Tooele City Arts Council
90 North Main Street
Tooele, UT 84074
2019 Fridays on Vine Schedule of Performers
Come enjoy our FREE Summer Concert Series each Friday night at 7:00 p.m. at the Aquatic Center Park (200 West Vine Street, Tooele). Bring your blankets and chairs, family and friends, and enjoy great entertainment Fridays on Vine. There will be food trucks each night!
June 7: CARVER LOUIS
Carver Louis is a country music artist who has had the opportunity to open for artists such as John Michael Montgomery, Carly Pierce, Midland, and Diamond Rio. Carver Louis performs original music with a modern country style. Carver Louis has performed at various music festivals, establishments, arts festivals, county fairs, and has donated his talents to various charity functions since 2015. Carver Louis will put on a show that you won’t soon forget.
June 14: EXIT 99
Exit 99 is a talented group of local musicians that hail from different parts of Tooele County. They have been sharing their passion, love for music, and entertaining fans since the band formed in 2011. Their unique sound provides a fresh spin and different perspective on popular country songs, classic old western favorites, and even some vintage rock. Exit 99 provides professional quality musicianship, and they’re sure to bring the house down!
June 21: Tooele Arts Festival
• Friday, June 21
• Saturday, June 22
• Sunday, June 23
June 28: UTAH ARMY NATIONAL GUARD BAND
“The Governor’s Own” 23rd Army Band has been providing music for both Military and Civilian events for nearly a century. The band has performed in many states, and internationally in Russia, Germany and the Kingdom of Morocco. With roughly 60 performances per year, the 23rd Army Band is one of the busiest Military Bands in the Country. The members are proud to serve as soldiers in the Utah Army National Guard, and are grateful for the opportunity to perform for you! The Band is under the direction of Chief Warrant Officer Denny Saunders and First Sergeant Bryce Bird.
Tonight’s concert is also part of Tooele City’s week-long 4th of July Celebration!
July 5: NATHAN OSMOND
Nathan Osmond is more than just “A Little Bit Country!” Nominated for New Artist of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year and Country Breakthrough Artist of the Year by the New Music Awards in Los Angeles, he began to make a name for himself in the country music world with four consecutive #1 hit singles.
The nephew of Donny and Marie Osmond, he grew up on the set of the Donny & Marie show where he watched his famous uncle and aunt, his father and other famous siblings perform. He used to tour with The Osmond’s on the road as his father Alan would take him on the tour buses.
He was raised in Provo, Utah but moved as a teenager to Branson, Missouri. He is one of 8 boys and is the son of Alan and Suzanne Osmond. He married Sarah Eileen Osmond and together they have 4 boys named Zachary, Corbin, Samuel and Beckham.
He and his brothers were first discovered by the late Bob Hope in 1986 when he invited them to perform on his Christmas Show.
Tonight following this concert is a family movie in the park as part of Tooele City’s week-long 4th of July Celebration! After the concert stay for the movie in the park. Call 435-843-2292 for show title.
July 12: PETER BREINHOLT
Peter Breinholt is one of the most reliably beloved performers in the region, and became so largely through word-of-mouth. His debut record, a collection of songs he released as a student at the University of Utah, became the best-selling independently released CD ever in the state of Utah and was eventually described by Salt Lake Magazine as “an underground classic”. Peter has also performed for countless sold out crowds in every major concert hall in the region, including Kingsbury Hall, Tuacahn and Sundance. Governor Gary Herbert recently honored Peter with the Governor’s Mansion Lifetime Achievement Award for his enduring influence as a songwriter and performer.
July 19: ARTIE HEMPHILL
When you come see Artie Hemphill and the Iron Horse Band perform, what do you get? You get an amazing group of uniquely talented musicians, vocalists and performers who create a savory smorgasbord for the senses. When they take the stage, they whip up a musical treat that satisfies even the most intense craving for great country music, while at the same time, instilling in you an insatiable hunger that’ll keep you begging for more.
The members of the band are undisputed professionals with impressive pedigrees. The expertise they display while showcasing their incredible talents to eager fans stems from a long list of combined experience. Spending years on the road with national touring acts, investing over a decade living in Nashville performing countless live shows, many times in front of crowds numbering the thousands.
