Join us for The Ogden Valley Land Trust’s 9th Annual Summer Concert featuring Grammy award winning singer/ songwriters Anna Wilson and Monty Powell. Enjoy a cool summer evening on the lawn of Kelly Creek farm while enjoying your own picnic and perusing silent auction items.

Bring your own picnic and beverages, a low profile chair or blanket, your love of music and cash or a checkbook to bid on the wonderful silent auction items. Limited seating, reservations required.

465 North 9000 East | Huntsville, Utah 84317

Friday, August 27, 2021
5:30 Social Hour / Silent Auction
7:00 Music

BYO Picnic and Beverages
BYO Low Profile Chair or Blanket
BYO Love of Music
BYO Cash or Checkbook

Limited Seating
Reservations Required
$50 per Person


Americana duo, Troubadour 77, is the brainchild of Grammy award-winning singer-songwriters, Anna Wilson (Piano/Lead Vocals) and Monty Powell (Guitar/Vocals).

Wilson and Powell have been married for 19 years and making music together as artists, songwriters and producers in Nashville for over three decades.  Collectively they have written a dozen #1 songs and countless album cuts that appear on over 70 million records, have co-produced unique special projects that pay tribute to the Eagles, Billy Joel and the Countrypolitan era of music, and penned the international theme song for Habitat for Humanity.  Powell was a key creative force in establishing the mega success story of Keith Urban.  He was his early producer and one of Urban’s top collaborators for many years, earning Golden Globe nominations and countless industry awards for the songs they composed together.  Additionally, his handwritten manuscript of his classic hit “Days Go By” is on display in the permanent collection at The Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, TN.  For her part, Wilson has been hailed as the queen of the country-jazz duet, performing numerous times on the Grand Ole Opry.  She is an award-winning songwriter who has written and recorded with numerous artists from Lady Antebellum, Reba McEntire, to legends Ray Price, Connie Smith and Kenny Rogers. Together, these storytellers will take you on a musical journey that will make you laugh, cry, stop and think, and yes celebrate the power of a song!


Kelley Creek Farms is located 465 North 9000 East in Huntsville, Utah.

As more and more places like this give way to developments and homes – so we’re proud to be holding our fundraiser at Kelley Creek Farms. Roughly 60 of their 80 acres are dedicated to agricultural pursuits, while the other 20 are used to host events and serve as a wildlife refuge. While at Kelley Creek Farms, you will be able to  enjoy the historic Diamond D horse barn, and be surrounded by the scenic Wasatch mountains on every side.

Walk around. Or sit, and just be. See the farm’s namesake spring as it rages in the Spring, or begins its summer long hibernation process to feed pastures and hidden groves. You can relax under the shade of one of the biggest cottonwood trees you’ve ever seen, or take in panoramic views of the verdant and fertile Ogden Valley with Ben Lomond and Mt Ogden peaks looking on.