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8PM - Doors
9PM - Show
At just twenty-one years old, singer/songwriter Ritt Momney has expertly infused emotion into his sound, crafting introspective records that are therapeutic for the man behind the pen as well as his listeners. The Salt Lake City native has recently gone viral thanks to his cover of Corinne Bailey Rae's "Put Your Records On," gaining steam on TikTok while soaring up the Spotify and Apple charts. As he enters the next phase in his career, Ritt Momney continues to spread messages of romance, realization, and rebellion.
It's much more than a spin on Mitt Romney's name. The artist, born Jack Rutter, knew from a young age that falling in line wasn't going to be a priority. Born in Dallas, Texas, Jack's family moved to Salt Lake City, Utah when he was around two years old. Growing up in a tight knit Mormon community, Jack's musical experience was relegated to the church, The Beatles, and radio hits. That was until he reached high school and stumbled upon James Blake's eponymous debut album, which arguably changed Jack's life.
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