Due to the widely diverse musical backgrounds that converge in the group, this “gourmet” country band has dialed in a sound that is unique and appealing to all country fans and even many non-country music fans alike. Iron Horse’s on stage energy, mind blowing musicianship and the interaction between the band members and audience is always a sure fire crowd pleaser!
July 26: PARTY ROCK PROJECT
August 2: JOSHUA CREEK
Joshua Creek performs regularly at corporate and civic events throughout the Western U.S. Their unique blend of storytelling and Americana-folk-country music leaves audiences both laughing and crying. Over the last 11 years the band has released 6 CDs and one live DVD, which have received local and national radio airplay, including the No. 1 Country-Gospel hit “What Kinda Car?” They have also won regional and national songwriting awards, including a Pearl Award for “Songwriter of the Year.”
Joshua Creek has played such venues and events as Abravanal Hall, Vivant Arena, The Tabernacle at Temple Square, Dodger Stadium (singing the National Anthem), Sandy Amphitheater, SCERA Theatre, Timpanogos Storytelling Festival, Swiss Days, Heber Cowboy Poetry Festival and many other city and county concert series and summer festivals. Joshua Creek combines the songwriting, performance and production talents of Jeff Hinton, Quint Randle, Ron Saltmarsh and James Hollister.
August 9: IMAGINE
That’s what this Beatles tribute band is all about. From their convincing Liverpool accents with Beatles wit to their pointed Cuban heel boots and authentic vintage instruments, what you’ll experience during their show is pure magic. It’s like seeing the Beatles in concert for the first time!
The four lads joined in 1993 and have performed more than 1200 shows across the United States and abroad. Over the years they have had the privilege of sharing the stage with such notable acts as the Beach Boys, Jay Leno, Chicago, Three Dog Night, Carrie Underwood, Glen Campbell, Badfinger, America, the Mandrel Sisters, the Temptations, the Commodores, the Buckinghams and others. Among their many highlights would include performing at the Nokia Sugarbowl in New Orleans for a national TV audience, being the first act to ever perform at the USANA amphitheater in Salt Lake City, Utah and their 21 shows at the Shanghai Music Festival in May 2005
Some of their many satisfied clients would include: The US Air Force, US Navy, Boy Scouts of America, Coldwell-Banker, Chevron, Sinclair Oil Corp., Wells Fargo, Lion’s Clubs of America, National Order of Police, National Order of Firefighters, Shanghai Music Festival, Bowl Games of America, The Puyallup Fair, The Utah State Fair, The Big Fresno Fair, the Utah Symphony, Grand Junction Symphony and the Macon Symphony. Imagine will take you back to a truly fantastic time that can NEVER BE again. Please sit back and……Imagine.
August 16: RYAN SHUPE
Join the Tooele City Chamber of Commerce for a community bbq before the concert! Cost is $3.00 per person.
Ryan Shupe is roaring back with “We Rode On”, his new album coming the first part of 2016. “We Rode On” marks a striking career transition and a meaningful evolution in Shupe’s songwriting, his life, and the band’s sound. It strongly and deftly combines the rock side of their musical arsenal with the acoustic instruments and virtuosic jamming the band has become known for in their live shows. Like a mad musical scientist (and father/husband), Ryan Shupe recorded, arranged and tweaked the band’s newest creation in his personal studio. “I wanted to create a new sound and an evolution for the band’s music” said Shupe, “It’s the best album we’ve done and definitely the most rocking!” Being a 5th generation fiddler, an accomplished electric guitar, acoustic guitar and mandolin player, Shupe has been touring extensively across the US since he was 10 years old. He is no stranger to the national stage and the band has appeared on Good Morning America, E! TV, Mountain Stage, Woodsongs, GAC and CMT. They continue to tour regularly with stops at festivals, concert series, special events and prestigious venues. Bringing a national team together with radio, marketing, social media, and publicity, the band will continue touring nationally through 2015 and 2016 to promote the album, starting with the regions where they have a strong following.