Past Shows


Saturday, May 7, 2022 6:00 pm

A pop quintet with jazz tendenciesthat throws in some interpretations of Motown, Texas Swing, and classic ballads. Think Carlos Santana meets Amy Winehouse at a Lake Street dive in downtown Detroit. Gina Koziatek- lead vocals and fiddle; Craig Schriber- vocals and guitar; Bill Stoye- vocals, percussion; Tom Stillinger- great white bass; Phil Triolo- saxes and clarinets.

Music Showcase

Wednesday, May 18, 2022 7:00 pm

Bill Heaner

Bill McGinnes

Melissa Chelinski

Ben Brinton with Cindy

Holly Kirsten

JT Draper

Nathan Spenser

Two Old Guys

$15 Donation Suggested

Olive & the Alleycats

Saturday, May 21, 2022 6:30pm

Sexy, sultry blues! BB King, Eric Clapton, Trampled Underfoot, Jill Jack, EG Kight, Black Crow, Tab Benoit, Koko Taylor, Samantha Fish, Elvin Bishop, Pam Taylor Betty Everett and more.

Student Recital

Sunday, May 22, 2022 1:00 pm

This is a private event for music student performances.

JT Draper and Nate Spenser

Sunday, June 5, 2022 11:00 am SUNDAY BRUNCH

Please bring your favorite brunchy foods to share!

J.T. Draper has performed constantly around the Salt Lake Valley atvarious clubs, restaurants, and other venues in various musical configurations. He is known for his intricate guitar playing, soulful harmonica, and baritone voice. Fans often think of him as a blues musician, but in reality, his influences are much more varied. It’s true that the bedrock of his style reaches back to prewar acoustic blues of Robert Johnson, Son House, Skip James, Blind Willie McTell and others, but careful listeners will hear the history of a previous century’s music in his songs. The influences of Dylan, Townes Van Zandt and Leonard Cohen are especially present, along with traditional country, Memphis soul, and—of course—rock and roll.

Nathan Spenser is a Salt Lake original, rolling out his own brand of Intermountain West Brown-Eyed Soul Music. Drawing inspiration from the "Golden Era" of 50's and 60's Rock & Roll as well as weaving the styles of Pop, R&B, Country, and Blues, Nate has evolved his own signature sound. Nate's performance is a blend of original songs he has become recognized for in the region, such as "Devil In Blue Jeans" "Bartender Blues” "Great Basin Drive” and "Ballad Of A Gypsy & The Ramblin' Man" as well as classic hits by his favorite artists, spanning the decades.

On Sunday June 5th at Haglund Ranch, this dynamic duo will be joining forces in song and styling. Sure to be a brunch you won't want to miss this Summer.

David Burchfield

Friday, June 10, 2022 Time 7:00 pm

David Burchfield writes Americana that swaggers wildly through raw emotion within a meticulously written and arranged package. With connections to his indie folk, classic country, and bluegrass roots, Burchfield carves a unique path in the folk rock world with his powerful 5-piece, the Fire Guild. American Songwriter has said: "This type of solid songcraft would make Burchfield fit right in on a bill with the likes of Lucinda Williams or Jason Isbell." Burchfield has opened for Nicki Bluhm, Anders Osborne, Noah Gundersen, David Ramirez, and Joe Pug.


Saturday, June 11, 2022 Time 7:00 pm

Ghostowne weaves country and rock into a unique blend they like to call American Twang.

Ian McIver

Friday, June 17, 2022 7:00 pm

With a live performance career spanning 22 years, Ian McIver has held the test of time rather admirably, staying truly steeped in the blues. The songs themselves are enjoyable also as modern & classic rock staples feel comfortable at home with masterful covers of the definitive blues giants of the 20th century like Muddy Waters, Robert Johnson, & Bo Diddley.

Two Old Guys

Saturday, June 18, 2022 7:00 pm

Tally Evans (4 Wheel Drive) and Mike Feldman (DeliMan) have come together to bring their favorite blues, ballads and bawdy music, spanning the entire egocentric nature of an arbitrary universe with their favorite covers and originals. Considered very engaging and entertaining!

Geez Louise Quartet

Saturday, June 25, 2022 7:00 pm

The Geez Louise Quartet, a veritable " vintage thrift store" of your favorite comfort music, with widely varied styles and genres! From Western Swing to Folk, Rock, and Classic Jazz standards, with a couple of zingy originals thrown in! Band members include Louise Brown vocals & guitar, Jim Mutscheller on bass, mandolin, & vocals, Lise Sorensen on viola and flute, and Craig Schriber vocals and guitar. Members of the Quartet have well over 100 years of combined entertainment experience. Simply click on the link below to sample the panoply of tunes we offer!

Sycamore Slim

Sunday, June 26, 2022 12:00 pm

Sunday Brunch Show

Sycamore Slim is a bona fide country-urban bluesman swaging his musical tales with lyric humor and intrigue, finger-style flash and rootsy-delta fun.

