Rodney Crowell tours Montana Dec. 9-12

Grammy winning songwriting legend Rodney Crowell brings a one-man show to Montana Dec. 9-12. This Montana tour will be the first of more than 60 performances that will combine music and stories by the Americana Lifetime Achievement Award winner, whose new memoir, Chinaberry Sidewalks, is slated for release by Knopf in January. Read more • (1) Comments


Snoop Dogg brings rap, hip-hop to Great Falls

Snoop Dogg, the embodiment of ’90s’ gangsta rap, hits the Great Falls Civic Center at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 23. Introduced to the world through Dr. Dre's The Chronic, Snoop quickly became the most famous star in rap, partially because of his drawled, laconic rhyming and partially because the violence that his lyrics implied seemed real. Snoop eventually began to revamp his public image, moving away from his gangsta roots toward a calmer lyrical aesthetic. Read more


Buy handcrafted goodies and support Montana artists and artisans

Opportunities abound to fill stockings and stock up on handcrafted goodies, and support Montana artists and artisans in the process. A few samples of art and craft festivals around the region, beginning on Thanksgiving weekend, include the following events. Read more


Artist Ben Steele celebrates 93rd birthday

Artist Ben Steele will be celebrated with exhibits throughout Montana this fall and at a special celebration at the Western Heritage Center in Billings on Nov. 17, marking his 93rd birthday. Steele – who survived the grueling Bataan Death March during World War II and three years as a Japanese prisoner of war – has chronicled those experiences in drawings and paintings.

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Gordon Lightfoot performs in Bozeman and Helena

Modern-day troubadour and Canadian folk music icon Gordon Lightfoot, who has touched millions with his thoughtful, evocative portraits of life and landscape, performs Nov. 19 in Bozeman and Nov. 20 in Helena. In a career spanning more than 45 years, he's recorded over 200 songs, including such classic hits as "Sundown," "If You Could Read My Mind," and "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald." Read more


The Second City brings “Fair and Unbalanced” to three Montana towns

The Second City, recently called “Improv’s Harvard” by Vanity Fair, brings its veritable “Who’s Who of Comedy” to Dillon, Helena and Whitefish. Their production, called “Fair and Unbalanced,” takes unbridled comic pleasure in the foibles of present-day America. No institution escapes the satiric eye of these wiseguys – from the blowhards of the Beltway to the Hollywood elite. Read more


Montana Festival of the Book rounds up more than 100 authors

The 11th annual Montana Festival of the Book celebrates the literature of the West by showcasing over 100 authors in a variety of readings, discussions, exhibits, signings, receptions and other special events, Oct. 28-30 in downtown Missoula. Highlights include Friday's gala reading, with Jess Walter, Robert Wrigley and C.J. Box, and Saturday's first-ever “A Shiver Runs Through It,” featuring frightful original stories. Read more

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