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Best of Utah » Music Nominees

Candy’s River House


IN THEIR OWN WORDS: "One word seems to resonate through every action that Candy's River House has taken in the last seven years: sacrifice. To have been nominated for Album of the Year, Band of the Year, Best Rock Band and Best Blues Band, after playing 200-plus shows a year, countless hours spent traveling, writing, recording and booking seems like nothing to three blue-collar musicians whose only goal has been to wind up on the cover of the Rolling Stone as the most recognized blues/rock band in America."