The Cold Hard Cash Show, a tribute to Johnny Cash, is headlining the Billings Optimist Special Children’s Camp fundraiser Aug. 24 at 4 p.m. at…
Piano composer Tim Neumark will perform Aug. 24 at 3 p.m. at St. Bernard Catholic Church in the Heights.
BIG SKY — Big Sky Resort gets funky for its annual Labor Day music festival, newly named Big Moon Rising, set for Aug. 29-31.
South African thrash metal band Seether is playing a Monday show at the Babcock Theatre at 8 p.m.
The Grammy award-winning band Train hit the stage Saturday at the the Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark for the MontanaFair, bringing almost eve…
For probably the first time in history, the blues is being played on the didgeridoo.
Indie folk-rock duo You Knew Me When are set to perform at Yellowstone Cellars & Winery at 8 p.m. on Aug. 16.
The Pub Station, a new music venue and tap room, is opening later this year in the former bus station, 2502 First Ave. N.
Two new shows have been booked for Billings, one in the Railyard and one in the new Pub Station, which is moving into the old Greyhound bus st…
Rockin’ the Rims on the Yellowstone, set for Saturday, Aug. 16, at Coulson Park, will feature live music on two stages and more than 25 vendors.
Train’s lead singer Pat Monahan said the new LP, “Bulletproof Picasso,” is a celebration of the band dodging bullets since 1994.
There were many surreal moments during the 2-1/2-hour concert Tuesday by Paul McCartney at the Washington-Grizzly Stadium in Missoula.
MISSOULA — The wheels had been turning long before Paul McCartney took the stage under a golden sunset in Washington-Grizzly Stadium on Tuesda…
MISSOULA — Penny Lane, meet Campus Drive.
Huey Lewis is not simply known as a hit maker from the 1980s, but as a pop culture icon.
Magic City Blues is celebrating its 13th year with shows over four days at three venues.
The Red Ants Pants Festival last week near White Sulphur Springs drew thousands of music fans to a mowed field. Among the record crowd were 60…
MISSOULA, Mont. — It’s unlikely that there’s anyone in Missoula who knows more about the Beatles than Larry Klette.