Insufficient Funds / Dancing with the Band Class

May 14, 2022 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

We are excited to announce that we’ve partnered with our next door neighbors over at Cohesion Dance for a special evening of rug cutting. From 5:30pm to 6:30pm the day of the show they’ll be hosting a class on swing and line dances that’ll be geared specifically to the Insufficient Funds set list for the evening. Learn some new moves and test them out on the dance floor right after! Plus, the cost of the class will include a free beer token for the tap room.

Sign up with the link below but don’t wait on it because spots will be going fast! (select the May 14th dancing with the band class)

About Insufficient Funds

Formed in the Winter of 2010, founding members, Matt Winters and Al Forgey set out to play the songs and recreate the sounds that were tied to their childhood memories. The result: Country and Southern Rock standards made famous by artists like Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, ZZ Top, Steve Miller Band, The Kentucky Headhunters, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Brooks and Dunn, Randy Houser, Merle Haggard, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Steve Earle and Blake Shelton, just to name a few. Over the past several years, they have evolved into a group that plays what the crowd wants-without straying from their roots. With the unique Country guitar sounds from lead guitarist Matt Winters, the Classic Rock influenced Bass rhythms of Blake Mendenhall, to the distinctive Country driven vocals of Lead Singer and Drummer Al Forgey, Insufficient Funds Band appeals to many audiences. They have played shows that have taken them all over the Northwestern U.S.. Some of their accolades include opening for Nationally-known acts like the Certified Triple Platinum Country supergroup Lonestar, Smith Music Group Recording Artist Bart Crow Band, Torrez Music Group’s Shotgun Rider, NBC’s The Voice Runner-Up Meghan Lindsey and North Dakota Natives, 32 Below. They have also headlined the Jack Daniels & XL Country 100.7 Country Showdown in Bozeman, Montana. With 80+ dates booked every year, they have become a sought after staple to many Montana Country music audiences including Street Dances, County Fairs and Honky Tonks.