Local singer to perform at Bluff Fort
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“The Utah Pavarotti”, otherwise known as local pharmacist Craig Crippen, will sing on Friday, July 21 at the Bluff Fort.

The free performance begins at 7 p.m.

Crippen was called Pavarotti by a retired professional opera singer and former Tabernacle Choir member.

Craig returns to the Fort for another concert, where he will be singing a variety of genres, including pop, country and classical.

Craig grew up in West Valley City, UT, where he played football and basketball every chance he got.

When he returned from an LDS mission to Alaska, Craig attended Ricks College and Brigham Young University.

He met his wife, Miko while he was attending pharmacy school at the University of Utah.

Craig is a pharmacist at the UNHS Montezuma Creek Clinic. He lives in Blanding with his wife and their five children, who will be helping to entertain the concert goers.
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