“They heard me singing and they told me to stop. ‘Quit these pretentious things and just punch the clock.'” Read the rest of this entry
My ward (yes I am one of the many, many Mormons in Provo) had its Winter Semester Closing Social last night, and I was in charge of the talent show. By the time we finally got out of there, most of the local shows were underway and I wasn’t planning on spending any money. The only thing left was Sugar Ray at the Riverwoods. It was free and they used to be one of America’s biggest bands, so I hopped in a car with some friends to check it out. Read the rest of this entry
This is a music blog, but I would like to take some time out to discuss some places in Provo that have been doing a lot to support culture in Provo. Read the rest of this entry
I made a list of bands in Provo, currently at 115, and over 40 of those play some variation of acoustic indie folk. The reason that this sort of music is so prevalent in Provo is that many wish to imitate those who play it well. Read the rest of this entry
The Compound, Provo’s hidden venue, played the host to some fine rock/roll last night. The house was packed and my ears are still ringing. Read the rest of this entry
I honestly can’t understand what people are expecting from a free blog run by a busy college student who also works. I’m not even a writer. I haven’t gotten a good grade on a writing assignment since high school. I’ve even started every sentence so far with “I”, if that tells you anything. Read the rest of this entry
Chasing Kings‘ frontman Matt Schwartz told me last night that no other town in the United States has a music scene like Provo.
Music is my raison d’être. I listen to it as I walk to and from campus. I listen to it as I work on art projects. I sing along loudly in my car. I’ve been playing it since Read the rest of this entry