Live Music At Cedar City’s Newest Music Venue
It was another packed house for Two Dollar Tuesday at the Johnson Center for Community Arts and Education. The day after a storm dropped close to a foot of snow in and around Cedar City, there was a line outside the Johnson Center for Community Arts and Education door to see Kennedy Bird, a southern Utah native, and Coby Kap from Salt Lake City.
The night started off with singer and songwriter Kennedy Bird. This was the singer and songwriter's first solo show. The vibe for her set could be summed up by her covers of The Lumineers song Cleopatra and Radiohead's Creep. It was then time for Coby Kap to take the stage. The producer, singer, and songwriter is influenced by Daft Punk and Pink Pantheress and those influences shone through his entire set.
Between both artists, it was a night full of indie singer and songwriter vibes and electronic bedroom pop vibes. The audience was excited for each performer and that seemed to make each of them much more comfortable on stage. If you think Two Dollar Tuesday might be something you’d be interested in, you can find them on Instagram at 2dollar2sday. The Johnson Center for Community Arts and Education is located at 59 North 100 West in Cedar City.