Hannah Sophia’s “A Year of Music, Art, and Storytelling.”

By Mary Bagley Hannah Sophia, a Provo local, is expanding the horizons of music by combining both music, art, and videos, in a collaboration to provide an “entire year of music.” After hearing about her project from a friend, I quickly had to know more. As a big fan of… 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: Steven Kapp Perry of BYU Radio

  “They have a level of concentration I can’t even imagine… It almost seems impossible what they create.”   September 14, 2016 Hailing from Cedar Hills, Steven Kapp Perry is an award-winning songwriter, playwright, and broadcaster. The son of prolific LDS songwriter Janice Kapp Perry, he graduated with a degree… Continue reading

Exclusive: Max Metcalf and Thomas Clawson – Creators of Goosenecks Music Festival

  Goosenecks Music Festival is the brainchild of Max Metcalf and Thomas Clawson – two forward thinking go getters from Provo.   When I walked into the room, Max Metcalf and Thomas Clawson were seated in front of a whiteboard covered in diagrams, To-Do lists, and statistics. On the To-Do lists… Continue reading

News: Shows This Week (5/24 – 5/28)

See what shows in Utah County are happening near you!   Velour Live Music Gallery Wednesday, May 25th, Velour will hold an acoustic showcase featuring Austin Lush, Cole, Blake Crestani, and Kendra Squire. On Friday, May 27th, The Aces will premiere their new single, “Stuck.” They will be joined by… Continue reading

News: As College Semesters End, Year End Festivals Pick Up

  Before Utah college towns go ghost over the summer, several events are hoping to end the school year with a bang   Provo, Utah’s population was 116,288 in 2013. According to Forbes, BYU’s number of undergraduate students is 27,765. [1] That’s nearly 24% of the city’s population. It’s well known… Continue reading

Exclusive: Learn Law by Day, LYLOH by Night

LYLOH is an aspiring BYU Law student with a knack for crafting beautiful electronica.   When she’s not catching up on sleep/studying, Holly Henrich is creating beautiful music, complete with sonically breathtaking electronic soundscapes and her sweet, nuanced vocals. Her BANKS meets FYFE/Chet Faker sound is bringing significant internet attention her way. She… Continue reading

News: Grey Glass to Play The Wall With The Opskamatrists

Provo band Grey Glass is teaming up with The Opskamatrists – a band from Idaho Falls – to provide a visually engaging, affordable sonic experience   Tomorrow night, Grey Glass will be taking the stage at The Wall, located in the Wilkinson Student Center on BYU Campus. Joining them will be… Continue reading

News: Amber Lynn Releases Impressive New Video

  Amber Lynn releases a jaw-dropping live cover following her departure from American Idol.   Today, Amber Lynn released a live cover of Sia’s “Bird Set Free.” The video, shot by Nik Day, features Rashida Call on keys and background vocals, Ryan Margetts on guitar, Alex Vincent on bass, and Aaron… Continue reading

News: Shows This Week (2/1 – 2/6)

  See what live shows are happening downtown near you!   Velour Live Music Gallery This Friday, February 5th, The Devil Whale, Location Location, and Code Hero will be reuniting as part of Velour’s 10th anniversary celebration. Joining them will be Jay William Henderson of Band of Annuals. Tickets are $8 in advance (get your… Continue reading