Lindquist Pops continues, despite passing of Lindquist

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Indigo Girls to play for generations of fans in Layton

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Trip Hop album doesn't need lyrics to be catchy

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Portland rockers tease crowd with tunes from new album at

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Annual local REVUE concert continues in Ogden

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