The popular Montana Made Music Series will continue on April 13th at Butte's Mother Lode Theater as TomCats and 406 with special guest Ken Rich will perform in place of the originally scheduled act, Rob Quist and Great Northern featuring Halliday Quist who have been rescheduled to a date later this fall.  But fans of homegrown Montana-styled rock and country are not going to miss a beat.

Who are TomCats and 406?

TomCats and 406. Photo courtesy of
TomCats and 406. Photo courtesy of

You may not know them by their collective name, but Tomcats and 406 are comprised of members of some awfully impressive Montana bands that you are sure to have heard of and have probably even seen live.  How about the Bop-A-Dips?  Tyrant.  Son of a Gun.  Slik Trik.  These guys have some mileage under their belts and have become some of Montana's finest live musicians.  They will be playing contemporary and classic rock and country that your will be sure to recognize, and we won't be surprised if many of you start dancing in the aisles after just a couple of their songs.

Ken Rich

Photo: facebook/Ken Rich
Photo: facebook/Ken Rich

Ken Rich, who will be the show's opener, needs zero introduction in Butte and little across Montana and the Northwest.  An incredibly talented multi-instrementalist with a haunting voice, Ken currently leads the Ken Rich Band and is one of the most sought-after soloists in the region.


Tickets for the event are available on the Mother Lode's website.  Showtime is 7pm and if you'll be coming in from out of the Butte area, special room rates are available.

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