Popular Country Star Is Coming to Montana To Help Local Nonprofit
Montanans are known for a couple of things.
Their love of music and helping out those in need. So, when you have the chance to combine the two, well, that's going to get some folk's attention. That's exactly what's going to happen on August 7th at the Old Saloon in Emigrant.
Big Sky Bravery is a Montana nonprofit that serves active duty soldiers from the most elite divisions of the US Militaries Special Forces Operations and they provide weeklong programs to these warfighters to reconnect through things like skiing, snowmobiling, fishing, and hiking.
Peak Ski Company along with the Old Saloon have teamed up to present the first annual Big Sky Bravery Tribute concert will feature country star, Joe Nichols, with all proceeds from the concert going to Big Sky Bravery.
Nichols who won the ACM New Male Vocalist Award in 2003 has been a staple on country radio for 20 years. With a love of traditional country music, he's blended the old school with the new school which has resulted in several huge hits like "The Impossible", "Brokenheartville", "Tequila Makes Her Clothes Come Off", "Gimme That Girl", and "Yeah" just to name a few.
Tickets for the concert are available through the Old Saloon's website.
Peak Ski will also have some fantastic auction items available as well including your chance to bid on limited edition Big Sky Bravery skis, as well as a once-in-a-lifetime chance to ski with one of the most decorated skiers in the history of the sport and the co-founder of Peak Ski, Olympic Champion Bode Miller.
It's the first annual Big Sky Bravery Tribute concert featuring Joe Nicols at the Old Saloon on Monday, August 7th.