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Best Indie & Rock in Bozeman

The Head and The Heart at The Elm

The Head and The Heart

Indie folk darlings The Head and The Heart are heading out on tour to bless your ears with their plethora of hit tracks and a first listen to some brand new music! Formed in 2009 the six-piece have enjoy a stratospheric rise to stardom. Their 2016 release Signs of Light saw the group hit the top five in the US charts!

Aug 17

The Elm

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Shakey Graves at The Elm

Shakey Graves

Alejandro Rose-Garcia (aka Shakey Graves) is one of Americana's real cult favorites. Since he first emerged in 2011 with his debut Roll Your Bones, he's been honing his lo-fi mix of country, blues and rock 'n' roll with understated ease, using bandcamp as one of his major selling platforms.

Jun 15

The Elm

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Lucinda Williams at The Elm

Lucinda Williams

One of America's finest singer-songwriters, Lucinda Williams' substantial talents transcend the genres with which she's so at ease, from folk to blues and country-rock. At every live show, Williams demonstrates why her music speaks out to so many, with yearning and mourning. Summer of 2024 sees Williams take to the road once more and you don't want to miss it!

Portugal. The Man at The Elm

Portugal. The Man

Experimental rockers Portugal. The Man are back! Distinguished by their lo-fi electronic soundscapes, atmospheric guitars and frontman John Gourley's falsetto vocals, the band's 2017 offering Woodstock is inspired by the political protest music of the 60s and couldn't come at a better time. The hit single off the Woodstock album, Feel it Still, scored the rockers a Grammy for Best Pop/Duo Performance!

May 22

The Elm

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Brett Dennen at Rialto Bozeman

Brett Dennen

Californian folk sophomore Brett Dennen is back on the road! A self-taught singer and musician from an early age, Dennen's creative upbringing at home allowed him to compose his own music during his teens, and then to inspire others at summer camp. His 2004 self-titled debut album was well-received when a burned copy found its way to Apple executive Denzyl Feigelson, leading to a record contract with Dualtone Records.

Skillet at The Elm

Skillet

One of the most dedicated bands in the Christian Praise and Worship music scene, Skillet perfectly balance their religious leanings with metal-tinged, hard-rocking authenticity. Formed in 1996, their dedication and work ethic amassed a fervent fan base and they broke through to mainstream recognition with the release of their fourth album Alien Youth in 2001. Don't miss the Memphis quartet as they hit venues across North America this year.