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Check out the latest video recording from KCPW’s Sounds from the Lounge series. Bronco plays “You’re too Good” in the KCPW studio at Library Square.
Bronco recently visited KCPW’s sunny studio at Salt Lake City’s Library Square to record 4 songs for Sounds from the Lounge. Check out the first video below. Bronco is honored to be “band of the month” for April! We will … Continue reading
Bronco will be cooking up some jams down at Pat’s BBQ on Friday, Dec. 14. Come get an earful and a gut full from 7-9 p.m., 155 W. Commonwealth Ave, Salt Lake City.
Bronco and The Red on Black will play The Garage on Beck, Friday, Nov. 30. The show starts at 9 p.m. Tickets are $5 at the door. Come on down for killer music, good drinks and fun times! The Garage … Continue reading
Come down to the Uinta Brewhouse Pub on Saturday, Aug. 11, to party with Bronco and the Cutthroat Racing Crew. This is a fundraiser for the cycling team — true pillars of our community. Pony up $32 for free-flowing beer, … Continue reading
Tyler spoke with Salt Lake Tribune music critic David Burger recently for the paper’s Local Sounds series. The two discussed the origins of Bronco, Tyler’s first concert and Tea Party politics. Read the interview here.
The hamburgers are probably enough of an incentive, but if you are looking for another reason to stop into North Salt Lake’s finest neighborhood bar, come on down to see Bronco and Spell Talk on Saturday, April 7. The show … Continue reading
Bronco will be playing the Jewish Community Center’s Winter Concert Series on Saturday, Feb. 25. Come check out the social hall acoustics and enjoy a cash bar. Tickets are $10 to $15. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. For details, … Continue reading
Bronco’s Painting Pictures of a Perfect Life was picked as one of 2011′s Top 100 albums by listeners of KRCL, Salt Lake City’s community radio station. Bronco’s sophomore album came in at No. 25 on the list, which was culled … Continue reading
Salt Lake City’s prodigal band has returned home from its inaugural tour of the Northwest. After more than 2,500 miles, eight shows and the consumption of countless homemade cookies (Thanks, Debbie!), it feels good to be back. Many thanks to … Continue reading