Live at KRCL

From Josh Ritter and Nathaniel Rateliff to Martin Sexton and Heartless Bastards as well as Utah's own Fictionist, check out who has stopped by the KRCL studios for live performances.

Jamestown Revival Live at KRCL on June 28, 2019

Jamestown Revival's Zach Chance and Jonathan Clay recorded their debut album back in 2014 in a cabin in Heber Utah, the aptly named album, Utah. They got back to recording in a secluded environment on their new record, San Isabel. It was created in the same spirit of their debut--holding up in the mountains of Colorado. Listen in to hear from Jonathan and Zach about recording the new record, the songs, "This Too Shall Pass," and "Crazy World (Judgment Day)" as well as our introduction to the band, "California (Cast Iron Soul)" from their debut album, Utah.


Live at KRCL: John McEuen on June 27, 2019

Famous for being a member of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, and instrumentalist extrordinaire, John McEuen sat down with KRCL's John Florence for an indepth interview. McEuen is featured in the upcoming Ken Burns special on country music highlights the making of Will the Circle Be Unbroken, the landmark recording McEuen and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band did in Nashville with the elder statesmen of country like Doc Watson, Merle Travis, Earl Scruggs, et al. in 1971.Listen In: 


Live at KRCL: Blues guitarist Sue Foley on Women Who Rock

Award winning blues artist Sue Foley stopped in to KRCL's Women Who Rock before her appearance at the Utah Blues Festival at the Gallivan Center Fri and Sat, June 14 and 15. Listen in as Foley talks about her rise in the Texas blues scene and her on-going interview project with women guitarists for Guitar Player Magazine. She also plays a few live acoustic songs from her album, "The Ice Queen," as well as a song by legendary guitarist Memphis Minnie.


Triggers & Slips Play Alice In Chains

Local band Triggers & Slips fronted by Morgan Snow have embarked on what seems like an unlikely pairing, covering the entire Alice In Chains Unplugged album from 1996. But, as Snow explains, it's not only a tribute to his favorite band, but also an opportunity to raise awareness of the opioid crisis plaguing our community. Alice In Chains lead Layne Staley struggled with heroin addiction throughout his career and succumbed to it in 2002.