Norris Hot Springs hosts “Live from the Dome” music every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night from 7–9:30pm. Featuring premier local, regional and national musicians, the poolside music always draws a crowd.
Dave Provost returns to the Poolside Stage on Friday, November 22nd. The award-winning singer/songwriter plied his craft while engaging audiences on both coasts and points in-between for the last thirty years. His literate, world-weary lyrics sit in a roots-oriented musical context comprised of equal parts folk, country and American rock n’ roll. Funny and knowing, Provost is a memorable and engaging live performer who has shared the stage with Jackson Browne and Jesse Winchester, among others. His albums Home and My Favorite Ghost are available now.
Joe Schwem entertains Saturday soakers on November 23rd. He’s a singer/songwriter from Bozeman who plays a mix of originals and eclectic covers ranging from Americana to rock, and sea shanties to show tunes – all songs with stories and feeling. Joe is often joined by his sons, Jack and Harry, on guitar, mandolin, bass and harmony vocals.
Jordan Lane follows on Sunday, November 24th. The preacher’s progeny brings an old school, gospel feel to a new age sound. He mixes genres with his multi-instrumentation. Both upbeat and laid back, he’s like a dance party in your mom’s basement.
Nathan North heads to Norris on Friday, November 29th. A Billings performer, Nathan uses loops to create complex and wonderful songs. He’ll be performing originals and notable covers.
Crowd favorite The Lucky Valentines close out the month on Saturday, November 30th. Their music has been described by fans as “stirring” Americana, “straight from the heart.” Married in 2010, they have been playing music for the whole of their life together. Crafting songs rooted in honest, raw emotion and blending sounds from alt-country, rock n’ roll, indie and folk, they span themes of joy and pain in the face of life’s trials. They borrow inspiration from their own experience, observation, and the beautiful, lonesome landscape and history of Northern Montana. Their independent release Lion in the Garden is a collection of songs that explore betrayal, loss and joy.
Jacob Rountree is set for Sunday, December 1st. Bringing an indie rock/folk sound to every performance, he sings songs with contemplative and powerful messages that are relatable and help build the soul. If his audience isn’t captivated by the introspective lyrics and unique finger-picking, they’re guaranteed to be mesmerized by his multi-dimensional performance. Inspired by artists such as Ben Howard, Jose Gonzales and Nick Drake, Rountree uses his percussive technique, while looping and layering dynamic rhythms, to create a rare musical experience.
For operating hours, menus and the complete music calendar, visit www.norrishotsprings.com. Follow on Facebook and Instagram (@NorrisHotSprings). •