Live Music

Mountain Town Music books all of the musicians for the 2016 Park City Kimball Arts Festival. Please contact Mountain Town Music if you are interested in performing.

Kimball Stage

Friday, August 12th

5:00 pm: Garrett Lebeau

Garrett was born and raised on the Wind River Indian Reservation near Lander, Wyoming. He has this to say of his musical journey: “I like music that moves you. The blues whatever form it takes, soul,country, folk, it’s got that power because you know it’s real. I set out to craft my own sound, and not pigeon hole myself into this one thing. Feeling has no genre.” A decade of playing, writing & singing have given birth to a unique style., Country Soul.

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm: Patwa Reggae Band

The Patwa Reggae Band brings a classic and authentic sound to Park City reggae music. With members from America, England, and Jamaica, TPRB creates an original blend of talent and taste in a timeless genre.

Saturday, August 13th

11:00 am: Better Off With The Blues

 Better Off With The Blues began life as an acoustic blues band with roots in Delta Blues, Country Blues, Folk Blues, Rags and Jug Band music. Members include Lou Borgenicht (harp and vocals), Harold Carr (bass), Jim Poulton (guitar and vocals), and Paul Rasmussen (guitar, mandolin and vocals).

1:00 pm: King Cardinal

Any flannel-clad Bon Iver disciple can pick up an acoustic guitar and throw together a few bleeding-heart tunes dealing with well-worn folk tropes like love, loss and atonement. But only a select few can dig deep enough to transform cliche into palpable, gut-wrenching feeling. Enter Brennan Mackey, brainchild behind Denver-based alt-folk outfit King Cardinal. Indie Americana,

3:00 pm: Tony Holiday & The Velvetones

Tony Holiday and The Velvetones mix their many influences into a musical gumbo of Dirty Rock and Down Home Blues. With Tony Holiday on harmonica and guitar, Adam Fifield on the Hammond organ, and Dave Idan on drums, it’s a compact trio that packs a big punch and will keep the place dancing till the sun comes up. Blues,

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm: Juana Ghani

 Utah-based Juana Ghani is a 10-piece acoustic gypsy rock band that mixed original compositions and traditional world fork songs, infusing them with punk energy and theatric sensibility to create a cabaret-meets-rock-n- roll feel. Gypsy,

Sunday, August 14th

10:00 am: Nick Cicalese Combo

Nick Cicalese Combo, Jazz.

11:45 am: Hot House West

Hot House West, based in Salt Lake City, Utah, is the premier gypsy jazz band in the American West. With two guitars, upright bass, trumpet, trombone, and clarinet, Hot House West creates a rich tapestry of music, a unique and inventive sound, built upon the legacy of gypsy jazz. Gypsy Jazz,

1:30 pm: Triggers & Slips

Triggers and Slips music is steeped in the psychology of relationships. Like so much great country music that came before, theirs originates in personal mistakes and stepped on hearts. Alternative Country,

3:15 pm: Telluride Meltdown

Telluride Meltdown is a Rock/Jam Band from Park City Utah. Formed in 2012 with Guitarists Mike Plourde & Paul Hordan & Drummer Roger Johnson Telluride Meltdown was born. In October 2012 one armed bassist Jeremiah Maxey joined the band completing the lineup. Over the past 3 years Telluride Meltdown has played hundreds of shows in Utah & Colorado. Jam Band,

5:00 pm - 6:15 pm: The Changing Lanes Experience

Changing lanes is the party experience that you’ve been waiting for. Seasoned with over 10 years of mastered entertainment, changing lanes knows just how to bring the people to their feet. Having performed on stages all over the world, with over 1000 events under their belt, their expertise in fun will assure your slot as the best party for years to come. Soul,


Miner’s Stage

Friday, August 12th

5:00 pm: Gary Stoddard

Gary loves music!!!!……..writing, playing, performing and anything associated with it!! He spent his early years performing with his family, led by his father, for Christmas shows, corporate gatherings, and concerts. In his teens and through out College, he performed with his brothers playing in clubs, concerts, parties and corporate events. Adding other musician friends into the mix, various styles and genre’s of music crossed his path and created a broader range of appreciation and incorporation to his own presentation and creations. World Beat/Loop,

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm: Darin Caine

Darin Caine is a singer-songwriter and self-taught slide guitarist, specializing in Blues and Rock ‘n Roll. Darin has been a solo musician playing as a street performer and in clubs as a solo act for the past 15 years. Last year he started his own band for the first time in his music career, The Darin Caine HellHound Express. Two Piece Blues,

Saturday, August 13th

11:00 am: Mary Beth Maziarz

Mary Beth Maziarz originally hails from the Chicago area, where the blues and coffeehouse scenes influenced her young songwriting. After college, she moved to Park City area, where she’s been ever since — loving the mountain life, the spectacular natural backdrop of the Wasatch Front, and the the great locals. Piano.

