Live Music To See Feb. 24-26
Looking for live music this weekend? Here’s what we’ve got on our radars.
Carrie Underwood @ Chaifetz Arena 7pm, $43-$73
Discovered on 2005’s “American Idol,” Carrie Underwood has paved her way as one of pop country’s most successful, original artists.
LouGrass Thursday’s @The Bootleg at Atomic Cowboy w/ Johnny Campbell and the Bluegrass Drifters 9pm, $3
The Bootleg welcomes Johnny Campbell as part of the LouGrass series that features some of the best bluegrass from the area.
Excision @ The Pageant 8pm, $25
Jeff Abel (stage name, Excision) is a Canadian DJ and producer who focuses on minimalist percussion and atmospheric sounds.
The Van Ella Band @ Jazz at the Bistro 7:30 & 9:30, $15
Lola van Ella (an ex-burlesque artist and singer) joined forces with Dustin Sholtes and Andy Hainz to create a sexy bunch of original songs being performed (Feb. 23 & 24) at the Bistro in Grand Center.
The Road to Pointfest 2016 @ Pops w/ Tree One Four, Alternate Outcome, Ends Of Infinity, Noesis, Purge the Evil 7pm, $6 (Finals are on Feb. 26!)
For those of you gearing up for this year’s Pointfest, you can get a head-start on the summer at Pops this Friday.
The BlackStar All-stars’ Tribute to David Bowie @ Ready Room w/ 7 Shot Screamers, Karate Bikini, Tory Z Starbuck, Giant Monsters on The Horizon, Lonely, Mountain String Band, Aquitaine, Eric Hall, Dave Grelle, CaveofswordS 8pm, $10
Join this stacked lineup for a night of tribute to one of the greatest—because showing respect never gets old.
Turnpike Troubadours @ The Pageant 8pm, $20
The Troubadours are an American red dirt, alt-country band from Oklahoma that captures both political folk and honky tonk.
Bottle Rockets @ South Broadway Athletic Club w/ Old Souls Revival 7pm, $20
Bottle Rockets were a major presence in the 1990s music scene, creating a mix of country, rock and punk. Local band Old Souls Revival join them for a concert benefiting the South Broadway Athletic Club.
The Who Hits 50! @ Scottrade Center 7:30 pm, (wide range of prices)
This is a major moment for The Who fans. Celebrating 50 years of hits, The Who releases a compilation album of “hits, picks, mixes and misses” (according to Pete Townshend).