THE HOLLERING PINES, THE GARAGE, Friday, Nov. 15, 9 p.m., $5
You might not yet know the name The Hollering Pines, but chances are you've heard the members of the band play at some point or another if you spend much time seeing live music in Utah. It's particularly true if you're a fan of heartfelt country, folk and rock, as well as angelic harmonies. The band is made up of sisters Kiki Jane Buehner and Marie Bradshaw, formerly of long-running fave The Folka Dots, on guitar and bass and those mesmerizing harmonies, as well as Dan Buehner on drums and vocals and guitar ace Dylan Schorer coloring around the edges with his stabbing electric and smooth lap-steel guitar. In the past several months, they've shared stages with fellow roots-based acts like Dwight Yoakam, Neko Case and Dave Alvin, and the honing of their chops comes through on their debut album, Long Nights, Short Lives and Spilled Chances. This gig is an album-release celebration, and it's definitely one worth joining. And don't be late--opening up is Jay William Henderson, formerly of Band of Annuals and a wickedly talented fellow on stage as well.