Events

in Bozeman


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Wed
Bozeman Taproom
August 23, 7:00p.m. - 10:00p.m.
Lane grew up learning to play piano and drums, he didn't begin playing the guitar until college. During these years, Norberg began to write and record his own music, often in his apartment bedroom. His songs are driven by faith, love, and all of life’s up’s and down’s. Lyrics are thoughtful, and often involve details from his own life. #BozemanTaproom Downtown Bozeman

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Sat
Bozeman Taproom
August 26, 9:00p.m. - 12:00a.m.
The Dead Yellers formed in 2011, with the ostentatious goal of finding a good excuse to smoke cigarettes and drink whiskey, and have been doing just that ever since. Relying on songwriting and simplicity rather than a love of NASCAR and Jesus, the band has carved out that difficult niche in the country scene with the conspicuous and stunning lack of a Johnny Cash or Waylon cover on their debut ...

13

Wed
Bozeman Taproom
September 13, 7:00p.m. - 10:00p.m.
Multifaceted Sista Otis Otis is a Singer/Emcee/Songwriter/Performer Extraordinaire whose sound was born in Detroit and raised in New Orleans. As she tells the story, "In a lil' Jazz club in the French Quarter, lady Blues was feeling the Soul from Motown. So she Hip-Hopped up on Motown's lap to Rock 'N Roll and got the Funk on. Meanwhile, Folk wondered in off the streets with crazy hair and dark...

19

Tue
Bozeman Taproom
September 19, 7:00p.m. - 10:00p.m.
Multifaceted Sista Otis is a Singer/Emcee/Songwriter/Performer Extraordinaire whose sound was born in Detroit and raised in New Orleans. As she tells the story, "In a lil' Jazz club in the French Quarter, lady Blues was feeling the Soul from Motown. So she Hip-Hopped up on Motown's lap to Rock 'N Roll and got the Funk on. Meanwhile, Folk wondered in off the streets with crazy hair and dark shad...

15

Wed
Bozeman Taproom
November 15, 7:00p.m. - 10:00p.m.
Multifaceted Sista Otis is a Singer/Emcee/Songwriter/Performer Extraordinaire whose sound was born in Detroit and raised in New Orleans. As she tells the story, "In a lil' Jazz club in the French Quarter, lady Blues was feeling the Soul from Motown. So she Hip-Hopped up on Motown's lap to Rock 'N Roll and got the Funk on. Meanwhile, Folk wondered in off the streets with crazy hair and dark shad...