Punk, ska and folk are the highlights of upcoming music in the local clubs next week.
- THE APTLY NAMED SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PUNK-ROCK BAND GUT-TERMOUTH will headline a show Tuesday, June 4, at the State Fairpark Fowl Friends Building.The band's latest release, "Teri Yakimoto," features several slices of the tongue-in-cheek punk-rock that has become Guttermouth's trademark sound, including the title track and a "ska-core" cover of the Barney song "Under the Sea."
A.F.I. and the Queers round out the bill for the concert, which starts at 8 p.m. Tickets are $8 in advance from Raunch Records and the Heavy Metal Shop. The show is a Cashmere production.
- THE GROOVING SKA OF HEPCAT will play the Utah State Fairpark coliseum Tuesday, June 4. Tickets are available for $8 at the door. The music begins at 7:30 p.m.
Hepcat, a nine-piece band from Los Angeles, manages to mangle and twist a little Jamaican jamming with Latin syncopation and dance-hall bounces.
- CONTEMPORARY FOLK ARTIST BILL MORRISSEY will play the Zephyr Club, 301 S. West Temple, Wednesday, June 5. Doors open at 7 p.m.
The man has six albums under his belt, including his new one, "You'll Never Get to Heaven," which was recorded in New Orleans.
Morrissey, known for his straight-forward musical tales about real life and people, also put those thoughts down in prose with his debut novel, "Edson."