EVERY BAND IN PROVO

I would like to start off by saying that The Grove Theater, a new venue in Pleasant Grove located in a wonderful building with a very high capacity, is looking for bands to play there. Contact thegrovebooking@gmail.com (Nate Baldwin) to play there!

As you can already see, we’re starting to make some changes to this blog. We are now known as The Provo Music Guide. You can become a fan on Facebook or follow us on Twitter. There are now a small handful of writers, and we are always looking for more! We have a new domain name registered and within the next few weeks will be leaving Blogger in order to add some needed features.

One thing that we really want Provo musicians and fans alike to have is a database of our many local acts. So right now we’ve created a list of all the bands we could think of. That list will include links to the bands’ music, Facebook/Myspace/official pages, and if the band is willing, contact information for press and booking purposes. I am including the list in this post so you all can help me make it as accurate as possible. (Please note that some of these bands are recently defunct or have moved from Provo, but I include them anyway.)

90s Television
Abby Normal
Adding Machines
Allred
The Apache
APT
The Archer’s Apple
Archie Crisanto
Aubrey & Alexander
Baby Ghosts
Bearcats
Benton Paul
Big Trub
Blind Actuaries
Book on Tapeworm
Boots to the Moon
Boy and His Balloon
The Brocks
The Broken Spells
Burnt Reynolds & His Hot Bones
Caleb Loveless
Calm Paradox
Casanova Frankenstein
Chance Lewis
Chasing Xan
Code Hero
Cody Rigby
Cody Taylor
Colleen Green
Cory Mon & the Starlight Gospel
Crab Scratch Ecstasy
The Crylics
D9
Denney in Stereo
Desert Noises
The Devil Whale
Dream Eater
Drew Danburry
Eden Express
Eidola
Emily Brown
Empirates
Eyes Lips Eyes
Father Time
Fatigi
The Federal Party Players
Ferocious Oaks
Fictionist
Follow the Earth
Foxheart
Ghost in a Jar
Gigawhat
Glowing Heads
Goodnight Annabelle
Gypsy Cab
Hard Drive to France
Holy Water Buffalo
The Howitzers
Imagine Dragons
In Dreaming
Isaac Russel
J. Wride
Jacket Weather
Jennifer Blosil
John Ross Boyce & His Troubles
John Thomas Marco
Joshua James
Just for the Record
Kathleen Frewin
Katie Brandeburg
Kite Theory
Lindsey Stirling
The Lovecapades
The Lucky Crickets
The Lunatic
Lucid 8
Mad Diving Barons
Mason Porter
Matt Weidauer
The Mighty Sequoyah
Monkeygrinder
Mudbison
Nate Baldwin & the Sound
The Neighbors
Neon Trees
Night Night
Norther
OK Ikumi
The Old Grey Geese
Pablo Blaqk
Parlor Hawk
Prince of Whales
Red Orange
Return to Sender
Ring of Scribes
Rollercoaster for Henry
Ryan Innes
Sayde Price
Schroeder
Seafinch
The Second Estate
The Second Round
Seve vs. Evan
Shady Chapel
Shark Speed
The Soft Bler
Softcastle
Street Legal
Stucki
Sunflow
Tighty Willis
Till We Have Faces
Timber!
Toy Bombs
Vibe Rising
Vibrant Sound
Victoria
White Elephant
Wild Apples
The Whits
Wolves

As you can see, it’s a very big list. Help from anyone and everyone is very much appreciated and necessary for a project like this. I am not looking to exclude anyone, but please keep in mind that I am only included bands rooted in Utah County, and no bands that have broken up for more than a year or so. The comment box below is there for you to help me out! Or you can send me an e-mail. Thanks for the support and love!

mlewisbarker

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About M. Lewis Barker

Guitarist/singer in Wild Apples, freelance artist.

Posted on April 7, 2011, in News and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. OK Ikumi
    Eden Express
    John Ross Boyce and His Troubles
    Return to Sender
    Code Hero

    and many more…

  2. Lots o bands. Like it.

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