Tag Archives: Fiddlers

Western Cowboy Poetry Gathering

Heber Valley Western Entertainment

Heber Valley hosts one of the nation’s largest Cowboy Poetry gatherings, the Heber Valley Western Music and Cowboy Poetry Gathering. Performers from all over the United States travel to Utah to perform in front of audiences that embrace the Western culture.

  • Cowboy Dinner
  • Mountain Man Camp
  • Buckaroo Fair
  • Cowboy Express Train
  • Western Arts & Crafts
  • Live Music & Entertainment
  • Buckaroo Ball
  • Cowboy Poetry

October (2nd Week) Annually

Western & Cowboy Poetry Gathering
Wasatch High School
930 South 500 East, Heber

Peach Days

Hurricane Harvest Fair Fest

  • Peach Cook-Off
  • Carnival
  • Live Entertainment
  • Hurrican Canal Trek
  • Fiddling Contest
  • Quilt Show
  • Home Made Goods
  • Food Vendors
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Live Music
  • Corn Hole & PickleBall
  • Free Swimming
  • Foam Dance

September (1st Week) Annually

Peach Days
Hurricane City, Utah 84737
(435) 635-2811

Utah State Instrument Championships

IAMA presents the Utah State Instrument Championships USIC with ten different competitions. Each of five different contests has a Novice Division (for beginners) and an Open Division (for advanced players) contest. The five contests are Banjo, Mandolin, Fiddle, Flatpick Guitar, and Fingerstyle Guitar.

  • Music Instrument Competition
  • Contests
  • Bluegrass
  • Flat-pick Guitar
  • Fingerstyle Guitar
  • Fiddle
  • Banjo
  • Mandolin

July (2nd Week) Annually

Utah State Instrument Championships
Intermountain Acoustic Music Association IAMA
Salt Lake Arts Academy
844 S 200 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
(801) 531-1173

Brigham Young Historic Park Concerts

Acoustic Guitar Music, Brigham Young Historic Park, Salt Lake City, Utah, Free Concerts, Bluegrass, Folk, Choir, Children's Performances, FamilyEnjoy 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.

Brigham Young Historic Park
50 West North Temple Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84150 (801) 240-3323

The Lovell Sisters

There is a word often used when describing rising Americana stars The Lovell Sisters: Passion. It’s what these three young women (ages 18-23) feel when they step on stage. Passion is the fuel that feeds their writing and arranging, and it colors every note they play and sing on Time To Grow, their upcoming album. Winners of Prairie Home Companion’s National Teen Talent Competition in 2005, the Lovell Sisters spread the heavenly harmony of sisterhood and sibling string virtuosity — Jessica on fiddle, Megan on dobro, Rebecca on guitar and mandolin (the first female to win the Merlefest mandolin contest).”

Box Dinners
Too busy to pack your own picnic? For the Round Mountain and LovellSisters concerts, we are offering two food options to pair with your own drinks or bottle of wine. Just select your preference on this order form and your boxed dinner, prepared by Jeremiah’s Catering, will be waiting for you at the concert by 6:30 pm. Options include:

Gourmet cheese & fruit platter for two. $12
Cold pasta salad with artisan bread for one. $12

http://www.ogdennaturecenter.org/index.php/News-Events/2009-Outdoor-Summer-Concerts/The-Lovell-Sisters-August-28-7pm.htm

Lovell Sisters

Kate MacLeod’s CD release concert “Blooming”

Music in the Box welcomes the celebrated and sought-after performer, Kate MacLeod for her CD release concert “Blooming”.
Kate is an accomplished studio musician and singer, who is best known for her original songs and her unique fiddling style. Her song writing style and live performances display an unbreakable link between traditional music and cutting-edge contemporary song writing. She has been hailed as one of the “Ten Acts to Watch” by the editors of the MusicHound Folk Essential Album Guide. Join Kate along with musicians Mark Hazel, Steve Keen, Robert Dow and special guest author Teresa Jordan.

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Irish Fiddle Virtuoso, Martin Hayes

Returning to Ogden to open the 2009-20 Cultural Affairs season are Irish fiddle virtuoso, Martin Hayes, and American guitarist, Dennis Cahill. The duo has garnered international renown for taking traditional Irish music to the very edge of the genre, holding listeners spellbound with slow-building, fiery performances.

Martin Hayes is regarded as one of the most extraordinary talents to emerge in the world of Irish traditional music. His unique sound, his mastery of his chosen instrument – the violin – his acknowledgement of the past and his shaping of the future of the music, combine to create an astonishing and formidable artistic intelligence. He is the recipient of major national and international awards: most recently the prestigious Gradam Ceoil, Musician of the Year 2008 from the Irish language television station TG 4; previously Man of the Year from the American Irish Historical Society; Folk Instrumentalist of the Year from BBC Radio; a National Entertainment Award (the Irish ‘Grammy’); six All-Ireland fiddle championships – before the age of nineteen – and cited by the Irish Sunday Tribune as one of the hundred most influential Irish men and women in the fields of entertainment, politics and sports in the year 2000, as well as one of the most important musicians to come out of Ireland in the last fifty years.

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Luke Bulla (Lyle Lovett), Sean Watkins (Nickel Creek) and Glen Phillips

WPA is an expandable collective, with Luke Bulla (Lyle Lovett), Sean Watkins (Nickel Creek) and Glen Phillips (Toad the Wet Sprocket) at its core.

Works Progress Administration takes its name from FDR’s 1939 New Deal initiative, which put millions to work making buildings, bridges, theater, art and music. The original WPA was rooted in the values of community and creativity, and helped to keep the fire of human dignity burning through the darkest years of the Great Imposters.

WPA was born out of the musical community surrounding the legendary LA club, Largo. The members of the band had known and admired each other for years, and found themselves with a strong batch of unrecorded songs, a little down time, and a collective feeling that it might be a good idea to put something on tape.

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