LogJam Presents along with Bozeman's Newest Concert Venue are super excited to have this one of kind tribute band at The Elm.

If you love dancing and singing all while being in one of the nicest venues in the area, then pay attention. You are about to mark your calendars for one hell of a good time.

Church of Cash will be at The Elm, Friday, May 3rd for what will most likely be a sold out show.

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Church of Cash will get you as close to seeing the real Johnny Cash in real life. If you close your eyes while they play, you will have a hard time believing you are not at an actual concert with the "Man In Black" himself.

The Elm
The Elm

From touring the United States, Europe, and Asia, Jay Ernest, the founder of Church of Cash is excited to bring the show to the mountains of Montana. And what better place than The Elm, right here in Bozeman, than to perform?

There are numerous ways to snag tickets. You can go to Logjampresents, order them online right HERE, or you can go to XL Country's Facebook page for your chance to WIN A PAIR OF TICKETS.

Don't miss out on this World Class Tribute Band, May 3rd at The Elm, Bozeman's Newest Concert Venue.

Check out all the upcoming concerts at The Elm right HERE. Tickets go fast, so get yours today!

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Ashley McBryde Plays Show In Montana

For many artists, it seems like their first time coming to Montana to perform is never their last. There is just something about the mountain air that brings them back time and time again.
This past weekend Ashley McBryde made her way to Bozeman for her debut performance. She was scheduled to perform here around this same time last year, but had a horseback riding accident and had to postpone her show.

Now I have been to numerous concerts at The Elm, Bozeman's Newest Concert Venue, and I can tell you, it was a FULL HOUSE! McBryde sang a combination of newly released songs along with some throwbacks to when she first started performing.

A crowd favorite was a song McBryde wrote about her father who has passed away. As she told the story of her growing up and her father teaching her about God, hunting, and music, people in the crowd started crying.

Belting out an oldie but goodie, "Boys of Summer" made the crowd go nuts. The talented McBryde didn't miss a beat and neither did the crowd as they all sang along.

Gallery Credit: megan shaul

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