While their music is classified as country, it doesn't really fit into one specific genre. The use of the banjo and fiddle certainly give it a bluegrass feel, but it doesn't take long to hear the rock influence in their music as well.
The band is currently on tour promoting their new album, "Dream Big."
After performing in Layton on Friday, the band will perform in a number of places in states like Iowa, Wisconsin, Arizona, California, Washington and Oregon during the next few months.
Tickets for the show are available online at www.davisarts.org. The reserved seating for the show is virtually sold out, but there are still tickets available for general admission.
The "Summer Nights with the Stars" concert series will continue until the end of August.
Other acts still performing this summer include:
Jim Brickman, who will perform his interpretations of songs from Disney movies; Outrageous, who will sing favorites from the '60s and Debby Boone, who will perform "A Tribute to Rosemary Clooney." Boone is Clooney's daughter-in-law.
Later this month, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band will perform.
August will begin with Foreigner, the band who is famous for "Hot Blooded" and "I Want to Know What Love Is."