The Guess Who headlines the annual Harvest Howl, Oct. 27 at Montana ExpoPark in Great Falls. Pinky and the Floyd open the dinner-concert.
Harvest Howl raises funds for Camp Rotary, located in the mountains between Neihart and Monarch and primarily used for youth summer camps.
Much more than a sit-in-your-seat music concert, the venue includes a large dance floor, a silent auction and dessert auction, local micro-brew beer garden and food offerings from several local restaurants.
Harvest Howl’s headliner
This year’s headliner, The Guess Who, is a group that has connected with the masses throughout an exultant hit parade spanning 14 Top 40 hits, including “These Eyes,” “Clap For the Wolfman,” “Hand Me Down World,” “No Time,” “Star Baby” and “Share the Land.”
Add in singles like their no. 1 rock anthem, “American Woman,” and “No Sugar Tonight,” plus “Laughing” and “Undun,” and the Canadian-bred stateside conquerors are eternally etched within the very fabric of pop culture history.
“You’re going to see an excellent version of the songs and hear exactly how they should sound or be played,” verifies founding member and original drummer/songwriter Garry Peterson. “We’re coming at a new generation of fans who are seeing how the band can execute with enthusiasm. And we’re also making sure the respect level remains at an all time high for how the music was initially recorded and remains at an all time high for the fans who have been with the band from the beginning.”
Pinky and the Floyd: Electrifying!
Pinky and the Floyd – dubbed the Northwest’s Hottest Pink Floyd Tribute Band – call Montana home. Founded in 2007, this grassroots effort has exploded in popularity, selling out shows across the state. Their amazing live shows are both note-for-note and improvisational, but it’s their superb musicianship that sets them apart from other tribute bands with electrifying energy and stage presence.