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Brad Barlow exhibit Courtesy Brad Barlow

River Concert Series back after week off

After a week of, the Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center River Concert Series returns Tuesday with a performance by the Opskamatrists.

River Concert Series performances are held at 7 p.m. each Tuesday from June through August on the Greenbelt Stage located between D and E Streets on Memorial Drive in downtown Idaho Falls.

Here’s the remain schedule for the River Concert Series. Visit for more information on the bands:

July 17: Liatt and Dan

July 24: The Wild Potatoes

July 31: IF Blues Project

Aug. 7: 40 Somethin’ Band

Aug. 14: East Idaho Jazz All-Stars

Aug. 21: Quiet Nights Quartet

Aug. 28: Mike Banks Jazz Quartet

Brad Barlow exhibit at Willard Arts Center

Brad Barlow, the longtime morning show host for Z103 with a passion for photography, is displaying his “bold and true” images at the Hall Gallery at the Willard Arts Center, 498 A St., through Aug. 3.

Brad launched his photo business B2X Photo in 2013 and that recently became his full-time gig.

“I document passionate artists, actors, builders, designers, gamers, helpers, educators,” Barlow said on the Idaho Falls Arts Council website. “I want to photograph people who love to work.”

Trinity River Band to perform in eastern Idaho

Trinity River Band, an award-winning Christian and bluegrass band, will appear at three eastern Idaho locations next week.

The band is scheduled to perform at 7 p.m. July 14 at Christ Country Cowboy Church, 129 E. 200 North in Blackfoot, then again at 10 a.m. July 15 at Grace at Riverside Baptist Church, 550 West 29 North Blackfoot and 7 p.m. July 15 at the Pocatello Cowboy Church on Laughran Road north of Tyhee Road.

Admission is free and music will be available for purchase. For more information call 208-705-4323 or visit

Trinity River Band is made up of father Michael Harris (guitar, vocals), mother Lisa Harris (bass, vocals), daughter Sarah Harris (mandolin, lead vocals), son Joshua Harris (banjo, dobro, vocals) and daughter Brianna (fiddle, vocals).