Quell your cabin fever with a staycation at Chico Hot Springs. The local resort offers accommodations for overnight visitors and features regular entertainment in the Saloon. Check out the upcoming live music schedule.
BlackWater Band bring back-to-back shows on February 9th and 10th. The rock n’ roll variety group will have you off your feet and on the dance floor in no time, so take a swig of your preferred flavor and get that liquid motivation flowing.
Ian Thomas & Band of Drifters are back Feb. 16th and 17th. The group plays modern American roots music and encourage audiences to dance. Based mostly in Montana and Tennessee, the band also includes players from all over the country, keeping the music varied in arrangement, instrumentation and regional influences. The Drifters’ sets draw from country, folk and blues traditions with an emphasis on original songs, done in the old style.
Helena-based Three Eyed Jack visits the Saloon Feb. 23rd and 24th. The classic and country rock trio features the talents of Mike Killeen (guitar), John Parr (bass) and Tim Borsberry (drums). Book your rooms and head over to Chico for a good ole lively time!
And on March 1st and 2nd, The MAX return to Chico. The three-piece band from the Livingston area has entertained and delighted audiences across the country for decades. Featuring Kyle Brenner (guitar, vocals), Bobb Clanton (bass guitar, vocals) and Ethan Decker (drums), this “power pop party rock” trio from the Rockies puts out a massive sound for just three guys and has an incredible knack for pulling off spot-on covers of tunes young and old.
Live Saloon music begins at 9pm. Chico Hot Springs is located in Pray, 20 miles south of Livingston. For more information, visit www.chicohotsprings.com. •