April 5, 2020

Today’s Tomorrow ready to rock Schmoozers Feb. 27

Todays Tomorrow, a three-piece band from Price is top billing in Friday night’s second Schmoozer’s Concert in the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center scheduled to start at 8 p.m.

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Todays Tomorrow, a three-piece band from Price is top billing in Friday night’s second Schmoozer’s Concert in the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center scheduled to start at 8 p.m.
Todays Tomorrow has been organized as a band the past four years, starting when Mitch Ewan (guitar, lead singer) got with friend’s Troy Olson (bass player) and Andy Olsen (drums, back up vocals). The three found that they all knew how to play instruments. Being juniors at Carbon High School at the time, they really had no idea what they were going to do with their lives. “We were just three guys having fun playing music,” says Ewan, lead singer and guitar player for the band. “We were just singing other bands’ songs back in the day. I think we had two songs of our own,” added Olson, the band’s bass player.
When the band members became seniors in high school, they started traveling and performing more. They were asked to play in a state-wide Battle of the Bands. “There were like 50 bands and we took 20th or something, but we didn’t care, we just wanted to play,” Ewan said.
After that they played in basement shows in Highland, Provo and Price. Soon after these shows, they graduated from high school and Olsen left for college out of town, leaving Ewan and Olson to keep the ball rolling with the band.
After a summer of writing with acoustic guitars, they found a new drummer, Scotty Montgomery. Fresh off his mission for the LDS Church, he was looking for a couple guys to play some tunes with. Soon after that Sam Hagular hopped on as the second-guitar player. It was a match made in heaven. They practiced everyday for four months straight, writing tons of new tunes, Ewan said.
After getting their music down, they started looking for shows to perform at on weekends. Their first show as a band was in Idaho. “It couldn’t have been more perfect, the reaction the crowd gave back really pumped us up,” Ewan said. They then started playing almost every weekend. Their first show in Price was with a band named, Victim Effect. They got huge feed back from the hometown crowd. “After that we didn’t really have any personal lives for a couple of months, we were playing shows every other day for a long time,” Olson added.
After a while they started writing new tunes and recorded an EP titled The Broken Heart Chronicles. They took second in Price, Utah’s Battle of the Bands last spring. After that they continued to play shows, from Salt Lake to Las Vegas.
Friday, Feb. 27, they are playing, with La Farsa, and Fear for the … .its going to be a fun show. Brand new tunes, with high energy everything. Tickets are $3 with students ID.

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