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Fresh Tracks Friday | November 11, 2022

9am – Abigail Osborn – Don’t Have The Heart
Abigail Osborn lives in Nashville, TN and is a songwriter with a passion for sharing honest stories. Raised in Colorado, she then attended Belmont University in Nashville, where she earned a degree in music business. Eventually she decided to become a musician herself and dropped out of college to pursue her craft.

10:00 am – First Aid Kit – Turn to yourself
First Aid Kit is a Swedish folk duo consisting of sisters Klara and Johana Soderberg. After an extensive world tour, First Aid Kit will land in May for a live show at the Union Event Center in Salt Lake City.

11am – The Backseat Lovers – Snowbank Blues
The Backseat Lovers are a Utah-based band with members from Heber City, Sandy and Ogden. They will perform for two nights on November 22nd and 23rd at the Capitol Theater in Salt Lake City.

1pm – Lucius – The man I’ll never find
Lucius is a 4-piece indie pop band known for their ethereal feminine harmonies. Lucius is playing live in Salt Lake City at the Commonwealth Room tomorrow night.

2pm – Devon Gilfillian – Let the water flow
This track is described as a soulful plea for voting rights and democratic justice. It was inspired by political change in Georgia and the fundamental need for electoral integrity across America.

3pm – The Brothers Comatose, AJ Lee – Harvest Moon
The Brothers Comatose carve their own path with gritty West Coast renditions of traditional bluegrass, country and rock ‘n’ roll music. This track, featuring AJ Lee on vocals, is a cover of Neil Young’s 1972 hit. The Brothers Comatose are playing live tomorrow night in Salt Lake City at The State Room.

4pm – Maneskin – The loneliest
Maneskin pronounced (Moan-Ah-Skin) is an Italian rock band from Rome. Her popularity skyrocketed in 2017 after her second place finish on Italian talent show X Factor. They won the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest and the 2022 Billboard Music Award for Top Rock Song.

5pm – Son Little – drummer
Drummer is a chronicle of artistic struggle – punctuated by the expert timing of master percussionist Aaron Draper – in which Son Little’s inner critic delivers a spirited ode to the rigor and value of creative work. Son Little is performing at The State Room in Salt Lake City tonight.

6pm – Amythyst Kiah + Her Chest of Glass – Another Man Done Gone
Rolling Stone magazine called the Amythyst Kia “one of Americana’s great emerging mysteries.” This track was originally recorded by Vera Hall in 1942 and by Amythyst Kia in 2017. It has also been recorded by Johnny Cash, Billy Bragg, Irma Thomas, Wilco and Harry Belafonte, among others.

7pm – Ben L’Oncle Soul – Stay
Ben The Soul Uncle, as his stage name translates into English, is a French soul singer and songwriter. It takes its name from Uncle Ben’s rice and the brand’s fictional bow tie character.

8 p.m. – TURKUAZ – Take a look around
You may have heard that the 9-piece power funk band Turkuaz 2021 disbanded. So how do they come out with new music? It turns out they recorded a slew of music just before the band’s implosion, enough to fill two full-length “posthumous” albums.

9pm – Lizzie No – Sweeter than Strychine
Lizzie No is a singer, songwriter, harpist and guitarist whose 2017 album Billboard Magazine called “at once reserved and fervent”. This single is described as “the smoking gun in a ’60s thriller”.

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