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3925 E. Snowbasin Road
Huntsville, UT 84317
Sunday, September 8, 2019, 12 – 5:30pm
Join us on the lawn at Earl’s Lodge on Sunday, September 8 for our last Blues, Brews & BBQ Concert Series with The Pour, King Cardinal, and Great Peacock! Relax on the lawn with a blanket, have a beverage, and listen to some incredible FREE live music! Delicious BBQ lunch and other offerings are available in Earl’s Lodge are available as well as several local brews on tap. There are great family-friendly activities and games for the kids including a bungee jump, climbing wall, adventure course, playground and newest activity – The Wildflower Mini Golf Course.
12:15 pm: The Pour
2:15 pm: King Cardinal
4:15 pm: Great Peacock
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***No outside food or beverage allowed in the music venue or the lodge. Utah State Law prohibits the possession and consumption of outside alcohol including beer & wine on premise. Bags may be subject to search at the music venue gate and any alcohol or outside food may be confiscated.
Dogs are allowed in the music venue, but they must be on a leash at all times, and they must stay on the grassy areas. Dogs are never allowed in the lodges or on the patio, with the exception of service dogs. Umbrellas, shade tents, and chairs are allowed, but please be courteous of other guests.
If you have a tent or umbrella, please set it up near the back of the venue and do not block other’s views. Low chairs welcome towards the front (cannot fit a basketball underneath) but if you have higher chairs, please move towards the back.
About the Bands:
Spitting stories of love, loss, and pain, Nashville’s Great Peacock⎯⎯ comprised of lead singer and guitarist Andrew Nelson, guitarist Blount Floyd, drummer Nick Recio and bass player Frank Keith IV ⎯⎯ challenge the very notion of genre, dismantling tradition and blurring the lines between rock ‘n roll, conventional folk music and true Americana. Their craft is instinctual, enlivened by their electric and nimble playing, gripping lyrical insight and Nelson’s eviscerating vocals. Their grooves run thick, like on standouts like “Rattlesnake” (a swampy, mid-tempo song that relates addiction to a slithering serpent) and “Heartbreak Comin’ Down.” They also manage to cut right to the bone, particularly when they deal in restraint. “Take a little time to make things right / Make a little love in the middle of the night,” Nelson ruminates on the languid and smokey “Oh Deep Water.”
The tension and sweltering unease comes in waves across 10 tracks, often brittle and heartbreaking, other times ferocious and sharp. “A peacock has so many colors, and that’s what we want our sound to be like. It’s clearly rock ‘n roll. It’s clearly country. It’s clearly folk. There’s definitely blues and elements of R&B in there, too,” says Nelson.
Hailed by Marquee Magazine for their "excellently crafted Americana" and Westword for their "raw, gut-wrenching emotion," Denver's King Cardinal push raw roots rock into lush, sonically daring territory with hints of cosmic country and delicate folk. Building off the success of two acclaimed EPs as well as dates with Ben Sollee, Sam Outlaw, and Darlingside (in addition to a performance at the iconic Telluride Bluegrass Festival), the band is set to release their debut album, 'Great Lakes,' which was recorded over seven days at Texas' famed Sonic Ranch studio with GRAMMY-winning producer/engineer Ted Young (Israel Nash, Banditos).
Salt Lake City-based band The Pour offers up their unique recipe of rock, funk, and soul with influences ranging from Jimi Hendrix to Pink Floyd and Miles Davis to Radiohead.
With nearly a decade of songwriting under their belts, lead guitarist Jeremy Whitesides and vocalist/bassist Matt Calder lead the creative charge. Colorfully accompanied on keys is Jesse Howerton, and driven by Nate Barkdull on the drums. Carefully crafted, tightly executed original songs provide the foundation for a live show full of deep grooves, tasteful solos, and open-ended improvisation. With their recent EP release “1984,” The Pour are undoubtedly on the move.
Members of The Pour have had the privilege of opening for and sharing the stage with John Popper and Blues Traveler, Karl Denson, John Medeski, Stockholm Syndrome, Steve Miller, Eric McFadden, Orgone, Big Head Todd, MonoNeon, Steve Molitz, and DJ Logic.
Arts & Culture Categories: Music
Audience: Children, Teens, Adults, Athletes, Businesses, Members
Type of Event: Concert, Entertainment, Food, Outdoors
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