Nashville’s Pat Reedy & more local talents come to Eagles
Bozeman’s Eagles Bar offers downtown shoppers and strollers a reprieve from the early winter chill by way of a beverage-induced warm-up. The local watering hole features drink specials, Friday night BINGO and burgers, as well as regular live music by local musicians and visiting acts. Here’s a look at what’s happening at FOE in the coming weeks.
Nashville country artist Pat Reedy is on tap for the next midweek set on Wednesday, December 4th beginning at 8pm. He makes honest honky-tonk music for the modern world, mixing twang, blue-collar songwriting, working-class pride and an unconventional backstory into albums like last year’s That’s All There Is (And There Ain’t No More). New single “Make It Back Home” is also available now.
KneeJürk return with the weekend tunes on Friday and Saturday, December 6th and 7th. The supersonic Southwest Montana duo incorporates the big band beat, performing the best toe tappin’ sing-alongs from the ‘60s to now.
Kristin Lundell performs on Wednesday, December 11th at 8pm. The local singer/songwriter and guitarist performs catchy, melodic rock originals inspired by the likes of Veruca Salt, Juliana Hatfield, and The Beatles. She’ll also have the audience singing along as she puts her spin on hits that span the decades.
Country rockers BlueBelly Junction are back on Friday and Saturday, December 13th and 14th. 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.
Also on Dec. 14th, the Countship of the Imperial Sovereign Court of the State of Montana hosts its first-ever holiday drag show upstairs in the Ballroom. “A Drag Christmas” begins at 9pm. Join Santa’s favorite helpers for a night of frolics and fun. There will be prancing and dancing, balls will be hung, and bells will be jingling as your most beloved Kings and Vixens don their best drag and sleigh the stage. The evening includes a $5 cover and 21+ attendees must have valid ID to order from bar. Doors at 8pm.
There’s no better Thirsty Thursday than one with Sunrise Karaoke, setting up at FOE every week at 9pm. Sing your heart out, cheer on your friends and maybe even do a dance number between songs!
Bridger Mountain Big Band performs regularly on Sundays from 7–9:30pm. The 17-piece jazz orchestra celebrates the music of Duke Ellington, Count Basie, and more, with original arrangements and music of all genres from the 1900s to today. Check them out on Facebook for performance announcements.
Eagles Bar live music begins at 9pm, unless otherwise noted. Head downtown to play a game of pool, listen to some great local bands, or stop in for a cold one any day of the week! The Eagles is located at 316 E Main. •