Holladay's home for the arts!
HOLLADAY ARTS is pleased to present the first concert of the season! Grab a chair or blanket and join us for an evening of nine performances from amateur musicians.
We need you because the audience is the judge! We'll be awarding cash prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places based on how loudly you hoot and holler!
Outdoor Pavilion, 4580 S 2300 E, 7:00 - 9:30 pm
Stubble ‘n’ Rye is composed of four musicians sharing a love of solid grooves, soaring harmonies and inexplicable song names. If you enjoy blues, soul or country you will love this group. Linda Nguyen - keyboards & vocals, Chuck Mallender - guitar and vocals, Byron Bankhead - bass & vocals, and Mark Harris - drums
Bill Finch started playing the saxophone, clarinet and bassoon when he was fourteen. He’s played in many big bands in California and Las Vegas. He will be playing the sax at the Music Fest.
Hadley Nelson is eighteen and a graduate of Olympus High, where she was a Sterling Scholar Semi Finalist in vocal music. Hadley has been singing since she could talk, and was vocally trained for eight years by Jann McCardell. She sings all genres of music, her favorite being contemporary R&B, pop and indie rock. Logan Nelson will accompany on guitar
Paul Egleston is a Holladay native and resident and holds a degree in music from the University of Idaho. He first started taking guitar lessons in childhood from Scott Ferguson. He has also taken up viola in middle age and enjoys playing in a local orchestra. Paul is still searching for the elusive perfect classical guitar gig and has demo CDs available for anyone interested in what he can offer.
The Kage Hughart Project is a four piece, blues/rock band that brings a new and original experience with a classic throwback feel. Kage Hughart - guitar & vocals, Harry Kirk - bass & vocals, Max Salter - guitar & vocals, and Jimmy Burns - drums
YouTube: Kage Hughart; Spotify; iTunes
Luke Hopkins is seventeen years old and a senior at Olympus High. He began taking singing lessons from Dean Kaelin at age eleven and learned to play the piano and guitar and to write his own music. He is a singer/songwriter who spends his free time at concerts listening to other artists and musicians. You can find Luke’s original songs and other recordings on ITunes, Spotify and YouTube: Luke Hopkins
Anthony Reed’s performance, alias “Good I Dear,” is a new weird American freaky folk-inspired looper, blending vocals, guitar, and beats.
Website: good-I-dear.com; Instagram @good.I.dear
Tega Hamlin was born in L.A. but currently lives in Park City. He began playing piano at age four and immediately found a passion for music. In the past nine years, Tega has become proficient at the piano, bass guitar, acoustic guitar, and electric guitar, along with the drums and violin. He also sings and writes music, and loves anything rock and roll!
Instagram @ tega.hamlin; YouTube: Tega Hamlin
The Holladay Arts Council is committed to representing a broad range of musical artists; an artist does not have to reside in the City of Holladay to participate.
· Eligibility: age 16 and over, musical groups up to 5 musicians, and must provide a short video clip to enter. No sing-along Karaoke. Music does not have to be
· The registration deadline is Thursday, May 30th, 2019 at midnight. This is a juried event, and applicants will be notified by May 15th as to whether they have been accepted.
· Payment is required at the time of registration. No refunds.
· Musicians must provide their own instruments, but all sound equipment will be provided, monitored, and operated by Taylor Audio.
· Performance time is limited to 10 minutes (equivalent to 2-3 songs per group or single performer).
· Cash prizes will be $100, $75 and $50 for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners. In the event of a tie, both will receive equal cash awards.
· Winners will be determined by the volume of applause using the average of three decibel meters distributed throughout the venue.
· The Holladay Arts Council reserves the right to reproduce all images using digital technology of the artist’s performance in promotional materials for the Holladay Arts Council.
· Holladay Arts Council reserves the right to interview the winner(s) after the show to include in podcasts and be posted on the Holladay Arts Council web page for promotional purposes.