Stone Company with Lisa Mac, Rebecca Gent, & Josh Larsen
December 12th @ 7:30 pm$30
Stone Company, Lisa Mac, Rebecca Gent, & Josh Larsen
The last concert of 2020 is a festival-style bash! Come at 6:30 for Josh Larsen, 7pm for Rebecca Gent, 7:20 for Lisa Mac, and 7:40 for Stone Company!
Get to know these amazing local musicians!
Stone Company is a “Potato Music” trio featuring multi-instrumentalists Jon Stone, Byron Owens and Josh Baird. Stone Company plays an upbeat blend of Euro-American roots music with a groovy twist. Stone Company is headquartered in Southern Utah. Jon Stone: Born in Texas, educated in Kentucky and refined in Louisiana, Jonathan Stone is a multi-instrumentalist musician and vocalist who has played music in almost every state in the US. Read more on their Facebook page!
Lisa MacFarlane found an artistic home in Las Vegas as an adult to perform and connect with blues music lovers, music students, and fellow creatives to craft her first album, Picnic (out everywhere). Picnic tells the story of leaving an abusive relationship and learning to love in a healthy and respectful way in the aftermath. The follow up–a brand new single–Caught Up, is available everywhere.
Rebecca Gent is a young singer/songwriter but her music speaks words beyond her age. She works with specific and simple aspects of emotion and relates it to many moments in time. In the past 4 years, with the influence of many other artists, she has realized that she finds joy in writing and sharing music that is both vulnerable to herself and her listeners. She has had the opportunity to work with many professional producers and professional artists, and she has released two original songs, Lonely and Brushed by Familiar , which can be found on all music platforms.
Josh Larsen is a longstanding musical institution of St. George, known for standing alone to render the essential power of classic rock and grunge hits. He appeared on Kayenta Live upon our special request to bring you his own original music. This time, we’ll hear more of his deeper cuts as well as some high-octane covers.