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March 2019

FundFest – Salduro, MidnightBabies, Nick Passey, Long Legs Trio

March 22 @ 6:30 pm - 11:00 pm
WhySound Venue, 30 Federal Ave
Logan, UT 84321 United States

he Co-Op is an all-ages venue slated to open in Ogden in the summer of 2019. We're getting the word out and raising startup costs at the same time! Come on out to Why Sound for an evening of festival style Americana music and scene love. Doors open at 6:30, music at 7. $5 cover, larger donations welcome and merch/food/drink will be offered. Performers: Mama LongLegs (Trio) Tanner Lex Jones The Midnight Babies Nick Passey and the Perpetual Sadness Salduro There'll be pizza or something (more details on the food situation soon). Plus check out The Co-Op's merchandise offerings and pick up what you need: tees, local music compilation CDs, buttons, magnets. Several of The Co-Op's own ministers will be in attendance and this is your chance to tell them what makes all-ages venues great. The more community help we get, the more we can try out your big ideas and book your cool bands. Show up and help out, comrades!

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Nick Passey & The Perpetual Sadness

March 23 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Nick Passey and the Perpetual Sadness

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Austin Lucas, Nick Passey at RYE Diner & Drinks

March 25 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Rye Music Experience PresentsAUSTIN LUCAS NICK PASSEY 6pm doors All Ages Tickets: $15 Austin Lucas has come home. It’s been over two decades since the songwriter packed his bags and left Bloomington, Indiana, the Midwestern town where he spent his childhood years falling in love with rock & roll, embracing his punk roots, and standing his ground whenever intolerant locals didn’t understand his way of life. He returns to that place – both creatively and physically – with his seventh studio album, Immortal Americans. Written after a tumultuous period that found Lucas getting sober, supporting his partner through a battle with cancer, and breaking up with his longtime record label, Immortal Americans is a clear-eyed album for murkier times, rooted in stripped-down heartland rock songs that find the artist reflecting upon the changes in both his hometown and himself. Co-produced by Lucas and Will Johnson (Centro-matic) and recorded/engineered by Steve Albini and captured in a series of live, full-band performances, Immortal Americans was written after Lucas resettled in Bloomington. He’d been away for years, touring the world as an independent solo artist before signing a record deal with New West in 2013. In many ways, the albums he released during that period were reflections of the music he’d grown up with, from the mountain music of his father (bluegrass musician Bob Lucas) to the punk records that soundtracked his teenage years. Appropriately, Lucas earned a fanbase as a folksinger with punk roots – or was it the other way around? – while touring the country with artists who represented both ends of that spectrum, sharing shows with Willie Nelson one minute and Chuck Ragan the next. Somewhere along the way, his vices began to get the best of him. He started drinking too much. He gained weight. His marriage crumbled. Albums like 2013’s cowpunk-inspired Stay Reckless and 2016’s Between the Moon and the Midwest shone a light on those challenges, tackling everything from divorce to depression. When Lucas hit rock bottom though, he stopped writing about his temptations and instead, left them behind for good. He headed back to southern Indiana, resettling himself in a town that had changed considerably since he left. There, in a region suffering from an opioid epidemic, an HIV crisis, and a homelessness problem, Lucas focused on rebuilding his career and his body. He got sober, shedding more than 100 pounds. He recounted the…

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April 2019

Songs and Pizza with NP and Kaitlin

April 11 @ 7:00 pm
Este Pizza Sugar House, Este Pizza Sugar House + Google Map

Songs and Pizza with NP and Kaitlin. Featuring all original tunes from Nick Passey and the Perpetual Sadness every 2nd Thursday at Este Pizza Sugarhouse.

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Tastebuds, Frayed, All The Wine (solo), Nick Passey @UG

April 22 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
The Underground, 833 S Main St
Salt Lake City, UT 84111 US

Please do not park in the downtown music parking lot unless you are in a band. Thanks!! Doors 7pm. Music 7:30. $7 cash only No booze. No jerks. All ages. All the Wine - Windy City Punk as a solo set!

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