Up Close with Peter Breinholt: 20-Year Anniversary
NEW DEAL! People purchasing tickets between now and midnight tonight (Thursday, Sept. 19, 201) receive a free signed copy of Peter's first CD at the show. You realize what that means, don't you? You get to hear the original line-up perform the original album in the original spot 20 years later . . . and then you can listen to it all over again as you drive home. That's true love.
LIMITED SEATING--ACT FAST! It's a ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME CONCERT: Peter Breinholt invites you to gather around him and the ORIGINAL band--yes, every single guy-- from 20 years ago as they re-enact the recording of his first album in the very SAME spot on the floor, in the SAME studio they recorded in 20 years ago! It's a 20-year anniversary reunion concert. You'll be right up close, with a small audience, in the exclusive setting of Azevedo Studios.
Peter is excited, the band's excited--we're all excited! Don't miss this rare opportunity. Prepare to be blown away!
$12 online; $15 at the door (if any tickets are left.) 7pm; doors open at 6:30pm.
This video is more recent, of course--but what an amazing performance! Breinholt's biography--including the story of recording that first album--continues below the video:
Songwriter Peter Breinholt has been delighting audiences with his self-styled acoustic music for more than a decade. He has sold out every major concert hall in his home state of Utah many times over, including Kingsbury Hall, The Tuacahn Red Rock Amphitheater, The Sundance Amphitheater, Thanksgiving Point, the de Jong Concert Hall, among others. His credits also include six albums, a concert DVD, guitar songbooks, film scores, Pearl Awards, songwriting awards, and concerts with several symphony orchestras and choirs, including the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
Here's how it all began: Born in Pennsylvania, Peter taught himself to play piano and guitar. Around the age of 11 he began writing his own songs. Later, as a college student in Utah, he was persuaded to rent a Salt Lake recording studio and track some of his compositions. Never doing more than two takes during those sessions, the resulting recording is raw and unpolished, which may be one reason the album proved so successful. "It became an underground classic on Utah college campuses" wrote Salt Lake Magazine. The album eventually became one of the best-selling, independently released CDs ever in the state, almost entirely by word of mouth. Since then, his music has spread around the globe, seemingly by itself. He has performed everywhere from New York to Los Angeles, from Spokane to San Antonio.
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870 E North Union Ave
Midvale, UT 84047
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