Sometimes you go to a show and you can tell that the band playing is having a good time. Clay Summers goes beyond that. You can tell that he loves to be up on stage and he wants to play music for you.
Clay started playing the guitar when he was nine and played in many bands throughout his high school career. It wasn’t until he left high school that he dedicated himself to his solo career. Since then he has recorded a CD in Logan and has played in many venues in Utah and Rexburg. Continue reading “Clay Summers”
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Last Saturday night Les Sages performed at Sammy’s Café in Rexburg, ID. One of the band members, Joseph Larsen, served his mission in my home ward. After my own mission and connecting with him via facebook he sent me a link to his band’s web page (www.lessages.com) and I downloaded their album “Share This.” I liked it a lot, especially the tracks Nomads, The League War, and Red Lights.
The most interesting thing about Les Sages is that they are a family band made up of four brothers and one sister. Right now they perform without their sister because she joined a Canadian Rugby team. However the Larsen brothers still put on a great show with great energy and musical talent without her. Continue reading “Les Sages – Touring Acoustic and Being a Family Band”