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Folks mosey over to remember great cowboy, gentleman

BN 072515 Cowboy Poetry 06-5

OGDEN — With the colorful and animated flavor of the farmers market in the backdrop, Western music and cowboy poetry clamored through the air at the Don Kennington tribute concert...

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Solo rocker presents looping show to Ogden friends

A musician with a long-standing love affair and friendship with Ogden is returning with her guitar, drum machine, synth, and bass in tow. Talia Keys, known for her...


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Kansas brings hits and new vocalist to Layton concert

For some, winning the rock ‘n’ roll lottery may mean getting a backstage pass to meet the band. But for Ronnie Platt, singer for Kansas, it mean...


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Folks mosey over to remember great cowboy, gentleman

OGDEN — With the colorful and animated flavor of the farmers market in the backdrop, Western music and cowboy poetry clamored through the air at the...


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Donny Osmond cancels Layton show

LAYTON — Singer Donny Osmond has canceled his appearance at the Kenley Amphitheater due to a recently diagnosed polyp on his vocal cords. Osmond was...


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Band to present 'A Night to Remember' concert

OGDEN  — Get Away Today presents a free night of entertainment and music at the Ogden Amphitheater, 343 Historic 25th St., July 31.  Roger...




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Annual ukulele festival says 'Aloha' to Logan

From the sparkling seaside to the snowcapped Utah mountains, the ukulele has made its charming and mellow presence known. The instrument is key is uniting the...


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Big Red Judy plays Brewskis, seeks fan percussionists

If you ever dreamed of playing with a band, you can cross it off you bucket list after July 24 at Brewskis. Big Red Judy, a rock and blues band that plays original...


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Station Park summer concert series moves to Thursday nights

The Fountain Square of Farmington’s Station Park Mall will turn into a stage for the “Thursday Nights Rock” concert series, running from July 30...


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Bigler's band brings big names to amphitheater for free show

Roger Bigler has been involved in music for over 50 years, and taken his voice to the big stages all across the region. Everything from the Tabernacle Choir, to...


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Blues album sings of soul, heartbreak

In a feature the Standard-Examiner did on Tony Holiday earlier this spring, the harmonica player and vocalist said he wouldn’t be the first to call himself a...


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Solo rocker presents looping show to Ogden friends

A musician with a long-standing love affair and friendship with Ogden is returning with her guitar, drum machine, synth, and bass in tow. Talia Keys, known for her...