12:45 pm: Anabil Chaudhuri

Anabil is an accomplished Violinist who brings the essence of north-Indian classical music. This is an old traditional music that evolved over thousands of years, got influenced by various musical styles and enriched by great masters over many centuries. World Music,

2:30 pm: Tom Bennett

Tom Bennett is an authentic folk blues one man band. Born and raised in the rural North Georgia Countryside, Tom was given his first harmonica by an old lady from West Virginia at 9 years old. Many long hours were spent on the hayfields of Eagle Crest ranch learning the blues. One Man Band,

4:15 pm - 6:00 pm: Talia Keys

Talia Keys, recently named a ” musical powerhouse” – SLC Weekly, embodies her own unique style of singing and songwriting. From crossing genres to playing multiple instruments, she sports an original brand of funk-soul-hip hop-rock n’ roll, with an occasional splash of old time folk. Solo Loop,

Sunday, August 14th

11:00 am: Teresa

Taking influences from Jazz standards, to rock ballads spanning many decades, Teresa has created her own interpretive style. “Teresa’s voice is liquid velvet and her soothing piano arrangements bring new life to a repertoire of hundreds of songs across many genres” -Dr. Isaac Hurtado, Utah Vocal Arts Academy. Piano,

12:45 pm: Red Branch

Delivering an exciting and dynamic blend of acoustic traditional Irish Music, Red Branch has been playing together for over 10 years in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah. Brothers Joe and Paddy Welsh come from a long and proud background of Irish music and heritage in Utah. Celtic,

2:30 pm: A-Rodge

A-Rodge is a musical artist with a wide range of styles. His passion for music began when he was 13, studying musical composition at school. He began playing the drums at the age of 16 and became passionate for rhythm and the process of creating something to call his own. Hip-Hop,

4:15 pm - 6:00 pm: Lumberjack Fabulous

Ryan and Jessica are an acoustic duo who perform under the name Lumberjack Fabulous. They deliver ‘songs you forgot that you remember,’ mixing unexpected selections from the last four decades. Piano,


Food Truck Round-Up Stage

Friday, August 12th

5:00 pm: Trezz Hombres

No ZZ TOP tribute band in the world captures the signature Texas Blues like Trezz Hombres!

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm: Rumba Libre

 Rumba Libre Band has its roots planted firmly in Salsa, Latin Jazz and Afro-Cuban music. With its formation in 2008, the group has developed into an extraordinarily tight and musically creative unit. With a home base in Salt Lake City the group has built a local fan base that attracts many salsa dancers. Latin Jazz,

Saturday, August 13th

11:00 am: B.D. Howes Band

 Four experienced musicians combining individual talents to compose slice-of-life tunes. The B. D. Howes’ Band “sounds like vintage, blues-based, 60s classic rock, ‘Just Walk Away’ even has a light-dusting of southwest blues. Blue Rock,

12:45 pm: Devil's Club

Devil’s Club plays all original music that is flavored with a touch of singer songwriter, a pinch of bluegrass, and a dash of americana. Devils Club is best paired with lovingly crafted speakers played at medium volume. Devils Club is playing live at clubs and venues throughout Salt Lake & Park City. Bluegrass.

2:30 pm: The Parlour Hounds

 Parlour Hounds – Rock n Roll, blues, live band, ripping guitar and piano solos, killer rhythm section, awesome vocals and harmonies. Classic Rock,

4:15 pm - 6:00 pm: Sin City Soul

Fun, funky, fresh and nostalgic. Sin City Soul will make you smile. Songs styles vary from classic New Orleans R&B to modern soul and blues with a touch of anything else that makes you groove. Funk,

Sunday, August 14th

11:00 am: Will Baxter Trio

With players hailing from all around the country, the Will Baxter Band has a broad array of musical tastes. Come to a show and you’ll hear funk, blues, jazz, soul, r&b, and folk. Jazz,

12:45 pm: The Detonators

The Detonators have been playing in and around Park City for more than 20 years. The band can be seen playing Mountain Town Music venues, and the best clubs on Main St. on a regular schedule. Classic Rock,

2:30 pm: Michelle Moonshine

Singer-Songwriter Michelle Moonshine’s original songs have an upbeat tempo, catchy vocal lines and heartfelt lyrics; but it’s her unique voice that truly engages a listener at a performance. Americana/Folk,

4:15 pm - 6:00 pm: Chris Laterzo and Buffalo Robe

Los Angeles based singer-songwriter Chris Laterzo has recorded a number of well-received albums since arriving in California. Originally from Colorado’s Front Range and with roots in such varying places as Belgium, Massachusetts, Santa Fe, and Washington, D.C. Laterzo is an artist who emphasizes melody and lyric, and whose music evokes a sense of the restless spirit and open road. Chris Laterzo’s style of music is best described as folk-rock, alt-country- even American cowboy rock. Roots-Rock/Alt-Country.