A look at upcoming Concerts
Summer days and outdoor concerts might be in the rearview mirror, but that doesn't mean that we are slowing down on the number of live events here in Montana. Luckily we have tremendous venues throughout our state continuing to bring in great musicians. Here's a look at some of the upcoming shows, a bit of info, and a video from each of the performers, in no particular order.
I'm going to start with Ashley McBryde -Raised in Arkansas, the daughter of a preacher, grew up in a very strict house that always seemed to have music on. At an early age she was drawn to Kris Kristofferson, and the Carpenters. She wrote her first song at the age of 12, and at that point knew she wanted to become a singer-songwriter. She got the final nudge by a college professor who actually encouraged her to drop out of college and pursue music full-time. Ashley has 2 upcoming shows in Montana.
Friday, Sept 30- At the Wilma in Missoula. Tickets available HERE
Saturday, Oct 1 -The Elm in Bozeman. Tickets available HERE
Theory of a Deadman returns to Montana with a pair of dates, first in Bozeman at The Elm, followed by a stop at the Wilma in Missoula. Theory, who won the JUNO for New Group of the year in 2003, is a high energy rock show that has built a legion of devoted fans. Both these nights in Montana should be highly electric shows, indoors.
Theory of a Deadman-
Wednesday, Sept 28 at The Wilma in Missoula. Tickets available HERE.
Friday, Sept 30 at The Elma in Bozeman. Tickets available HERE.
How about something other than music to close us out. Legendary standup comedian Paul Poundstone in coming to Montana! Performing at the Wilma in Missoula Oct. 7. Poundstone has been a fixture in stand-up comedy for four decades. To prepare for this show go watch her HBO special "Cats, cops and stuff" An incredible look at a game changing performer.
Oct 7 Comedian Paula Poundstone at the Wilma. Tickets available HERE
We will take a look at some other shows coming our way shortly, but one you might want to grab tickets for now is Paul Cauthen at the Wilma, Oct 21. That should be solid.