As we slide toward the end of October, we still have a solid list of concerts to get us through the end of the month.


Let’s get started with East Texas singer/songwriter Paul Cauthen. Paul makes his return to Montana over the next week, with Stops in Missoula, Bozeman, and Billings. “Big Velvet” has a tremendous following with his brand of no frills ‘true country’, and wracks up new fans with every tour stop.
That said his first two shows, in Missoula at the Wilma Friday, and Saturday in Bozeman at the Elm, are both officially sold out. BUT, I can only imagine there will be people selling tickets at the venue if you HAVE to go.

Information on the Missoula show HERE. Bozeman HERE.
His show Sunday in Billings is at the Pub Station, with tickets still available HERE

Paul Cauthen (with an assist from Shakey Graves)

Oct 26

Next up is another stop in Missoula, this time for Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt together onstage. This is a show that sold out instantly. Two of the best storytellers alive, and two pillars of American music, this will prove to be a memorable night.
More information can be found HERE.

Oct 29

Brick Breeden is the setting for a highly anticipated show by Cody Johnson, with support from Randy Houser and The Steel Woods. Cody is touring in support of his sophomore major-label album, Human: The Double Album. The album rose to #3 on the Billboard Album charts, on the strength of two charting singles. Doors open at 6:30 at the Brick, the show will start at 7:30.
More information can be found HERE.

One more show on the 29th, and this one in Bozeman as well at the Elm.
Shovels and Rope will return to Montana.

6 full-length albums, cover albums, a film, and their own festival in South Carolina, all in 10 years. Shovels and Rope continues to evolve themselves and evolve the space around them. You will hear just about every descriptor thrown their way, folk, Americana, traditional, but Michael Trent says, “It’s not heavy metal, but in our guts, it feels a bit like Heavy Metal,” When talking about their new album called Manticore. If their sound isn’t haunting enough, the new album was given life on the property of the New Orleans Preservation Hall Jazz Band. This should be an incredible show.
More information and tickets can be found HERE.

That will get us through the next couple of weeks. We do have some shows on the horizon for November, and also December. We will keep you updated!

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