Country music legend Moe Bandy has come a long way from his bull
riding days in Texas. Not to mention his years as a sheet metal worker
by day and playing Honkey Tonks at night in and around his hometown of
San Antonio, Texas. In the mid-seventies when the country pop Kenny
Rogers, John Denver and the outlaw sound of Waylon and Willie was at the
rage, along came the traditionalist Moe Bandy.
The Texas singer with twin fiddles and steel guitar in the band kept
Texas-style Honkey Tonk music alive, but it wasn't easy. In 1972 Moe met
record producer Ray Baker on a hunting trip and convinced him to listen
to some demo tapes he had made. Baker agreed to produce Moe if he was
willing to pay for recording session. Moe agreed and out of that session
came Moe's first hit song "I just Started Hatin Cheatin' Songs Today".
GRC records picked up the song and released it nationally where it
became a top 20 hit and that was just the beginning. Moe followed up
with "It Was Always So Easy (To Find An Unhappy Woman)" and his first #1
hit "Bandy The Rodeo Clown". His songs never strayed far from the
traditionally Honky Tonk fare. Loving, cheating, drinking and patriotic
songs formed the core of his music.
Moe continues to perform to packed houses all over the world. More
than anything else Moe loves to perform for his countless fans. Be sure
to check out Moe’s website MoeBandy.com because he just might be coming
to a town near you!
Bed Of RosesThe World's Best Bon Jovi Tribute
BED OF ROSES is the only Tribute to portray the entire history of BON JOVI from the 80's, where it all began, to today. Not just any other Tribute Band but 5 captivating, professional entertainers covering Bon Jovi's ENTIRE career!
A BED OF ROSES show is a true Tribute to Bon Jovi performed in
authentic costuming, voice, music and showmanship. With over 12 costume
changes throughout the show Bed Of Roses takes you on a journey of the
entire 30 year history of Bon Jovi. Catering to a huge demographic that
spans the generations.
Since the BED OF ROSES inception in 2005, they have established
themselves as an international tribute act touring extensively
throughout North America and abroad!
Sgt. John Ordway of the Lewis and Clark Expedition with Arch Ellwein
brings Sgt. John Ordway to life in a first-person portrayal set in
1813. First Sergeant Ordway was the only member of the Lewis and Clark
expedition to record a journal entry for every single day of the journey
from Camp DuBois or Wood River until their return. Seven years after
returning, Ordway is a farmer in Missouri Territory, tilling the ground
deeded to him from the U.S. government because of his service on the
expedition. Learn about his perspective as he reminisces about "...the
greatest adventure of my life." Later the audience has the opportunity
to ask questions of the sergeant and then of the actor.
I grew up in the mountains in California, before moving to Montana at 18
years old to work on ranches. While doing so, I found inspiration to
start writing music. My uncle gave me his old guitar in 2009 and I
haven’t put it down since. I have now gotten the opportunity to travel
to Nashville several times and have worked with some of the best of the
best. Growing up on good country music and with idols like Merle
Haggard, I try to stay true to my roots and make songs that can’t be
confused with anything else but country. Last year I won song of the
year for my original called “I Made him your man” which has recently
been pitched to Little Big Town as well. I will be performing in June at
the CMA fest in Nashville, as well as Great Falls state fair in July.
Bell was inducted into Country Radio Broadcasters Disc Jockey Hall of
Fame in 2005. He is credited for discovering Loretta Lynn, and has
personally known many of the earliest and biggest names in country
Now in his late 80s, Bell still has a weekly "Classic Country" program on KGHL Radio
Among the stars whose lives and careers would cross with Lonnie Bell
was Charlie Pride, who at one time lived and entertained throughout
The group The Crowdthinners was formed in the 1980's and disbanded after
New Years Eve at 2015. One member retired, another joined, and we
changed our name to "Plug Nickel". It's a four member group, that has
opened countless shows for national acts such as Gene Watson, and T.G.
Shepherd. We play mostly traditional country music, some new, and some
old time rock and roll. Also, we do some original material. We do alot
of clowning around on stage and have a ball. We like to involve the
crowd in our shows.
Bull Mountain Boys
Covering country classics to contemporary, with a good measure of rock
n’roll and some originals thrown in, the Bull Mountain Boys are a three
piece country band hailing from Roundup, Shepherd and Billings, Montana.
Josiah Loven provides the lead vocals, and supplies lead guitar and
keys. Jeremy Erickson holds down the bottom end on bass and Jake
Principe keeps the time on the drums.
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