Robert Francis will be live in concert at SHO in Murray August 11, promoting his upcoming album Before Nightfall. This talented singer/songwriter is currently supporting Pricilla Ahn on tour so look for tickets under her name. Francis’ first and only album to date, One by One, landed him steady jobs in Southern California and a national tour with Missy Higgins in 2008.
Give your ears a break from all of the lectures and professors this summer, and skedaddle on over to the Avalon on June 13 to see Ben Kweller live in concert. Not yet had the pleasure of hearing Kweller’s music? Download some songs from his new album, Changing Horses, and prepare to meet your new favorite summer artist.
How are death and laughter related? Come find out at the Covey Center for the Arts’ newest play “Every Day a Little Death.” This two-person comedy starring Elwon Bakly and Fallon Hanson is centered around everyday events that bring us laughter and joy, from jokes to feeling nervous to life in general.
If you haven’t been to one of Provo’s monthly Gallery Strolls yet, now would be a great time to start. Beginning April 3, the Sego Art Center will be hosting an international new media exhibit called Forms of Melancholy which will be greeted by an opening reception that evening from 6-9 p.
Singer and songwriter Kirby Heyborne will be live in concert at the Covey Center for the Arts on April 3, 2009 for the release of his new album, The Elm Tree. The 10 track album includes collaborations with distinguished violinist Ryan Shupe and trumpeter Chris Lane.
In an effort to improve the environment at UVU, President Holland’s first act as leader was to ban the popular Ugg Boots. Protests have sprung up all around campus in response to this result. “I’m outraged,” said a UVU protestor, “I’m going to get all of my girlfriends from BYU to help with this unfair decision.
Ballet West in Salt Lake is at it again with another new and exciting performance called Treasures of the Ballets Russes. This recital is set to sample some of the original Ballet Russes’ most famous and profound pieces, including Les Biches, The Prodigal Son and Polovetsian Dances.
As soon as you walk through the doors of the Pennyroyal Café, you are instantly enveloped by the eclectic ambience that wafts like a whimsical bohemian vapor beneath the high ceilings. Antique couches, crystal chandeliers, artwork-filled walls and an Old Hollywood-style red carpet running from the doors to the counter make for the perfect place to unwind after a busy day.