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7.4.22 - Ed Kenley Amphitheater, Layton, UT.

6.18.21 - SANDY AMPHITHEATER

Peter and the band kicked off the 2021 concert season at the Sandy Amphitheater in Salt Lake City on June 18. The concert featured a heavy dose of songs from the Heartland album, which turned 25 last March, and was performed by the original line up from that album. Here's "And She's True". 

Pat Campbell

10.5.20

Over the last 14 years, whenever I introduced Pat Campbell to our audiences, I found myself using the word “legend" - but not for his drumming (although that was certainly legendary). It was mostly his personality I was thinking of. Everyone who knew Pat will tell you the same. And watching him struggle these last four days following a heart attack was like watching a modern day George Bailey - you never know how many people's lives you have touched until you're in trouble yourself. I met Pat in 2006 when he was brought by producer Scott Wiley to handle the drums on our album "All The Color Green" and he stayed with us from then on, taking on live shows as well. Our last gig (in person) was in March at Tuacahn in St. George and Pat did it for free since it was to benefit the high school for the arts there. He brought his daughter Ruby along (who seemed fascinated by the school) and turned it into a father/daughter weekend. It's Ruby, her mom, two brothers and her sister we are thinking about today. We're missing your dad and husband a ton already and our hearts are broken. 

Peter

Photo taken Sept. 2019 at the Sandy Amphitheater by James Gessel.

4.29.20 - JERUSALEM (HOME SYMPHONY VERSION)

This includes many of the principal string players we have used through the years all in one "place". They represent different time periods, different albums, and different phases of our live show. Some of them started when they were too young to drive, so their parents had to bring them to our gigs. I have a love for all of them and am amazed we got them all to do this. Thinking about naming them The Big Parade Pandemic Symphony. (Apologies to those we couldn't contact.)

4.7.20 - EVERYTHING WILL BE ALRIGHT

No social distancing orders were violated during the making of this video :) The opening clips were shot before all of this happened. We hope that everything will be alright for everyone in the coming weeks. 

Musicians: Mike Ensign (bass); David Tolk (keyboards); Patrick Campbell (drums); Ryan Tilby (electric guitar); Kevin Davis (congas); Rebecca Fawson Suelzle (viola); Asheley Madsen Watabe (violin); Nicole Pinnell (cello); Denney Fuller (tambourine).

3.25.20

Since everybody is sharing songs from home, here's an unfinished song I left off our last album. I recorded this version at home on March 25, 2020. There's an old saying: "Songwriters don't finish songs, they abandon them". And sometimes the only thing it takes to be able to walk away is to play it live once. We're not live, but you're my audience. Oh, and I formed a new band to perform it! All good guys.

Peter

PROVO COVEY CENTER 2.22.20

TEDx TALK 3.20.19

TEDx MUSIC PERFORMANCE 3.20.19

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