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

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

News: Willy & Tay Hit The Scene With a Beautifully Endearing Video

The music is slow and soothing, pulling you in with their dynamic voices and Willy’s rhythmic guitar. February 23, 2017 Taylor Rose and Willy Sauer, better known as Willy & Tay, recently recorded a new single entitled “Me & You,” and was captured by Cold House Studio film team. This acoustic… Continue reading

News: SOUNDSTORY – Stock Music For Any Budget

We don’t want money to decide how well you can tell your story… this is stock music for any budget.   February 21, 2017 Have you ever searched the internet to find a stock music sample, or a free song that will fit your creative project perfectly? If you’re anything… Continue reading

Exclusive: Review of Velour’s 8th Annual Slumber Party

  A Narrative Of The Night   February 3, 2017 By Alastair Scheuermann The house, dressed in decor generally reserved for midwestern banquets, holds a happy number of bright-eyed locals. Anticipation fills the room, calmly held in place by the familiar sandalwood aroma. The lights dim, and Velour opens up its… Continue reading

Exclusive: Emmalie Arntz of Pipes

  Every band has a story.   January 31, 2017 By Mary Bagley From beginning to end, every band has their very own story line about how they came into existence. This last week I had the opportunity to sit down with Emmalie Arntz of Pipes, and learn about their story… Continue reading

Editorial: An Open Letter to Amateur Musicians

Don’t make these four rookie mistakes.   October 31, 2016 By Dave Cebrowski   Dear amateur musicians, You want to hand your CD out to everyone who has even the slightest interest in your band. I get it. I really do. I’ve been there as an aspiring musician, and even… Continue reading

Exclusive: Jackie Tateishi of BYUradio

“The human side is extremely critical to us. I wouldn’t want to be here otherwise.” October 28, 2016 By Zach Collier Jackie Tateishi is the Producer for BYUradio’s Highway 89. A BYU graduate with over a decade of experience in radio, we got to interview Tateishi in studio at BYU Broadcasting headquarters… Continue reading

Exclusive: Spirit City Says “We’re All Insane”

  “The better we become as songwriters and musicians, the more we just try to write from an honest place and write what we know.”   October 19, 2016 By Zach Collier Spirit City’s upcoming release has received a considerable amount of attention. Baeble Music premiered the music video for their… Continue reading

Exclusive: Spencer Petersen of Sego

  “That’s what keeps me coming back. The fans and the community are just a major draw for me.”   October 12, 2016 When I last spoke on the phone with Spencer Petersen, he had just narrowly avoided a car accident in California on his way to grab some tacos for Taco Tuesday.… Continue reading