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Tooele City Arts Council

90 North Main Street
Tooele, UT 84074

Phone: 435.843.2141
Fax: 435.843.2109

hollyt@tooelecity.org

2021 Fridays on Vine Schedule of Performers

We are excited to be back for the 2021 Summer!  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 4: SUPERINTENDENTS OF ROCK and Chamber of Commerce BBQ at 6:00 p.m.

Join the Tooele City Chamber of Commerce for a community BBQ before the concert! Cost is $5.00 per person.  Proceeds benefit the Tooele County Food Bank.

The Superintendents of Rock

Pictured left to right:  Steve Carlsen (Box Elder), Scott Crane (Retired), Scott Rogers (Tooele), and Kodey Hughes (Juab)

The “Superintendents Of Rock” was formed in 2015 by four practicing Utah school district superintendents.  They play for fun and stress relief and have performed at a variety of venues from small to large over the past 6 years. They play mostly cover songs from the good ol’ age of rock and roll classics. Come out and join them while they continue their efforts to “Stick It To The Man!”

Playlist

Song – Singer

  1. Have You Ever Seen The Rain – Steve
  2. What’s Going On – Performed by Tooele City Mayor Debbie Winn
  3. Margaritaville – Scott R
  4. Twist & Shout (Beatles) – Kodey
  5. Black Magic Woman – Scott C
  6. You May Be Right – Steve
  7. Hoochie Coochie Man – Scott R
  8. Brown Eyed Girl – Scott C
  9. Born On The Bayou – Steve
  10. Little Sister – Scott R
  11. Fast As You – Scott C
  12. Sharp Dressed Man – Kodey
  13. Folsom Prison Blues – Steve
  14. Knocking on Heavens Door – All
  15. Green River – Scott R
  16. Mary Jane’s Last Dance – Scott C
  17. Mustang Sally – Scott R
  18. Pretty Woman – Steve
  19. Hold My Hand – Scott C
  20. You Look Wonderful Tonight – Steve
  21. Five O’Clock Somewhere – Scott R
  22. Last Kiss – Steve

June 11: THE BUCKAROO BALLADEERS

The Buckaroo Balladeers

Let Us Bring Some Western Entertainment to Your Next Event!  The Buckaroo Balladeers provide Authentic Western Music and Cowboy Entertainment to any Western themed or equine event, house concert, campfire, backyard BBQ, trail ride or pack trip. From performing to a standing ovation at the Ryman Auditorium to intimate little performances at a branding, their resume includes performances at many Cowboy Music and Poetry Gatherings across the West, many private and public appearances, and their self-titled, critically acclaimed CD has received air play from Western Music radio across the U.S., Europe and Australia. They have been a featured act on The Shotgun Red Variety Show which airs on RFD-TV that has over 1.5 million viewers weekly.  The Buckaroo Balladeers will work with most any entertainment budget. Their music and wit will make any Western event special and memorable.  Sit back, take a deep seat, and get ready to be entertained…The Buckaroo Way!

June 18: EXIT 99

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 25: PETER BREINHOLT

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.

Tonight’s concert is also part of Tooele City’s week-long 4th of July Celebration! 

July 2: 4th of July Concert and Fireworks with Carver Louis featuring CHARLEY JENKINS

July 9: IMAGINE

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.

July 16: ARMY NATIONAL GUARD BAND

Army 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.

July 23: CHRISTINE FAWSON

Christine Fawson

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Christine Fawson is an unforgettable talent who mesmerizes audiences around the world with her sultry vocals and virtuosic trumpet playing. Originally from Northern California, Christine has forged a path through jazz and commercial entertainment and has sculpted the minds of young artists for over 20 years. 

