Dinner, drinks & dancing w/ weekend trip to one-stop Sacajawea
Break away from the usual haunts and head out to the Sacajawea Hotel for an evening of delicious eats and live entertainment! Enjoy a fine dining experience in Pompey’s Grill followed by a night on the dance floor in the Sac Bar. Here’s a look at some of the upcoming acts.
Diamond will entertain on Friday, April 19th. 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.
Country rockers BlueBelly Junction return on Saturday, April 20th. The group provides audiences with what they consider “rockabilly music” all over the state of Montana. The high-energy band tends to veer away from slow jams, other than the occasional tune. With an arsenal of originals and personalized covers, the guys will keep you on your feet until last call.
Show off those hidden talents with Sunrise Karaoke on Friday, April 26th. Bring your favorite songs and get ready to impress – or at least give it your best shot! You haven’t done karaoke until you’ve done it with Sunrise.
Cabin Fever are back with a lively show on Saturday, April 27th. From Manhattan, the band plays a combination of original music, ‘70s rock, and a wide variety of dance tunes from Dwight-style country to Pink Floyd. This five-piece-plus band showcases strong vocal harmonies and a wide variety of instrumentals. Members include Lonny Walker (rhythm guitar), Steve Loessberg (lead guitar), Larry Greenbaum (bass, lead guitar), Josh Fike (drums), Jon Gerhts (bass guitar), Ross Barrett (percussion), and Lane Quandt (harmonica).
Edis and the Incredibles perform on Friday, May 3rd. Front woman Edis Kittrell’s unique brand of folky, bluesy tunes has moved and entertained audiences for many years. Her primary instruments are her powerful and heartfelt vocals. Edis also plays six and twelve-string guitar, four and five-string bass, ukulele, and percussion. Influences include Bonnie Raitt, Marshall Tucker, and George Jones, but whatever the song, you can count on heartfelt vocals and fine musicality.
Sugar Daddies follow with all the favorites on Saturday, May 4th. This Montana-based trio has been performing in various venues around Southwest Montana since 2012. While the gist of their material is popular rock n’ roll, country, oldies, R&B and blues, they also have an extensive arsenal of original songs, all of which are palatable, as well as an array of lesser-known but still great songs by both obscure and well-known artists/songwriters. Their main focus is variety, and they half-jokingly have a motto of “No request left behind.”
ALL Sac Bar music begins at 9pm, unless otherwise noted. The Sacajawea Hotel is located at 5 N Main in Three Forks. For more information about these events, visit www.sacajaweahotel.com or call (406) 285-6515. •