Don’t miss your chance to have Montana’s own powerhouse duo El Wencho rock your socks off for this limited seating show.
About this Event
Do you miss live music? So do we, that’s why we are partnering with Keeper of the Green to bring you a special socially distanced show with our great friends – El Wencho and Tizer Sun
Limited seating and you must stay with your group at your table.
El Wencho is a powerhouse duo with big sound that relates the Montana lifestyle through immersive lyrics, catchy melodies and driving rhythms. Their authentic music is an eclectic fusion of genres that draws on sonic elements from red dirt rock, blues, country, Americana and polyrhythmic Latin percussion. Purposefully inclusive, their music is a catalyst for storytelling, laughter and fostering connections with fans. Live shows are an experiential combination of their dynamic Montana sound, engaging storytelling and comedic flair. Josh and John are supremely talented musicians and entertainers. Together they form an authentic and charismatic duo that expertly connects with the audience and delivers an engaging and highly addictive musical experience.
“Find the light and chase the sound / Get our feet running by the time they hit the ground,” Tizer Sun proclaims in their catchy debut single, “Ghost on a Saturday Night”. An anthem to wanderlust and the sometimes lonely life of travelers, the song tells a story of arriving in paradise with mixed emotions. Tom Petty-influenced guitars and singalong vocals set the stage for the strong set of emotionally-charged songs to follow on their self-titled debut EP.
Formed in 2019 by vocalist Victoria Hale and multi-instrumentalist Paul Brantley, Tizer Sun is an American pop rock band with strong country and classic rock influences. After spending time in various bands in Helena, Montana, and Portland, Oregon (their respective hometowns), the duo wanted to write an album of their own. The perfect opportunity came as they backpacked through Southeast Asia for several months together.
“Traveling provides the perfect combination of inspiration and lots of downtime – it’s great for songwriting,” shares Paul. “Even though the songs mostly aren’t about travelling itself, we found ourselves creatively energized by the constant movement and changes in our environment. It’s amazing what you can think up when you are staring out a bus window for ten hours in the middle of Myanmar.”
*PLEASE READ OVER OUR GUIDELINES PRIOR TO PURCHASING A TABLE*
We sure wish things were back to normal so we could pack the house and dance the night away to El Wencho’s incredible music. However, as things stand, we have to do things a little differently.
Co-sponsored by our friends and future neighbors Keeper of the Green