XL Country friend and Bozeman native Stephanie Quayle will team up with CMA Award winning artist Deana Carter to headline the Women & Whiskey concert, Saturday, August 24, at Dry Hills Distillery.

The evening will also be the debut for Running Iron Whiskey; a new Montana wheat whiskey that will be available for the first time at the show along with a full bar of adult beverages and food provided by Chef’s Table Food Truck & Catering, Bubby’s Sweet & Salty, and Grill 406.

Tickets for this event are limited and are now on sale at RunningIronWhiskey.com and DryHillsDistillery.com. General Admission Tickets are $30 when purchased in advance ($40 on the day of the event). VIP Tickets, with a reserved concert viewing area, private reception, meet and greet opportunities and dedicated bar area, are $100. This is a family-friendly event with singing and dancing encouraged. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m.

About Stephanie Quayle: Stephanie Quayle was recently inducted into CMT’s “Next Women of Country” Class of 2019. Last year, she made her Grand Ole Opry Debut, played the historic Ryman Auditorium for the first time, and was a consistent presence on the Billboard Country Airplay chart with her previous single “Selfish.” Quayle was also one of the only independent female acts in 2018 with two music videos in rotation on CMT, including her current single “If I Was A Cowboy.” Named one of Rolling Stone Country’s “New Country Artists You Need To Know,” Quayle is garnering attention from her high-energy live shows across the country while sharing stages with artists like Kane Brown, Brett Eldredge, Jon Pardi, Carly Pearce, Aaron Watson, and more. Quayle’s latest single, “If I Was A Cowboy” charged out of the gates as one of the Top 10 Most Added Songs on Country radio upon release.

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About Deana Carter: One of few artists with a 5x platinum debut album, Deana Carter thrills her fans each and every time she takes the stage. The 3-time Grammy nominated and CMA Award Winning Artist got her first big break came when one of her demo tapes caught the attention of Willie Nelson, who invited her to take part in the Farm Aid VII concert as the show’s only female soloist. Her debut album, “Did I Shave My Legs For This?”, debuted at No. 2 on the U.S. Top Country Albums chart and sold well over five million copies. The album had three No. 1 hits: “Strawberry Wine,” “We Danced Anyway” and “How Do I Get There”. Carter has gone on to write, sing and produce numerous songs, including “Me and Tequila” which was later covered by Kenny Chesney and nominated for the CMA’s Song of the Year.

Also performing will be Nashville native Jenny Tolman, who has garnered back-to-back #1 videos on CMT, drawing on elements ranging from Dolly Parton and Roger Miller to The Beatles and Amy Winehouse.

Dry Hills Distillery is located at 106 Village Center Ln. in Four Corners. Be sure to listen to 100.7 XL Country for your chance to win Free tickets!