The Nashville Tribune Band will perform this weekend.
The Nashville Tribute Band will bring their country sound to Sandy featuring songs from their most recent album "The Work: A Tribute to the Missionaries," and favorites from other Nashville Tribute albums. Actress and musician Katherine Nelson, star of "Emma: My Story," will perform with the band as well as perform songs from her new album "Born Brave." Jason Deere of Nashville leads the band, and said in a Tribune inteview that the Sandy concert — which is has scheduled for the third summer in a row at the Sandy Amphitheater — is one of their largest and favorite shows because of the support of both LDS members but also country fans. The band has been hard at work on its next record, Deere said, which should be out by the end of the year. But he wouldn’t give any hints about the theme. Heck.
When • Saturday, Aug. 26 at 8 p.m.
Where • Sandy Amphitheater, 9400 S. 1300 East, Sandy
Tickets • $12 to $15 at SmithsTix
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