It was a big year for United Concerts.

UC reeled in a variety of notable names, from the Rolling Stones to Salt 'n' Pepa. The promoter tried to book Pink Floyd, but due to scheduling conflicts the band couldn't fit the show in.And one more big concert originally intended for 1994 - the postponed Eagles appearance - will now kick off 1995, with a show Saturday, Jan. 14, at the Delta Center.

Among the top music acts to reach the Salt Lake area in 1994 through United Concerts were:

The Scorpions - Feb. 22, Delta Center

The Samples - March 5, Saltair

Big Head Todd - March 15, Saltair

Richard Thompson - March 23, Saltair

Blind Melon - March 24, Saltair

The Cocteau Twins - March 26, Saltair

INXS - April 15, Delta Center

Janet Jackson - April 26-27, Delta Center

White Zombie - May 5, Saltair

Salt 'n' Pepa - May 9, Delta Center

Depeche Mode - May 24, Wolf Mountain

Traffic - May 25, Wolf Mountain

Tool - May 25, Saltair

Yanni - June 4, Wolf Mountain (formerly Parkwest)

Soundgarden - June 6, Golden Spike Arena

The Beach Boys - June 10, Wolf Mountain

Michael Bolton - June 11, Delta Center

Richard Marx - July 6, Wolf Mountain

Yes - July 7, Wolf Mountain

James Taylor - July 9, Wolf Mountain

Crosby, Stills & Nash - July 10, Wolf Mountain

Boingo - July 15, Wolf Mountain

Harry Connick Jr. - July 26, Wolf Mountain

Phil Collins - July 28, Delta Center

Metallica - July 29, Wolf Mountain

Chicago - Aug. 5, Wolf Mountain

Meat Loaf - Aug. 7, Wolf Mountain

Indigo Girls - Aug. 14, Wolf Mountain

Spin Doctors - Aug. 21, Wolf Mountain

Jackson Browne - Aug. 23, Wolf Mountain

Steve Miller - Aug. 24, Wolf Mountain

Dan Folgelberg - Sept. 9, Wolf Mountain

ZZ Top - Sept. 10, Delta Center

Moody Blues - Sept. 13, Delta Center

The Samples - Sept. 15, Saltair

Candlebox - Oct. 13, Saltair

Lyle Lovett - Oct. 15, Capitol Theater

Nine Inch Nails - Oct. 18, Delta Center

George Strait - Oct. 21, Delta Center

Rolling Stones - Oct. 23, Rice Stadium

Sawyer Brown - Nov. 5, Delta Center

Widespread Panic - Nov. 8, Saltair

.38 Special - Nov. 9, Saltair

Shawn Colvin - Nov. 19, Capitol Theater

Jesus & Mary Chain - Nov. 19, Saltair

Cranberries - Nov. 23, Saltair

Kenny Loggins - Nov. 22, Huntsman Center

Dream Theater - Nov. 25, Saltair

Pam Tillis - Nov. 30, Capitol Theater

Danzig - Dec. 14, Saltair

Canceled shows included Joe Jackson, originally scheduled for Dec. 10 at Saltair, and the alternative music fest Lollapalooza, scheduled for July 7 at the Utah State Fairpark.