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Outta Touch to perform

Ellen Cook
Leader Editor

What do you get when you throw a bunch of creative seasoned musicians together?  In Northern Utah, the answer is “Outta Touch”, a jazz fusion and indie rock group playing its own original music with a combination of flair and expertise.
They will debut their first full concert on Saturday, May 21, from 6 to 7 p.m. preceding Open Mic night at the Fine Arts Center, 58 S. 100 W., Brigham City.
With 80 collective years of musical performance experience under their belts, each member of Outta Touch brings his own flavor to the group, as well as original compositions by several members of the sextet.
Percussionist Jeff DeWitt hails from Ogden, as does drummer Darrell Manning.  Larry Camarillo of Brigham City brings a jazzy touch to the piano, and his son Seth Camrillo, also of Brigham City, is one of two guitarists in the band.  Richie Andrews of Logan plays bass and Nate Wariner of Syracuse is lead guitarist.
Suggested donation at the door is $2 per person.
Those attending may wish to stay for the regular Open Mic night at 7 p.m.. where public is invited to enjoy a fun variety of talent.  Performers sign up at 7 p.m.  This is a great venue for vocalists, pianists, poets, comedians and ensembles to try out new material and experience audience feedback or just share favorites.
There is no admission fee for performers, with a recommended $2 donation for non-performers, which will be covered by the concert admission.  Performers may also have their original works recorded on CD. Light refreshments are served.
For additional information access the website at www.bcfineartscenter.org.


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