checked himself into rehab in 2002, and various side projects took priority over Filter until 2007, when he began working on new material for the almost forgotten band. Although Filter underwent a series of line up changes, the band resurfaced with three back-to-back releases: Anthems for the Damned in 2008, a greatest hits album titled The Very Best Things in 2009, and The Trouble with Angels in 2010.
July 24, 2014 8:30 PM
July 25, 2014 8:00 PM
The post-grunge band Smile Empty Soul emerged out of Santa Clarita, CA in 1998 with a hard alternative rock sound. The three-piece band released its eponymous debut album in 2003 and has steadily released albums since, despite having changed drummers on multiple occasions. Smile Empty Soul released its fifth studio album, 3's in 2012.
July 26, 2014 8:00 PM
July 27, 2014 7:30 PM
Tantric is a rock band from Louisville, Kentucky. The group has released four studio albums since 2001; although, its last two albums only retain Tantric's original singer, Hugo Ferreira. Having previously recorded albums for Maverick Records, including its platinum-selling debut, Tantric is currently under Silent Majority Group.Artist Description from Wikipedia, available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 license
July 28, 2014 8:00 PM
James McMurtry is an Austin, Texas-based musician who is known for his purist approach to some decidedly American genres such as alt-country and Americana. Whether performing alone with his acoustic guitar or backed by his band, The Heartless Bastards, McMurtry writes in the classic singer/songwriter mold, favoring vivid imagery and storytelling over personal confessionals or cryptic, metaphorical lyrics. Though there's nothing particularly special about his voice and guitar playing, it's the simplistic but intense conviction of the overall package that has won McMurtry comparisons to legends such as John Prine and Jackson Browne. He's also been known to occasionally use his songwriting as a means of political discourse, penning songs in protest against Wal-Mart and the Iraq war.
July 29, 2014 8:00 PM
Cinema Cinema is a punk band from New York City that was founded in 2008. Establishing itself with a strong, wall of sound sonic aesthetic, shortly after forming Cinema Cinema quickly managed to become one of the more notable acts on the New York punk scene.
August 02, 2014 8:00 PM
Formed in Los Angeles in 1995, Buckcherry is a rock band that received commercial success with its 1999 self-titled debut album. Despite its early boost in record sales, the band dissolved in 2002 after a disappointing sophomore effort and an unfinished third album. During the hiatus, front man Josh Todd and guitarist Kieth Nelson collaborated on other projects including a short run with Guns N' Roses members that was eventually canned. Todd and Nelson reformed Buckcherry in 2005 and released the album 15 to the same enthusiasm and critical acclaim as the band's debut effort. With its rediscovered success, the band toured as part of Mötley Crüe's Crüe Fest, shortly after releasing Black Butterlfy in 2008, and accompanied KISS on its 2009 to 2010 North American tour. Buckcherry dropped its fifth studio album All Night Long, in 2010.
August 07, 2014 7:30 PM
San Diego band Tribal Seeds is one of large contingent of California-based bands devoted to the continued proliferation of Jamaica's greatest gift to the music world, reggae. Combining live instrumentation with electronic components, Tribal Seeds draw on ska, as well as a more recent strain of UK dance music called dubstep. As is the case with even the earliest Jamaican reggae music, bass is one of the foremost draws of reggae music and its major influence on today's electronic music. The Tribal Seeds have built themselves an intimate, loyal following upon these weighty bass foundations, and tour extensively as a result.