Acoustic Wednesdays see KneeJürk & Kristin Lundell, plus weekend live music
Those with hidden talents now have two chances to show off their skills at Bozeman’s ‘Best Karaoke’ venue. That’s right, the Eagles will again welcome Sunrise Entertainment for Thursday AND Saturday karaoke shows through the summer months. Downtown’s seasoned watering hole also features drink specials, Friday night BINGO and burgers, plus regular live music by solo musicians and local bands. Here’s a look at who’s playing at FOE in the coming weeks.
The next midweek acoustics come courtesy of KneeJürk on Wednesday, June 19th beginning at 8pm. The supersonic Southwest Montana duo incorporates the big band beat, performing the best toe tappin’ sing-alongs from the ‘60s to now.
Bozeman funk trio Holding For Hux will be on hand Friday, June 21st. The group plays a wide variety of groovy rock and funk tunes to keep things saucy for those who want to get out on the floor and boogie. Head down and check ‘em out!
On Wednesday, June 26th, enjoy the talents of Kristin Lundell at 8pm. The local singer/songwriter and guitarist performs catchy, melodic rock originals inspired by the likes of Veruca Salt, Juliana Hatfield, and The Beatles. She’ll also have the audience singing along as she puts her spit on hits that span the decades.
Diamond take the stage Friday, June 28th. The sprightly duo of Colette and Kenny Diamond bring a unique and engaging musical experience, with a song selection from today’s hits, country, classic rock, R&B, and crowd pleasing sing-alongs. Colette – kicking bass, playing piano, percussion, and vocals – brings a level of entertainment that lights up the room. Kenny, the second half of the popular duo, often straps on an electric guitar and delivers renditions of classic ‘70s and ‘80s guitar riffs. Kenny’s sound is big, and Diamond plays songs you do not expect to come out of a two-piece.
Always a blast, Sunrise Karaoke sets up every Thursday and Saturday night at 9pm this summer. Come sing your heart out and maybe even do a dance number between songs.
Bridger Mountain Big Band performs regularly on Sundays from 7–9:30pm. The 17-piece jazz orchestra celebrates the music of Duke Ellington, Count Basie, and more, with original arrangements and music of all genres from the 1900s to today. Check them out on Facebook for performance announcements.
Head downtown to play a game of pool, listen to some great local bands, or stop in for a cold one any day of the week! The Eagles is located at 316 E Main, next to the Nova Café. •