UTAH MUSIC AWARDS! After the success of the Filmed in Utah Awards we found that there were several areas in Utah's entertainment industry that would also enjoy an event that celebrates their accomplishments. Utah's music industry has had a huge impact on the world. Musical groups such as Neon Trees, Imagine Dragons, The Used, The Killers, Royal Bliss, Panic at the Disco and of course, the Osmonds all came from the beehive state. Yet there are still hundreds of incredibly talented musicians that are just waiting to be discovered, and we aim to help them with that by finding the best of the best in Utah. So this is the 1st year of many years we are planning to produce the Utah Music Awards.
Tribute to the Beatles
Shaun Canon presents Live for Music Benefit Concert. All proceeds are donated to the Spencerport High School Music program. To buy tickets, call or email: (585) 349-5217 - email@example.com
Shaun Canon presents Live for Music Benefit Concert. All proceeds are donated to the Ironwood Ridge High School Music and Arts program.
Live for Music concert benefiting the Barr-Reeve Middle School and High School Music Department. All ticket sales and proceeds (100%) will be donated to the Music Department. Shaun Canon will be performing with the school's Band, Choir and featured Soloists! For tickets, call Stephanie: 812-496-3265
Sounds Like: Coldplay, Bastille, Maroon 5, Imagine Dragons
Manager: Four32 Productions
Bio: With his recent music video for "My Turn" reaching 40 Million Views, Shaun Canon has exploded onto the music scene. He has toured Europe and North America and performed with artists such as Imagine Dragons, Lindsey Stirling, David Archuleta, Moth and the Flame and many others. His new album, "S...See Full Bio
"Shaun Canon was an excellent choice for the kickoff show of the St. George Concert in the Park 2015 Series...he was interactive, engaging, and entertaining. His love for music was apparent in his playing and the work he has done. Although his career has included many recognized achievements—including being a recording artist with Sony, playing at the White House on two occasions, and being a top contestant on American Idol—his real passion of giving back his art was apparent at the concert.