Cody Canada & the Departed, Reckless Kelly, and Micky and the Motorcars are playing a show, titled Red Dirt at the Red Door, on Saturday at the popular lounge on Billings’ West End.
The Billings Youth Orchestra and Chorale, which began with one small string chamber group, has grown to four orchestras and two choirs in its 10-year history.
The chamber rock band Rasputina returns to Billings Thursday, Aug. 6, for an all-ages show at Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co., 2123 First Ave. North.
Guthrie Brown’s first few weeks in Nashville were rough.
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The Billings Arts Association is exhibiting works by its members for the month of July and August at the McCormick Café.
Midwestern rockers Shaman’s Harvest had a nice run in the early part of the new century. After nearly 10 years on the road, their album “Shine” in 2009 produced the single “Dragonfly,” which hit No. 16 on Billboard’s Active Rock chart and No.…
Avers psychedelic pop has been described as something from a 1960s time capsule unearthed by a group of 21st-century indie kids.
AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer Molly Brown knows that her teenage film students can pick up video editing faster than she can teach it. And that’s OK.
Hard rockers Clutch are set to play the Shrine Auditorium Tuesday, Oct. 20 in Billings. Corrosion of Conformity will open.
One of the most difficult challenges of writing a historical novel is to avoid the tendency to let modern sensibilities find their way into the story. The temptation to use the benefit of hindsight to add perspective to the story is strong. W…
James Woodcock grabbed my dented Nikon camera and said, “Here, let me show you how it’s done.”
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