Musical Lineup

Headliner

7:30 - 9:00pm • Saturday, Oct. 12

LITZ brings together a wide array of musical influences ranging from funk, jam, go-go, soul, electronica and just about everywhere inbetween to amalgamate a new sound for the ears of the world. Their sound strides to sonically transport it's listeners to another planet free of the stress, struggles, and tribulations of modern day life through the use of funky horn riffs, wah-wah keys, pounding bass, driving/progressive rhythms and melt your face guitar.

https://funkylitzmusic.com/

6:00 - 7:15pm • Saturday, Oct. 12

Stoll Vaughan is an "under the radar" Americana artist who has seized the opportunities that well written and thoughtfully recorded songs can provide. His first two records, Hold on to Sleep and Dreams, and Love Like a Mule produced by Mike Wanchic respectfully hit the top 10 on the Americana charts. touring alongside names like Mellencamp, Marty Stuart, James McMurtry, Don Williams and John Fogerty to founding his own music publishing company. His music has been featured prominently on major motion pictures and network TV series. He is also been the composer for David Lynch’s Interview Project, (for which it garnered a Webby Award), Really written and directed by Jay Chandrasekhar, and The Making Of "There Will Be Blood".

http://www.stollvaughan.com/

4:45 - 5:45pm • Saturday, Oct. 12

Nickel&Rose have influences that span the spectrum of American music. Carl’s background brings elements of West African music and Blues while Johanna brings her experience playing Bluegrass, Folk and Jazz. From loss to heart break to love, Nickel&Rose address the human experience with gentle harmonies and soul stirring cries. With a shared appreciation for traditional music and a desire to break rules, the two have have created a unique sound that embodies Americana's past and future.

https://www.nickelandrose.com/

3:45 - 4:30pm • Saturday, Oct. 12

Born in Utah's Canyon Country, Slim Pickins brings high-energy bluegrass, Americana and roots music to the Colorado Plateau and beyond. Deeply rooted in traditional acoustic music, the band stays true to its beginnings while seamlessly venturing across musical genres and styles.

https://www.slimpickinsband.com/music

Ugly Boys

2:45 - 3:30pm • Saturday, Oct. 12

Formed in 2018 as an idea over boxed wine, Ugly Boys have been carefree from the onset. Audibly promoting positivity through vibrant harmonies, glittering guitar, and retro funk-inspired grooves. With a catalogue featuring four singles, swiftly followed up by their debut EP “Do You Like Me?”, the Ugly Boys headed out on multiple US tours opening for such bands as: Little Dragon, Matt & Kim, the Ladies of LCD Soundsystem, BRONCHO, and Com Truise. Sexy, fun, and Ultraviolet, the tender style of Ugly Boys lifts you from your worries like a Saturday morning cartoon, and leaves you dancing with your heart in the clouds.

https://www.someuglyboys.com/

1:45pm - 2:30pm • Saturday, Oct. 12

Funky psychedelia for dancing in the desert.

www.facebook.com/funkymothercluckers/

12:45 -1:30pm • Saturday, Oct. 12

Still the Weather encompasses the original music of singer/songwriter, Jenna Talbott, originating in Reno, NV, based out of Moab, Utah, and interwoven across the west.

www.facebook.com/stilltheweather/ 

12-12:30pm • Saturday, Oct. 12

 Quicksand Soup is a high energy alternative bluegrass band based in Moab, Utah. Led by acclaimed songwriter Sand Sheff, Quicksand Soup features top notch instrumental talent, five great vocalists and catchy and unique songs.   They are known for an enormous repertoire of original, old-time and classic selections with an emphasis on showing audiences a great time. They can play the late night bluegrass party set and then get up on Sunday Morning, have a cup of coffee and deliver awesome hard-core gospel.

https://quicksandsoup.com/   

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