We have capacity for roughly 60 people to watch the stage while seated but this show will also be online. Music will be streamed live from our Facebook and our YouTube/Twitch channels listed below.
Ryan Rebo was born in Seattle, raised in Montana where he first discovered his passion for music by learning a wide selection of instruments in his young, teenage years. This led him to playing in numerous bands as a drummer, guitarist and bassist.
A seasoned traveler and prolific writer, Rebo created and self-released a number of EP’s and LP’s, recorded throughout the country, including Dizzy American, Lonely Scientist, Western Dreams of Things Unseen under his own name, also Numero Uno and I’m a Rainbow, Promise of God’s Care under the moniker Man at War.
His latest work is 7 Songs in the Key of Z, released in 2019 under his own name.
For Helena, Montana-based Regan Clancy, (R.) Clancy, songs come first. Growing up in a house filled with the sounds of the Beatles and Van Morrison, his love for aching lyrics set to well-crafted melodies was cemented at a young age. From the moment he picked up a guitar at age sixteen, Clancy’s intent was to create his own musical compositions, and he has followed that desire ever since. Having honed his writing skills over fifteen years as frontman for numerous bands and as a solo artist, Clancy draws from a deep well of influences to compose songs that are honest and inviting in a style that is wholly his own.
“Give Up Your Salt,” R. Clancy’s first release under his own name, finds Clancy indulging in his love for energetic electric guitar-driven indie rock in the vein of such experimental bands as Broken Social Scene, Wilco, and Nada Surf. At the core of these ambitiously dense compositions is Clancy’s poetic observation of the human experience, revealed in nuanced lyrics that catalog a wide range of relatable emotions. The eclectic collection of songs invites a second and third listen, best served loudly.
He is currently working on a full-length record and is playing concerts around Montana as a solo performer and as singer/bassist with Hard Hugs, a synth-punk-disco group from Helena.
Please ask a server if it’s unclear when you arrive but a few important rules include: Table service ONLY do not come up to the bar to order for onsite consumption, groups need to be 6 people or less, and do not move chairs or tables because we have everything separated properly. The staff will be wearing masks so feel free to have one on yourself.