Heart and Seoul Karaoke Opens Tomorrow

  Provo’s latest musical locale opens its doors to the public tomorrow. September 7, 2017 By Scott Knutson Sing your heart out, Provo. Coming soon to downtown Provo is an Asian-style Karaoke lounge. The brain-child of several BYU graduate entrepreneurs, Heart and Seoul Karaoke plans to open its doors this… Continue reading

Album Review: Michael Barrow & The Tourists – Juneau

  “At the bottom of everything is a foundation of solid songwriting.”   August 24, 2017 By Chris Whitehead Having had the chance to see Michael Barrow and company perform once previously, I was eager to dive into their debut album, Juneau, an album that takes notes from great indie… Continue reading

Concert Review: Black Flak and the Nightmare Fighters, The Sardines, and Saylo

By Chris Whitehead There was a little something for everyone last Friday at Gezzo Hall. Ranging from contemporary pop to cinematic post-rock, the lineup was nothing if not eclectic, and the crowd was certainly excited about it (both opening bands played an extra song at their enthusiastic request). Cottonwood Heights… Continue reading

Meet Reach Provo’s Newest Writers

Reach Provo wouldn’t be possible without the help of our amazing volunteers. Take a moment to learn a little bit about those who are behind the scenes of writing articles. Name: Mary Bagley Hometown: Lehi, Utah Favorite Genre: Indie Folk Favorite Album: Lydia’s “Paint It Golden,” or Novo Amor’s “Bathing… Continue reading

Velour’s Summer Battle of the Bands Review

With only a margin of five points between first place and third place- PIPES took home a well-deserved win. June 21, 2017 By Cherish DeGraaf The atmosphere was full of energy and excitement at Velour’s Summer Battle of the Bands Finals. Patrons came from all over the state, just to see… Continue reading