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‘Tis the week before Christmas and all through Great Falls, not a creature is stirring, not even the Gibson Park Seagalls. But soon, rocking will be done at Club Cigar with care, with hopes that Hell City Kitty and Feeding Strays will jam there. For now the bands are nestled all snug in …

When Grammy-nominated pianist Phil Aaberg plays a Christmas show, he prepares for it it much in the way Christoph Waltz or JK Simmons might prepare for a big role. Instead of just performing the music as it’s written, Aaberg says he tries stepping into the spirit of the songs to …

While he might not be as well-known across the world, Johnny Fuckin’ Marr could arguably be considered just as important to the music world as other illustrious acts such as Paul McCartney, Mick Jagger, Oasis or Dave Grohl. It’s with great excitement, then, that I will be going to see …

If you’re looking to escape the Black Friday crowds, Bert and Ernie’s in Great Falls offers you the perfect opportunity to do just that and enjoy some high-quality music. Talented Seattle-based Star Anna returns to the Electric City to perform a solo set from her new albums. The show starts …

Wolvhammer comes to Great Falls next week to kick your ass. Not literally, of course, but if you ask them nicely, they just might. The Mooncreek Entertainment show starts Monday at 9:30 p.m. and is free to attend. Wolvhammer, a Minneapolis/Chicago metal band, is on tour supporting its third full-length …

Listening to Scott Piper is, in a way, like experiencing eggnog. No matter how many times you’ve done it, it can be just as memorable as the very first time. On Saturday the Great Falls Symphony invites you Saturday to sip in Piper and his powerful voice as it is paired …

The Great Falls Symphony opens its 2014-2015 season Saturday by serving the audience a supersized helping of love. Because when you put a piece by George Gershwin, one of the most beloved composers of all time, in the hands of pianist Charlie Albright, a performer who received such a large roar of …

Flathead native Kayla Adams, one of Nashville’s biggest up-and-coming new stars, might have burned her cheating boyfriend’s prized possessions in “Sober and Sorry,” but she admits in an interview with Big Sky State Buzz that’s a side of her that was exaggerated for the video. She’s never gotten revenge in quite …

Hear ye, Hear ye and gather around fellow music lovers for a tale about rock and about roll and  the hell one man went through to share his bounty of said power with the world. On a day not so long ago, September the 20th of the year Two-thousand and …

As if having Paul McCartney come to Missoula wasn’t enough excitement for one year, the Garden City welcomes another legendary musician next week, and you need to go see him. Even if you don’t have tickets, even if you have prior commitments, even if you’ve never considered yourself a fan, or …