Spondee takes styles from different daces and pieces them together to make their own music. There’s classic American folk and a few poppy dance tunes enough to please anyone. This is happy, feel-good music that’s fun to listen to. Keep an ear out for a few of their fans’ favorites, “Lovelorn Robot,” the title track “Pop Your Socks Off” and “Dancin' Shoes.”
Fronted by Cody and Clint on guitars and vocals, Spondee’s current line-up had Melissa on keyboards, Noah on bass, vocals by Lindsey and Seth and James on drums and percussion.
Spondee was based in
“We were a part of the music scene in
"Pop Your Socks Off" has ten tracks, two of which were recorded with Lars Lindstrom, and the rest were recorded at the Coming In Second studio in
On Friday the 13th, solo acoustic guitarist, singer / songwriter David August returns to Portneuf Valley Brewing - map - on
August plays original folk and pop rock, often compared to the Goo Goo Dolls.
August will have two CD’s available for sale at the show. "Waiting for Tuesday" released in 2005 and “Out of Place” released last fall. “Both records are pretty upbeat.” For more, visit David August MySpace.
On Saturday the 14th, the brewery plays host to the Aaron Ball Band starting at 8:30. Listed as alternative, acoustic pop rock, Aaron Ball covers a mixture of radio-friendly songs. “Our influences are incredibly broad, and it is evident when we are on stage that we just love music, no matter what style it is.” They played at the famous South by Southwest Festival in
The Aaron Ball Band released their full-length album last month, called “Stepping Stones.” Recently they have played in
There is another all-ages concert this Sunday at the old
And on Tuesday the 17th Spittin’ Lynt plays a St. Patrick’s Day show at Hooligans on