Singer-guitarists Terence Hansen and Brad Stock will share the stage on Saturday, October 6 at 7 p.m. to benefit the MusicGarage.Org after-school and summer youth band programs.
The engagement brings two renowned singer-songwriters and guitarists together for an intimate evening.
Hansen is considered by some to be one of Utah's great musical exports; a virtuoso who sings while playing two guitar necks at once on his signature Hansen-Heere's Cross-Necked Guitar. He currently volunteers as a youth music coach at the MusicGarage.Org youth program.
Stock returned to Utah last year after raising his family in Hawaii and made music history in the summer of 2012 with the The Atomic Clock GI/Laser Show CD Release debut at the Clark Planetarium.
MusicGarage.Org is a member program of the non-profit Utah Arts Alliance.
The MusicGarage-Live stage is at 389 W 1700 S, Unit E, Salt Lake City.
$10 tickets are available online at http://musicgarage.eventbrite.com
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