Bozeman Spirits wets whistles w/ regular sides of strings
Bozeman Spirits celebrates the Treasure State with every drink it pours, utilizing Montana’s pure Rocky Mountain water to produce its flavorful variety. The downtown distiller continues to serve up the creative cocktails into summer, but the popular tasting room also hosts live music by local musicians every Tuesday (and Thursdays starting later this month) from 5:30–8pm. Here’s a look at the upcoming acts.
Brice Ash entertains on Tuesday, June 11th. The local singer/songwriter’s debut solo album, The Chariot, carries with it the hopeful hurt, raw honesty, and stirring stories that fans of his rough-hewn songwork have come to expect. Ranging from the heart-wrenching piano/cello duet, “Joe’s Final Bow,” to the gritty roots rocker “Has-Been Man,” the record brims with humanity – brash cowgirls, broken old men, homeless saviors, and high school nerds. Their stories are woven together in an Americana soundscape as Ash explores the corners and alleys of the human condition. Bozeman’s slower pace and breathtaking surroundings continue to nourish Ash’s creativity.
Local country artist W.C. Huntley performs on Tuesday, June 18th. The South Carolinian draws influence from Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Guy Clark, John Prine, Robert Earl Keen and other country greats, from the current and past. His upbeat, finger-picking guitar style and soulful voice are something to behold.
Learn more about Bozeman Spirits’ distilling processes and other offerings at www.bozemanspirits.com. Regular tasting room hours are Monday to Saturday from 10am–8pm and Sundays from noon–8pm. •