New Tracks Friday | June 17, 2022


9 a.m. – Homesickness – Lawrence
Lawrence is made up of brother and sister, Clyde and Gracie Lawrence, who grew up listening to countless albums by Stevie Wonder, Randy Newman and Aretha Franklin in the family’s New York apartment. Clyde Lawrence started playing the piano at the age of four and started writing music soon after. At age six, he wrote a song which was featured in the film Miss Congeniality!!

10 a.m. – New Girl – Blind Third Eye
Third Eye Blind hit the music scene with plenty of early bravado and punctuated lyrics, which stood out from the hot music of the era, when Grunge was at the height of its popularity. They will be performing at the Sandy Amphitheater next Saturday, June 25th in Sandy, UT at the Sandy Amphitheater!

11am – No Other Woman (Our Vinyl Session) – Greyhounds
Greyhounds are an American musical duo from Austin, Texas, consisting of keyboardist Anthony Farrell and guitarist Andrew Trube, both of whom share vocal and songwriting duties. This track was filmed and recorded by Our Vinyl Sessions. Our vinyl films creative and captivating live performances with emerging and established musicians.

1pm – Flesh & Bones – Sammy Rae & The Friends
Led by singer-songwriter Sammy Rae, and complemented by a rhythm section, horn section, keyboards and two backing vocals, Sammy Rae and The Friends deliver energetic and unrestrained performances.

2 PM – I’m Not Feeling So Well – Dragondeer
Denver band Dragondeer blend Psychedelic Blues, Retro Funk, Soul and Rock-n-Roll into a steady groove that aims to get your body moving. Dragondeer will play a free show on June 23 at Heber Market on Main in Heber City Park.

3 p.m. – Workin’ Man Blues – Eli Paperboy Reed
Eli Paperboy Reed’s latest album is called “Down Every Road: Eli Paperboy Reed Sings Merle Haggard”. On this one, Reed reimagines a host of vintage Haggard tracks as classic soul rave-ups, tapping into all the pain and heartache from the country legend’s iconic catalog and channeling it into explosive high-octane performances. high fueled by percussive horns and ecstatic vocals.

4:00 p.m. – City to City Drift – Charlie Musselwhite
Charlie Musselwhite has been nominated for 13 Grammy Awards, won 2, received 33 Blues Music Awards and won multiple Living Blues Awards. He’s been touring, performing and recording for 50 years and he still isn’t stopping. It will be at the Egyptian Theater in Park City for three nights on October 18, 19 and 20.

5 p.m. – Peel Me a Grape – Lyle Lovett
Lyle Lovett is known for his ironic wit, big band, and offbeat lyrics. Her new album, ’12th of June’ was released last month – It’s her first new album in 10 years. He will perform at Red Butte Garden on July 1 with Chris Isaak.

6 p.m. – Being Blue on You – Ghost Hounds
The Ghost Hounds are out of Pittsburgh, PA. Ghost Hounds are a modern rock band that play blues-inspired rock in a way that proves rock isn’t just alive, but thriving for the next generation of rock fans.

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7:00 p.m. – Old Roads – Jeff Tuohy
Jeff Tuohy considers himself an inner-city man with rural roots who mixes big-city bravado with back-road grit.

8:00 p.m. – Two – Surfer Girl, The Hip Abduction
Surfer Girl is a Carter Reeves project that mixes hip hop, pop, indie and reggae. He had been playing along with this song for some time when frontman David New of The Hip Abduction helped him finish the second verse. The song is about finding a healthy balance between moving forward without giving up hope.

9pm – I Walk On Guilded Splinters – Dr. John and Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real
New Orleans legend Dr. John died in 2019 at the age of 77. He was working on a new album when he died, and that album – called Things Happen That Way – will be released this fall. On this track, Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real join the previously recorded song.


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