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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 …

If you’re a fan of international reggae or legendary musicians from such bands as REM or The Smiths, The Top Hat Lounge will be the place to be in the coming months. The popular Missoula music destination recently announced tickets to see performances from the self-described Reggae Ambassadors Third World, …

Guests will have the unique opportunity to dine on fresh, in-season food and visit with the farmers who grew it all at the second Farm2Table event outside Bert and Ernie’s in Great Falls on Saturday. The event, put together by Bert and Ernie’s and McMeel Insurance, celebrates serving fresh foods and …

The truth is still out there and tomorrow night the blues/rockabilly band the Hooten Hallers will come to Machinery Row to find it using their unique brand of music, with or without the help of agents Mulder and Scully. This fact-finding, face-melting, toe-tapping, head-bobbing mission gets started with a set …

A new track from the soon-to-be-released Foo Fighters eighth studio album dropped on social media today, by none other than the Foo Fighters themselves. Before you get too excited, though, keep in mind that it’s only eight seconds long, but they’re some of the most rocking 8 seconds you’ll hear …

Last night, as you might know, Paul McCartney played the biggest concert in Montana’s history. I wasn’t there. And, that’s OK. Part of me this morning felt bummed that I missed it. That I couldn’t afford to go, that I didn’t plan better to make sure I was in Washington-Grizzly …