3605 S State Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
Now, my base of operations is again Utah, having relocated there after my mother’s death several years ago, to be closer to Karen’s family and help care for her ailing mother. Karen decided at this point that she did not care to actively perform live any longer and that wanted devote herself to other pursuits. Not wanting to be creatively idle, I continued to write, record, and perform my music live. I have returned to my love of the blues and have recorded a couple more CDs of original blues and jazz tunes—“Blue Mundy (Part 1)” and “Blue Mundy (Part2)”—with my new performing group, “RANDY MUNDY & THE MUNDY MOURNING BLUES BAND”. I am currently working on a third blues and jazz CD, which I hope to release later this year. Life is good when you can do what you love.
Pony Express Days named after the Pony Express Trail, which runs through their city is Eagle Mountain City’s annual festival held around May 25th through first week of June.
Annual Pony Express Days Headliner Concert at SilverLake Amphitheater in Eagle Mountain City. Come enjoy the exciting rodeo action at the rodeo named “Best Small Rodeo in Utah” by the PRCA in 2011..
Eagle Mountain SilverLake Amphitheater
7920 N Pony Express Pkwy, Eagle Mountain, Utah 84005 (801) 789-6603
Eagle Mountain City Hall
1650 E Stagecoach Run, Eagle Mountain, UT 84005 (801) 358-1175
Enjoy free, informal, hour-long concerts at beautiful Brigham Young Historic Park on Tuesday and Friday evenings throughout June, July, and August. All ages are welcome. Limited seating is provided; blankets and lawn chairs are allowed.
The Brigham Young Historic Park is on the southeast corner of State Street and 2nd Avenue (North Temple), one block east of Temple Square.
If the weather is bad, concerts will be held in the Assembly Hall on Temple Square. For more information, call 1-801-240-3323.
14 year old Maddie Wilson (Salem, Utah) loves music that makes people feel good; she began singing as an infant. Maddie has a unique soulful country singing style which has been described as having the edge of Taylor Swift and range of Carrie Underwood. Maddie is an accomplished musician who plays guitar, piano, writes and composes music. Maddie currently receives vocal instruction from Dean Kaelin, vocal coach for David Archuleta, and other star singers.
Maddie released her debut original song, that she wrote, in June 2010 called “Fall For Me”. She is now working on an EP to release in the spring of 2011.
Maddie is working with Shaun Barrowes (2007 American Idol Finalist) as a featured artist and collaborator on the “Live For Music” youtube series and tour. She is also a featured artist at Nashville Spotlight, TFC Talent Forums, Stars2come.com and other organizations who recognize young artists.
Maddie has large numbers of followers on YouTube, Reverbnation, and Facebook where she has posted covers and originals. In July, 2010 K-Bull 93 in Salt Lake City played “Fall For Me” as a kick it or keep it feature song and the song receive an overwhelming “keep it” vote. Other radio stations have played “Fall For Me” in the U.S. and Canada. Maddie uses her music and influence for good and hopes to make a positive difference in the world.
Cotton Jones with Oh My God and Paul Jacobsen and the Madison Arm
Cumberland, Maryland-based band, The Cotton Jones Basket Ride is an indie folk-pop band currently signed to Suicide Squeeze Records. The band started as a side project for Michael Nau, lead singer and creator of Page France, and has since become a full-time project, releasing a series of EPs and embarking on its first large scale tour.
Biology says: That people who live at high altitudes must develop physiological adaptations to the decreased amount of oxygen available in order to maintain homeostasis. The list of adaptations includes a heart that is proportionally larger thanthat of a person living at sealevel. Michael Nau and Whitney McGraw have hearts huge, hearts full of music that mixes elements of soul, rock and gospel into a gauzy cocoon of small town sound.
Mayfield first performed with her family bluegrass band One Way Rider at the age of 8. They began touring as a family band, boarding a 1956 tour bus (once belonging to Bill Monroe, Kitty Wells, and Ernest Tubb) and headed south from Ohio to Tennessee. At age 11, Jessica began playing guitar and writing songs. She asked her brother David to show her a few chords, and then she started using those chords to write her own songs.
Jessica got her first break at the Europe Gyro in Kent, Ohio playing for tips and free pizza every Monday. The place is known for its rough and unforgiving crowd and the experience toughened her act up considerably. For this residency she had a fresh batch of songs she had just written after a break up with her first boyfriend. It was then that she realized she had somewhere to channel her sadness: into her music.
JULY 14 – EXPLOSIONS IN THE SKY / NO AGE
JULY 21 – THE DECEMBERISTS / TYPHOON
JULY 28 – EDWARD SHARPE & THE MAGNETIC ZEROS
AUGUST 4 – THURSTON MOORE / KURT VILE AND THE VIOLATORS
AUGUST 11 – BRIGHT EYES
AUGUST 18 – GHOSTLAND OBSERVATORY
AUGUST 25 – LUPE FIASCO
Seating is first come, first served, and a person must be present at all times to reserve seating, no blankets near the stage area. Beer and wine are available for purchase. No alcoholic beverages or glass containers may be brought into Pioneer Park. No smoking, no pets. For bus and TRAX information visit rideuta.com. Bicycle valet parking is provided by Salt Lake Bicycle Collective, Street parking and paid parking lots are available near the venue.