Endorsed by the prestigious Bach corporation, Christine was an innovative presence for 14 years on the Brass faculty at Berklee College of Music, lending her talents to the Ear Training/Harmony, Vocal,  Performance Studies and Ensemble Departments, as well as evaluating student applicants through the Audition and Interview process. Berklee showcased her talents in countless performances, recordings, promotional materials, and jazz clinics in several foreign partner schools.Downbeat Magazine noted Christine as “A distinctive performer with compelling dynamism,” and Jack Bowers of All About Jazz, touts her presence as “a performer who must be seen, as well as heard to be suitably appreciated.” Christine was awarded third place in the 2017 International Sarah Vaughan Jazz Vocal Competition and has been selected as one of five finalists in the upcoming 2019 competition, which will be held in Newark, NJ on November 24, 2019. Her lengthy tenure in the popular vocal jazz ensemble, Syncopation, included a featured performance in the 2009 Boston Pops July 4th Celebration, among other distinguished festivals around the United States and Japan. Syncopation produced three recordings during this time, including A New Dance, Of Blue, and Wonderful You, and regularly performed throughout the Boston area with The Capitol Center Jazz Orchestra and Phil Wilson’s acclaimed Rainbow Band. From 2004-2009, Christine was a member of the renowned DIVA Jazz Orchestra, garnering exposure nationally and internationally, including appearances at Carnegie Hall, Apollo Theater, and Lincoln Center with legendary artists such as Johnny Mandel and Tommy Newsom. Her stunning singing and trumpet playing were regularly featured with DIVA, including an unforgettable vocal performance at Dizzy’s Club in the 2016 Ella Wishes You a Swinging Christmas tribute concert. Christine’s natural ability to captivate audiences and endless musical versatility have made her an in-demand trumpet player in New York, Boston, and around the country. Her performances with Wilson Stevens, The Rat Pack, The Disney Corporation, Bose, and Adele have featured her soulful musicality to diverse audiences around the world. She is also regularly invited to teach clinics, master classes, and perform concerts for the Jazz Education Network and National Music Educators Association, and other conferences.

Christine has recorded four albums as a leader. Her first, entitled Happy Talk (2003), is a collaboration with legendary trombonist and Grammy Award nominated arranger Phil Wilson. She stretched her creativity on her second album, My Side, (2013) to feature her original pop and jazz compositions. A return to her more traditional jazz roots is displayed in the 2016 album entitled Here Now. Her latest release, Christine Fawson Sings Jazz (2018) features contemporary adaptations of favorite selections from the Great American Songbook.

July 30: JOSHUA CREEK

Joshua Creek

 

Known for their story songs and soaring vocals, Joshua Creek has released 7 CDs since 2005. They’ve performed in front of a quarter million people throughout the Western United States. Their song, “What Kinda Car,” hit No 1. on the Christian-Country charts in the south and their songs “I Love You Son,” “Promise You’ll Stay” and others are heard on Sunday radio shows in the Rocky Mountain area. Pearl Award winners for songwriters of the year, Joshua Creek is known for leaving audiences both laughing and crying with their own brand of storytelling at venues ranging from Dodger Stadium, to Abravanal Hall, to The Tabernacle at Temple Square.

Joshua Creek is: Jeff Hinton, lead vocals/guitar; Quint Randle, backing vocals/bass; Ron Saltmarsh, lead guitar/musical director/backing vocals; James Hollister, drums/cajon.

For more info visit joshuacreekmusic.com

August 6: ECLIPSE6

Eclipse6

The Eclipse 6 signature sound features tight harmonies, driving percussion, and infectious energy; all produced using just one instrument–the human mouth.  In all, they have released eight albums. (Once, Think Twice, Three Kings, For Show, Grateful Praise, It’s Christmas Time, Got It Covered, and Sing Thy Grace).

Eclipse 6 has been recognized with four Pearl Awards, including “Group Recording Artist of the Year.”  Eclipse was the winner of both the Pacific Northwest and Rocky Mountain Regions of the Harmony Sweepstakes. You can check them out on the web at www.eclipse6.com or www.youtube.com/OfficialEclipseVideo.

August 13: RYAN SHUPE AND THE RUBBERBAND

Ryan Shupe

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.