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Soulistics at Art Fest



Salt Lake City funk band The Soulistics played a Sunday night show at Utah Arts Fest and blew the roof off of a roofless amphitheater.---

Including a few original beats among their repertoire of classic funk and Motown hits, the band was so on the audience couldn't help getting their groove on while stage hands had to run on stage for the last number to keep the bass drum from running off the stage. Lead singers Rick Jackson and Carrie Scott lit up the stage with fiery vocals and personable interaction. The Soulistics next show will be headlining Clearfield's 4th of July Celebration, Saturday, July 3, at 8:30 p.m.