‘Buckhorn Sessions’ continue in Livingston
Local outdoor apparel company Creek to Peak have been doing their part to enliven an otherwise idle event scene this fall. Their “Buckhorn Sessions” continue this month at the namesake Livingston tavern with intimate performances by regional musicians.
Take part in the sophomore album release of Wind and the Willows on Saturday, October 3rd. Rooted in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, this eclectic eight-piece folk band is known for its blend of brass, strings and triple harmonies. Tickets are $17 and the music starts at 7pm.
The Dan Henry Band follows on Saturday, October 17th. The frontman is a Montana-born musician who couples a unique vocal style with acoustic guitar and bluesy harmonica. He’s driven by a blues influence, but covers a wide range of music from folk and rock to reggae, and so much more. Tickets are $25 and the music starts at 7pm.
Steve Rose is set for Saturday, October 24th. Based out of Twin Bridges, the singer/songwriter performs his own style and blend of traditional country and western dance music. Rose will be accompanied by fiddler Cam Gibson. Tickets are $17 and the music starts at 7pm.
These events are limited to 50 guests on a first come, first serve basis. Cost of admission includes two free pints with every ticket purchased. Full bar available. The Buckhorn is located at 5237 US Highway 89 S in Livingston.
Visit www.creektopeak.com/buckhorn to purchase tickets. Proceeds directly support local musicians and the Creek to Peak Foundation, a Montana nonprofit whose work allows young athletes to pursue outdoor adventures and sports activities. •