Three Salt Lake music producers and some of their bands will get together to "Rock the Room" at The State Room on Friday, March 1.
Terrance DH (Danger Hailstorm), Camden Chamberlain (Totem & Taboo) and Michael Sasich (The Jingoes) will celebrate The State Room's appreciation of local music.
Advance $10 tickets are available at: http://tickets.thestateroomslc.com/
Terrance DH has released over 20 albums, produced over 10 albums for talent and recorded or mixed over 50+ albums by various bands and songwriters. He's toured twice with Green Day and Sunny Day Real Estate, recorded Air Supply, The Used, Sum 41 and Vanessa Hudgens.
Camden Chamberlain, owner of Kitefishing Studio in Salt Lake City, has self-released 30+ albums. Over the years he has toured with various bands and has shared the stage with Devotchka, The Faint, Soul Coughing, Fishbone, She Wants Revenge, Neon Trees, Panic! At The Disco, Airborne Toxic Event, Switchfoot, Anberlin, and Powerman 5000.
Michael Sasich has been recording artists in the SLC music scene since opening Man vs Music Studio in 2003 and has produced No Nation Orchestra, Laserfang, Bronco, Weekenders, Starmy, Night Sweats, Hang Time and The Jingoes.
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