On August 20th, Libbie Linton and Fictionist provided the entertainment for the fourth edition of KRCL and Utah Open Lands' Hidden Hollow Concert series. Linton, who hails from Logan, performed a well received and easily listenable set that showcased her unique voice and her personal take on a combination of mellow rock and classic folk music. With members from Fictionist jumping in and out of various songs, Linton was able to demonstrate her emotional song writing when performing solo, and the enjoyabilty of more upbeat songs when backed by Fictionist members.
The group Fictionist was the second performance of the night. Fictionist plays what can be described as rock with a little bit of pop and indie influences thrown in for good measure. With two guitars, a bass, a keyboard, and a percussionist, Fictionist is able to alter the mood of their show from song to song. One song can emphasize their vocals, while the next can be full on rock that gets both the crowd and the energy level picked up.
Friday night saw the biggest turnout so far at the Hidden Hollow Concert series. With only two more concerts left, make sure to get out to Hidden Hollow on September 3rd to enjoy some free local music in an intimate setting before it's too late.
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