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Utah collective The Lower Lights to perform 2 Xmas shows
This is an archived article that was published on sltrib.com in 2012, and information in the article may be outdated. It is provided only for personal research purposes and may not be reprinted.

Last December, using only Facebook and Twitter, The Lower Lights were surprised to find they'd sold out their second annual Christmas concert, held at Masonic Temple Auditorium.

So, this year, the gospel-folk collective decided to return to the Masonic Temple and perform two shows— Wednesday, Dec. 12 and Thursday, Dec. 13.

The collective will perform The Lower Lights' Christmas album, "Come Let Us Adore Him," released last winter, as well as other Christmas songs, non-Christmas repertoire, a sing-along, and maybe even a surprise.

Last year, the band started their encore with Vince Guaraldi's version of "O Tannenbaum."Doors open at 7. Music starts at 7:30, both nights.

Tickets are available now at http://thelowerlightschristmas2012.eventbrite.com/ and "Come Let Us Adore Him" is available for purchase online at http://www.thelowerlights.com and at select stores throughout the region.The Lower Lights are a group of more than 20 prominent Utah-rooted musicians, each with their own respective projects and careers. Musicians include Mindy Gledhill, Ryan Tanner, Cherie Call, members of Fictionist, Neon Trees, Late Night Alumni, The Rubber Band, The Moth & The Flame and many more.

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