The coronavirus pandemic may have stopped live shows, but it hasn't stopped artists from earning money from streaming services. Here's a look at how many times these Utah bands are streamed each month on Spotify.
After a four-month hiatus, Major League Baseball is back. Games start July 23 and the biggest question isn't how players will adjust to a shortened season or who will win the pennant — it’s who will have the best walk-up song!
First, the coronavirus canceled concerts. Now it’s messing with album releases. Though album releases have slowed, new singles keep popping up. Here are a few you may have missed over the past few weeks.
Jack Rutter's solo project “Ritt Momney” is connecting with fans across the country. Thanks to his album and recent touring, Rutter has amassed a huge following — averaging nearly 200,000 Spotify listeners each month.
To call Drew Danburry prolific is a vast understatement. Since 2003, the indie artist who once called Utah County home has released 20 albums and recorded more than 200 songs. He recently turned 25 of them into a greatest hits album.
Tom Petty. Neil Young. Coldplay. Those are just a few of the songwriters Provo-based Jordan Moyes looks up to. Though he’s only 25 years old, Moyes already has been chasing his idols for more than a decade.
Two years since releasing its first full-length album, Salt Lake City band Cinders is back with a brand new single, “100 Foxes.” It's a fantastic shout-along about never giving up, no matter how hard life tries to bring you down.
When Grey Glass singer and guitarist Tal Haslam moved from San Diego to Provo, he started playing open mic nights —not just to show off his songwriting skills, but to find musicians who wanted to start a rock band. But that was easier said than done