Aaron Neville performs Friday in Utah.
Spotlight show • The singing chameleon Aaron Neville released a soul album in 2006 and a gospel album in 2010, and later this year he will release a tribute to doo-wop on Blue Note Records, produced by Don Was and Keith Richards. So for Friday's show, Neville said in a Tribune interview that he will "do it all" in a retrospective. Neville’s falsetto is one of the most precious voices in music, and he has wanted to do an all-doo-wop record for many years, but never got the chance until recently. Doo-wop was his "introduction to music," period. That genre of music affects him as if he is applying a balm. "It soothes my soul," Neville said. The Dirty Dozen Brass Band will open the show at the season opener of the Park City Performing Arts Foundation’s annual St. Regis Big Stars, Bright Nights concert series.
When • Friday at 7
Where • Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater, 2250 Deer Valley Drive, Park City
Tickets • Lawn seating: $35; reserved seating: $45, $55 and $65; available at ecclescenter.org
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