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 station at 2502 First Ave. N. downtown.
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 Tuesday evening and proceeded to light up the August night.
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 600 children ages 12 and younger who came with their parents and two women over 90 years old who turned out to see Charley Pride on July 27.
MISSOULA, Mont. — It’s unlikely that there’s anyone in Missoula who knows more about the Beatles than Larry Klette.
A cabaret featuring mother and daughter, Susan and Amber Sommerfeld, and featuring accompanist Kathy Honaker will be performed Sunday, Aug. 3 at 7:30 p.m. at NOVA Center for the Performing Arts, 2317 Montana Ave.
Gov’t Mule is set to play Billings on Friday, Sept. 19, at the Babcock Theatre.
Billings band Repeat Offenders is ready to light up ears with three shows.
For once, George Moncure can combine all of his passions — craft beer, music and tennis.
Almost 9,000 screaming fans packed the Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark on Tuesday to see country star Tim McGraw in a rare sold-out show in Billings.
Doors open Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. at MetraPark's Rimrock Auto Arena for fans attending the Tim McGraw concert.
The Three Days Grace show with Sick Puppies, originally scheduled to be held at the Shrine Auditorium Tuesday, July 29, has been moved to the Babcock Theatre.
With “Somethin’ Bout a Truck” and “Beer Money” his two biggest hits, you’d think life would be all tailgate parties and pickup lines for country artist Kip Moore.
For Indigo Street of the Shy Hunters, playing guitar in other bands helps her hone her own musical instincts.
Scott Holt, who played guitar with Buddy Guy for 10 years, will be showcased Monday at the Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co.’s Garage Pub.
Americana singer-songwriter Josh Ritter is coming to Montana to perform at Red Ants Pants Festival at 7 p.m. on Saturday, July 26.
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