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Bozeman, MT



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June 2017

Neil Beddow

Friday, June 23 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Neil Filo Beddow plays folk rock music for the soul. He is a singer-songwriter whose musical influences include Lucinda Williams, Ry Cooder, David Bromberg, Woody Guthrie and Bob Dylan. He also plays many of his own original songs. His original music can be described as politically bent, spiritually seeking, tongue in cheek and humorous with a twist of serious. Neil’s guitar playing style he affectionately refers to as West Dakota Stutter. Filo has been playing in the area since 2003…

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Jason Tyler Burton

Saturday, June 24 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Jason Tyler Burton is a soul searching adventurer who writes songs about the journey. Originally from Kentucky, he now lives at the base of the Wind River Mountains in Wyoming. His brand of Americana music is heart felt, reflecting a search for meaning and home, with a voice and lyrics that invite you to lean in a little, and really listen. His 3rd full-length album, Lost Behind the Ranges, was released April 21, 2017. Listen to Jason Tyler Burton HERE

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Lexi Weege

Sunday, June 25 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

The female performing artist has long been objectified, controlled, censored, restrained. This is what Lexi Weege refuses to be. Her music is passionate, alive, awakened; the narrative of a woman unashamed of her desires and unafraid to seize control. Weege conjures up decadent scenes of the roaring twenties with her stellar voice and jazz-influenced compositions. Constantly touring, performing, and creating, Lexi Weege has released a full-length album and more recently, "Sweet Moon", a '7 record, both recorded live…

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Justin Howl

Thursday, June 29 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Following the maxim that the blues is a way of life, Justin Howl specializes in suggestive innuendo and experiments with esoteric truth, seeking to capture and sustain a harmonious blend of sound from wood and metal and guts. Based in Chicago, he comes to Bozeman with guitar and harmonica and stomp box.

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Lane Norberg

Friday, June 30 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Lane Norberg is a singer-songwriter from Bozeman, MT. His music is heavily inspired by faith, love, and all of life’s up’s and down’s. Many of the lyrics to his songs are easy to listen to, and often involve elements from his own life. In his own words: “I believe that music is a unique way to express the kinds of things we all go through every day. I want my music to be relatable to people, because I think you can really communicate an idea…

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July 2017


Saturday, July 1 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Welcome to a hyper-fantastical reality born out of the sweet summer love between 80s babies and thrift store synth junkies. Fronted by Jeremy Rogers, BUHU crafts electronic bedroom pop with expressive vocal stylings over a vast array of synths, guitars, looping, effects and acoustic instrumentation. Inherently thematic, every album, every song and every note tells a story that can be both deeply personal and completely fictional. Raised in the frozen wastes of northern Wisconsin, Jeremy was endowed with a vibrant…

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Quantum Split

Friday, July 7 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Quantum Split is a rock and soul band. They perform original songs and music, written by Berklee College of Music student, Lead singer and Guitarist Soleil Laurent, with her fellow band mates Adrian Read (Lead Guitarist), Anthony Anderson (Drummer), and Ivan Hardy (Bass Guitarist). They just got back from performing at the 6th Annual KigaliUp Music Festival in Rwanda, Africa this past July as well as headlining notable locations in NYC such as Irving Plaza and the Gramercy Theatre. Through creating a…

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August 2017

Mandy Rowden

Friday, August 4 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Mandy Rowden was born into a fundamentalist Baptist household and raised in East Texas where she was homeschooled throughout her adolescence. The Rowden family was restricted to a regimen of gospel and classical music and, as any respectful child does, she adhered to her parents beliefs while taking up classical violin and piano at a mere six years old. Rowden's parents noticed her natural abilities, and as a result of her insatiable musical wanderlust, or perhaps fearlessness, Rowden rejected her…

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