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Music, artist interviews, and upcoming performances around western Montana.

Congratulations to Rich Brinkman and Stephen Johnson, you've each won a pair of tickets to the Béla Fleck & the Flecktones and The Wood Brothers show at the KettleHouse Amphitheater, Thursday, July 12, 2018.

Thanks to all who entered the ticket giveaway. Stay tuned for more great music coming your way this summer.

Visit logjampresents.com for more show and ticket info.

Rose Osborne

Combine potent song lyrics, soulful vocals and piercing guitar work and you've got the sound of New Orleans’s musical treasure, Anders Osborne, whom Guitar Player Magazine has called “the poet laureate of Louisiana’s fertile roots music scene.” Join host John Floridis for a conversation with Osborne about keeping a long musical career fresh and in synch with the musician’s own process of maturation.

Over forty years ago, as part of the David Grisman Quintet, multi-instrumentalist Darol Anger became a young founding father of "Dawg Grass," an influential melding of bluegrass, newgrass, classical and jazz. He has continued breaking musical ground ever since, with the Turtle Island String Quartet, Montreux, Fiddlers Four, Psychograss, the Republic of Strings, Mike Marshall,  Barbara Higbie, Scott Nygaard, Phil Aaberg and many others. He's a professor at the Berklee College of Music and an instructor at fiddle camps around the world.

The songs on "White Noise," the latest recording from Seattle singer, guitarist and songwriter Noah Gundersen, draw comparisons to Jackson Browne, Neil Young and Iron & Wine. Fellow Seattleite Nancy Wilson of Heart raved, in 2011: “Noah Gundersen is my favorite new singer-songwriter. Music like this will never become dated. His timeless songs are full of true humanity and longing. Just what the soul doctor ordered.”

know all ye that on the 16th day of the second month of the year, Mme. Richarde and the good Doctor will mark their thirtieth performance of The Psychedelic Circus.
Doc Sandoz

And the Nothing appeared in flame and said unto them, know all ye that on the 16th day of the second month of the year, Mme. Richarde and the good Doctor will mark their thirtieth performance of The Psychedelic Circus. By conjure of mad Abraxas, mystery and marvels long forgotten shall they then call back to life, whereupon, all else falling silent, the songs of the Pleroma will rise up like a moth rises over the fire of the shepherd who guards his flock by night. Your attendance is most humbly requested. Friday night the 16th of February, 10 p.m. to midnight, on your radio or online at mtpr.org.

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