Much has been made of the recent $2 million sale of Bob Dylan’s handwritten lyrics to “Like a Rolling Stone.” What kind of memorabilia is worth $2 million to you?
BUTTE — The Montana Folk Festival is this weekend with six stages filled with music, a dance pavilion, First People’s Market, and regional and ethnic food offerings.
Billings native Ellen Moak won the online “Country Idol” competition after garnering 178 votes.
Blue Man Group, Wynonna, the King’s Singers and more are on the schedule for the Alberta Bair Theater’s 2013-14 season.
A soul reunion of the South Park Line will result in two Billings shows next week — Wednesday at the Garage Pub and Thursday outside Walkers Grill for Alive After 5.
Zoe Muth and the Lost High Rollers
Multifaceted performer Andrew W.K. is coming to the Carlin Hotel Events Center, 2501 Montana Ave., on Aug. 19 for a 21-and-over show.
The 17th season of the outdoor concert series at St. John’s Lutheran Ministries kicks into high gear on July 10 with Tom Catmull’s Radio Static as the featured act and opener Jerod Birchell.
BUFFALO, Wyo. — Bluegrass, folk and Americana music as well as Wyoming’s State Championship banjo and mandolin contests are all on tap at the Big Horn Mountain Festival at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Buffalo.
Texas country is on tap July 26 at the Railyard Ale House when Aaron Watson comes to town.
Fans can appreciate four guitar solos during 15-minute jams from Cure for the Common because the Bozeman funk band is just that tight.
It’s being billed as the July 5 Billings Theatrical Encore Reunion.
Dueling Pianos, a touring production, is booked for four nights next month in the Klover Room of the Red Door Restaurant & Lounge.
Chicago alternative rock band Chevelle is playing the Babcock Theatre with opener Highly Suspect on Sunday at 7 p.m.
Come Sunday, it’s time to cast your vote in the Country Idol contest, co-presented by The Billings Gazette and the Billings Symphony Orchestra.
Some of the cats are away, but players are still on board for the Thursday night Jazz Jam at Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co.’s Garage Pub.
Dropkick Murphys are playing the Shrine Auditorium on Sept. 23 and Soulfly with Lody Kong is set for an Aug. 4 show at the Railyard Ale House.
GLENDIVE — “Music in the Parks,” a free outdoor evening concert featuring Philip Aaberg and the Montana Wild Cats Jazz Trio, is Saturday from 5 to 7:30 p.m. at Makoshika State Park’s amphitheater.
They’ve got a twang in their voice and a song ready to perform for one of the biggest crowds in Montana this summer.
Husband, wife team up for violin-piano concert
Keith Roberts knows people aren’t thrilled when he and his bandmates pull in next to them at a campsite.