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Country music is what Nashville is famous for, but it’s really gone super mainstream with a lot of big-name acts. But we really chose Nashville because everyone there has such a great attitude. It’s small, but music is everywhere, in every fiber. For people who live there, music is not just their job, it’s their passion.
What’s the plan once you’re there?
Three days of ‘Eve’
Salt Lake City’s New Year’s Eve celebration takes place at nine venues around the city over three days. It includes everything from a room full of beach balls to musical performances to an art-centric scavenger hunt.
When » Sunday-Tuesday, Dec. 29-31
Cost » Three-day wristband is $15 for adults and $5 for youth 3-9. Children 2 and younger are free.
Details » eveslc.com
See Beyond 5
The all-male band from Utah County will offer two final performances before moving to Nashville in mid-January.
When » Monday, Dec. 30, at 9 p.m.
Where » Salt Palace Convention Center. Part of Salt Lake City’s end-of-the year Eve festivities.
Tickets » $15 for adults and $5 for youth 3-9. Children 2 and younger are admitted free, at eveslc.com
When » Saturday, Jan. 11, at 7 p.m.
Where » Early Light Academy, 11709 S. Vadania Drive (5115 West), South Jordan. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the South Jordan Community Theatre.
Tickets » $9; VIP tickets $20, includes front row seat, meet and greet before the concert
Our goals is to perform 200 dates next year. We’ll mostly be performing at fairs and festivals, but there’s some bigger shows in the works.
How do you have time for school?
Right now I’m a sophomore and I’m taking my classes online. My producers have been really helpful and the guys are like my older brothers and help me with my math and chemistry.
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