With good vibe and style, the band plays in a groove you’re bound to catch. Sycamore’s 15 song CD: Dog, is available now as a take home treat.

Silver Tongue Devils

Friday, July 8, 2022 7:00 pm

The Silver Tongue Devils is a well-seasoned band that covers a spectrum of rock and blues tunes ranging from the Allman Brothers to Joan Jett, Bonnie Raitt to Bono. With combined musical performance experience exceeding 170 years, expect to hear searing licks, tasteful harmonies, and interesting arrangements of your favorite songs, as well as a sprinkling of originals. The 6-piece band features Buck Battle on lead guitar and vocals, Gina Kotziak on vocals and fiddle, Tom Krug on bass and Dan Colosimo on lead guitar (both formerly of Mocha Joe fame), Tod Huntington on percussion, and Phil Triolo on saxophones.

Nathan Spenser Revue

Saturday, July 9, 2022 Time TBD

A Revue is defined as a type of multi-act popular theatrical entertainment that combines music, dance, and sketches. The revue has its roots in 19th century popular entertainment and melodrama but grew into a substantial cultural presence of its own during its golden years from 1916 to 1932.

Nathan is a Utah native, born and raised in Salt Lake City. He's a swooner with a bluesy voice and a riveting stage presence. Many note Nathan as an old soul, inspired by Americana, Country, Jazz, Roots & Blues music. For over a decade, Nathan Spenser has organized various musicians with an array of talents, collaborating in show, on stage. The performance will showcase songs and stories sure to leave an indelible impression.

On Saturday July 9th at Haglund Ranch The Revue will feature local tall teller of tales Bad Brad Wheeler on the Harmonica as well as an All-Star rhythm section of harmony. Mark your calendar!

Alicia Stockman

Saturday, July 16, 2022 7:00 pm

A singer-songwriter who connects with her audiences through memories, experiences, and stories. She is influenced by the likes of Patty Griffin, the Indigo Girls, and Susan Tedeschi – all strong female vocalists and songwriters.

Dusty Boxcars

Sunday, July 17, 2022 7:00 pm

A Haglund Ranch favorite!

Classic acoustic blues, roots, rock, and soul with funky rhythms and tight vocal harmonies. Kerry and John have been playing classic and contemporary blues and Americana since summer of 2012.

Pie and Beer Day

Sunday, July 24, 2022 6:30 pm

Bring the party to Haglund Ranch!

$20 entry for adults

$10 12-21

Children under 12 free.

Bring a chair and your favorite beverage. Pizza is provided.

Pete Fintak

Sunday, July 31, 2022 11:00 a.m. SUNDAY BRUNCH

Pete is a singer songwriter living in Sandy, Utah. Pete writes Americana-styled songs that depict the daily experience of everyday life. Using a variety of acoustic instrumentation with strong vocal harmonies, Pete aims to transport the listener into his world as he describes the variety of experiences he sees as he travels through life.

Bring a potluck brunch treat to share and enjoy some time on the back lawn.


Saturday, August 6, 2022 7:00 pm

Back for a second show this year! Ghostowne weaves country and rock into a unique blend they like to call American Twang.

The Alpines

Friday, August 19, 2022 7:30 pm

A new music duo showcasing Briana McCall and Danny Patino. They will be performing an acoustic version of songs from their new album, Heading North. With a blend of contemporary styles of indie, rock, and folk, the album tells a story of friends venturing into the wilderness in search of a new life after an apocalyptic event.

The Eric Heideman Band

Friday, August 26, 2022 7:00 pm

Eric Heideman is a 23-year-old blues musician from Salt Lake City, Utah. In recent years, his music has been played on the KRCL radio show “Red White and Blues”, and he's been interviewed on the show Radioactive. In addition to playing over 13 local venues, Heideman is scheduled to perform at this summer's Utah Blues Festival alongside some of the top blues artists in the world.

Suggested donation: $10 for brunch (veggie and gluten-free options- pancakes, sausages, OJ, coffee), $15 for music

Donations benefit the Brockstrong Foundation

Side by Side with Sidekicks and a Sidecar

Sunday, August 28, 2022 10:00 am

Marv Hamilton with Bill Stoye on percussion, Mary Otterstrom on fiddle, and Gary Clark on bass- Will play Marv’s originals and other Marvelous melodies

Steve Auerbach on keys and vocals- Rippin it up on funk, fusion, and jazzy stuff, perhaps with some friends

Bradley Charles on vocals and guitar- New local talent covering classic folk-rock in his own style, perhaps with some other friends

Side by Side (Craig Shriber on vocals, guitar with Phil Triolo on winds)- Pop swing with a splash of Motown and a touch of jazz

Ian McIver

Saturday, September 3, 2022 6:30 pm

With a live performance career spanning 22 years, Ian McIver has held the test of time rather admirably, staying truly steeped in the blues. The songs themselves are enjoyable also as modern & classic rock staples feel comfortable at home with masterful covers of the definitive blues giants of the 20th century like Muddy Waters, Robert Johnson, & Bo Diddley.