We have another wonderful series lined up for this Holiday Season. Learn a little more about the artists that will be coming this December below, All shows will begin at 7:30 pm doors will open @ 7 pm in the Chamber Theater at Sandy City Hall, 10000 S Centennial Pkwy.
Tickets may be purchased online, or by calling 801-352-4469 or 801-568-ARTS.
Friday December 2: Amber Lynn
You may recognize Amber Lynn from the final season of American Idol where she wowed the judges with a humble, soul-filled cover Allen Stone’s “Unaware”, earning her the coveted “golden ticket” and a long journey through Hollywood Week. But long before her TV debut, this powerhouse has been hard at work in the music scene. From working in the studio with Grammy nominated producers and artists such as Ken Caillait, to performing with hit songwriters such as Jacob Luttrell, and Ernie Halter, to winning Utah Music Awards Album of the Year for her album “Higher”, Amber Lynn has quickly earned herself an incredible reputation as one of Utah’s top vocalists. Her live performances never fail to include top notch musicians and piercing energy. Her passion and power on stage will first surprise you then baptize you. This Christmas Christmas performance with Amber Lynn, full band and even some surprise special guests, will surely be a soulful celebration you do not want to miss.
Saturday December 3: Carols of Christmas Past with Jenny Oaks Baker & Family Four featuring special guest Alex Sharpe formerly of Celtic Women
Tickets: $20 for general admission $50 for VIP Reception and Signed CD
For VIP tickets please call 801-352-4469 or 801-568-ARTS
Jenny Oaks Baker is a Grammy Nominated, Billboard No. 1 performer and recording artist. Jenny has released fourteen studio albums since 1998. They have sold nearly half a million copies and consistently chart on Billboard. Jenny and her children have been performing together as a family since each child started playing their instruments when they were three or four years old. Jenny Oaks Baker & Family Four have performed throughout the United States including performances in Abravanel Hall in SLC, Stevens Performing Arts Center in Idaho, on the Hour of Power TV Show broadcast worldwide from California, for Ambassador's Wives at the Congressional Club in Washington DC, for the Music Educator’s Rally at the Utah State Capital, for the Washington DC Temple Festival of Lights, and for the World Congress of Families IX.
Alex Sharpe began her career playing Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz at the Olympia Theater, Dublin, Ireland, since then she has had the opportunity to perform extensively throughout the world in various capacities as a performer. In 2008 Alex was invited to be one of the soloists with the PBS sensation and globally successful Celtic Woman with whom she toured North America for three years in A New Journey, Isle of Hope, the Emmy nominated Songs from the Heart and most recently on their 10th Anniversary Tour in 2015.
Friday December 9: Nancy Hanson: All Wrapped Up
Singer/Songwriter Nancy Hanson has shared her songs at well-known folk music venues across the country including the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, the Fast Folk Cafe in New York, the stages of the Rocky Mountain, Napa, and Telluride Folk Festivals, as well as to sell out crowds at various venues in her home state of Utah. She is a natural on stage and her songs and stories are honest and from the heart. Her warm, natural voice coupled with solid guitar playing and exceptional songwriting have drawn a dedicated and loyal fan base.
Saturday December 10: A Country Christmas with In Cahoots
Looking for some old-fashioned cowboy entertainment? You’ve come to the right place. As the Western duo In Cahoots they have entertained audiences everywhere from Cody, WY to Munich, Germany from their home base in Utah. They blend a catalog of their own tunes with standards like Ghost Riders in the Sky and Cool Water. They may even throw in a humorous story or two! These two will have you stomping your feet and clapping along—it’ll be an evening you’ll long remember!