The Elm, Bozeman's Newest Concert Venue, and Logjam Presents are excited to host Aaron Watson!

Watson was supposed to play a show last May but unfortunately had to reschedule due to damage to his vocal cords. While Watson had never had to cancel a show, he took his doctor's orders to take a break from performing to allow them to heal appropriately so he didn't have to have surgery.


So now, after Watson has rested, he is back on the road doing what he loves, performing.

With hits like July in Cheyenne, it's clear why people love Watson. His true country grit comes out in all of his songs and his lyrics are some that all can relate to.

Watson's Texas roots have guided him through his 20-year career on the stage, and what got him called "one of country music’s biggest DIY success stories" by Forbes magazine. His song Freight Train will have you tapping your boots and swinging your partner around the dance floor in no time.

Opening up for Watson is another Texas boy. Jon Stork is making his way up the line with hits like "Facts and Lies". You can hear the country in his voice as he belts out every heartfelt lyric. Don't tell me you can't relate to "Facts and Lies". I know I can.

Watson will be performing at The Elm on November 17th. The doors will open at 7 PM and Watson will take the stage at 8 PM. There are still a few tickets left so to get yours before it's too late, just click the link below.


With A Packed House, This Artist Shows Montana How To Have Fun

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.

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It's crazy to think it has been YEARS since Kenny Chesney has come to the beautiful state of Montana. After 3 years of waiting, the Kenny Chesney fans were not the least bit disappointed. Selling over 24,000 tickets, Kenny Chesney, Old Dominion, and Carly Pearce put on one heck of a show.

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