Daniel Kosel and Co., will play the Pub Station on Saturday, Jan. 13.
Doors open at 7 and the music starts at 8. The cover charge for the 21 and over show is $5. Also on the bill is Jonah Morsette and Krystal Hudak.
Based in Roberts, Kosel is a vocalist, poet, guitarist and recording artist who has released two original albums. The singer-songwriter's first EP, "Beartooth Stage," was produced by Leroy Miller and released March. His second album, "The Rain," was produced by Amplify Studios in Billings, and released in December.
Kosel's live shows are filled with emotionally intelligent poetry, soulful vocals and guitar stylings that feature a eclectic blend of country, rock and blues.
Originally from Seattle, Washington, and raised in Roberts, Kosel embraces musical influences including Stevie Ray Vaughan, Dwight Yoakam, George Jones, Keith Whitley, Steve Wariner, Aretha Franklin and Merle Haggard.