Mountain Town Music

Mountain Town Music

The Apres-Ski Concert Series in Park City is back - but it’ll be a bit pared down due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The weekly concert series at the Corner Store Pub & Grill started up again last Thursday. 

Max Doilney is the owner of the Corner Store. He said they’re taking all the necessary precautions to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. 

Mountain Money - November 23, 2020

Nov 23, 2020

This morning, (1:16) Katie Wilking Director at Cushman Wakefield provided Mountain Money with insight about what has been happening in the commercial real estate market.

(11:04) Brian Richards, Executive Director of Mountain Town Music, joined the hosts this morning to talk about impacts of COVID-19 on the local music industry.

Deer Valley Resort

A summer strong hold in Park City has been live music – but due to COVID-19, large outdoor gatherings won’t be happening this year. Still, Mountain Town Music is busy working on plans to bring the music to the people.

Most summers, Mountain Town Music programs more than 300 musical acts during the summer months. While that won’t happen this year, Executive Director Brian Richards is hopeful that there will be music in the mountains. Situations like this he says require them to stay positive and think creatively.

Mountain Town Music

A celebration of Michael Richards will be held at City Park Saturday, September 14 at 4 p.m. Anyone who knew Mike, or the RichPotts and Lamb families is welcome to attend. Mike collapsed last Saturday while working at the Mountain Town Music Family picnic and never regained consciousness. He was the youngest member of the organization and a key part of their operations.

Muddpuddle

Tonight, kicks off the first of the Wednesday night mountain town community concert series at Deer Valley – but due to late snow melt and the recent rain – the venue had to be been moved. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher explains.

Despite efforts to remove the snow from the Deer Valley amphitheater, a wet spring means the Muddpuddle concert would literally be in a mud puddle and needed to be moved to the top parking lot.  Deer Valley Resort Spokeswoman Emily Summers says they gave it their best shot.

On today's Morning Mix, guitarist Kris Lager of the Kris Lager Band will be our in-studio musical guest. Brian Richards, Executive Director of Mountain Town Music will be in to discuss the local non-profit’s winter programming; and Junior Richard, Venue Manager for The Cabin will be on to announce their schedule of special events during the 10 days and nights of the Sundance Film Festival. All that and of course we will have the upcoming live music events in and around town.

If you go to an event in Park City or Summit County this summer and hear live music, chances are Mountain Town Music was involved. David Boyle has more:

The Grand Valley Bank Community Concer Series has announced their line-up. KPCW will be broadcasting the concerts live. David Boyle has more:

Triggers & Slips

June 20, 2018

Sammy Brue

June 27, 2018

Take 5

July 11, 2018

Smiling Souls

July 18, 2018

Troubadour 77

July 25, 2018

Aiko

August 1, 2018

Breakfast Klub

August 8, 2018

Yolanda

August 15, 2018

Live PC Give PC Community Jam Session

August 22, 2018

Security Is A Consideration With Summer Events

Jun 26, 2017
Snowpark, Deer Valley Outdoor Ampitheater

The outdoor concert season is underway at Deer Valley with a diverse lineup of performances.  Security measures for large gatherings isn’t a new concept here in Park City but the recent attacks in Manchester, England have brought a more intense focus to large gatherings. Carolyn Murray has more:

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In this edition of The Mountain Life, Tim Henney and Lynn Ware Peek speak with Brian Richards, the Community Conductor of Musical Affairs for Mountain Town Music.  They talk evolution of music, providing music as a community resource, and keeping the funk in Park City.

Mountain Summer - Sept 5, 2014

Sep 5, 2014

In this, the last show for Mountain Summer, John Wells and Christie Dilloway run down this weekend's happenings. The Park Silly Sunday Market's Ryan Cray and Scott Davis from Moab Brewery stop by for a weekly update. Monika Guendner called in live from the Salt Lake Comic Con with Hawkman and Hawkgirl in tow. John and Christie also talked with Brian Richards from Mountain Town Music.

If you're a Summit County kid who loves to make music, you have the opportunity to earn a $1,000 scholarship by auditioning for a band that will perform together for large audiences around Park City and Summit County. Lynn Ware Peek has more.