Lawyers to play free concert at Trolley Square tonight (Friday)
Lawyers to play free concert at Trolley Square tonight (Friday)
Salt Lake Tribune
The Pro Bono Jam, hosted by Trolley Square, takes place tonight (Friday, Oct. 28) from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the south court located in the main mall at 600 South 650 East.
As part of a week-long National Pro Bono Celebration, this free public concert, sponsored by The Utah State Bar, recognizes pro bono legal service throughout the state. All the musicians performing at the Pro Bono Jam come from the legal profession including Kristin Erickson, a local folk musician and The Vapor Trails String Band.
Kristin Erickson is an attorney at Fabian & Clendenin, P.C. and has been singing, playing and writing music since she was a child. For the past several years, Kristin has been performing in a variety of concert and festival venues, based in Salt Lake City. Kristin will be joined by special guest artists at the Pro Bono Jam.
The Vapor Trails String Band was formed in 2006 by Debora Threedy, Professor of Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, who plays the hammered dulcimer and sings. Dianna Cannon, an attorney at Cannon Match ,performs lead vocals and plays guitar. J.S. “Shawn” Foster, an attorney at J.S. Foster Law, plays the mandolin, fiddle, spoons, and sings. Barry Scholl, an attorney at Kruse Landa Maycock & Ricks, plays guitar and resonator. The band focuses on traditional and original acoustic music.

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