Poverty Flats features some of Montana’s best, well-seasoned musicians, who have performed with the area’s finest bands, including Unbridled, Bad Intentions, The Dan Henry Band and Comstock Lode. They are dedicated to continuing the great tradition of bringing great music of all genres, from Hank Williams, to AC/DC to the masses. Longer sets, shorter breaks, and competitive pricing makes Poverty Flats your go-to band for party music for any event. More updates and upcoming gigs coming soon!
Poverty Flats is:
Monte Anderson- Vocals, Bass, Guitars
Monte grew up playing music and played his first, paid Honky Tonk gig at 13. A multi-instrumentalist, with a huge passion for music, Monte has shared the stage with elite artists, including Joe Diffie, The Smokin Armadillos, Molly and the Heymakers, The Pirates of the Mississippi, and the late, great Chris LeDoux. Monte is a Solo Entertainer, has been featured on several albums, also has a background in broadcast radio, and does mobile D.J. Work.
Kyle Masolo- Drums and percussion
Kyle was born with drumsticks in his hands. Kyle provides the backbone for Poverty Flats’ exciting music, with a metronome-like brain and a flashy style, sure to get folks on their feet. Kyle has toured the Pacific Northwest, and is a “first-call” drummer. He is a true entertainer, with over 30 years of experience.
Joe McClain-Steel Guitar and anything with strings
Although Joe is primarily known for his unique brand of rocking steel guitar playing, this ultra-talented musician can play anything with strings, and does so with expert craftsmanship. Joe has performed from coast-to-coast and seamlessly blends traditional and cutting-edge styles on every instrument he plays. He is a highly in-demand musician that will amaze you with his skill, while making it all look easy.
Dan Henry- Guitars, Harmonica, Vocals
Dan is a soulful, energetic, and gifted musician, with a soaring voice and guitar playing to match. Dan can be seen all over the Northwest, wowing crowds with his awe-inspiring vocal runs and searing guitar licks. Dan’s passion for entertaining leaves audience members shaking their heads in disbelief and tapping their feet with delight. Dan also performs solo shows and fronts The Dan Henry Band. Poverty Flats has been lucky to add Dan to the lineup and feeds off of his energy to leave the crowd begging for more.