$7 Advanced/ $10 Day of show
Tylor and The Train Robbers (9:00-10:30)
When asked why they keep going, especially after a year like 2020, Tylor Ketchum frontman and songwriter for the band Tylor and the Train Robbers replies, “Making music is just what we do. It’s what we love and we’ve committed our lives to it and we’ll keep making records, writing songs and touring for as long as we can.”
That’s exactly what Tylor & the Train Robbers are known for. Since their official formation in 2014 the Train Robbers lyric-driven blend of roots country and modern Americana has landed them as a favorite among audiences across the country. They’ve remained an independent band and have made a habit of spending more time on the road than off, playing 200+ shows per year and venturing further and further from their home base in Boise, Idaho.
Their unrelenting dedication to their craft has earned them the reputation of hardworking professionals whose live shows highlight the connectedness that they’ve acquired not only from years of playing together, but also from the family bond that they all share. That’s right, this band is made up of Tylor Ketchum, his younger brothers Jason and Tommy Bushman and his father-in-law Johnny “Shoes” Pisano.
Jeff Crosby Band (7:00-8:30)
Born and raised in a sleepy mountain town in Northern Idaho, singer-songwriter Jeff Crosby has managed to delineate the sometimes amorphous genre of “Americana”, package it perfectly, and deliver it to his listeners time and again.
His songs present almost as pages ripped out of an intimately personal diary, detailing the rugged beauty of what it means to have loved, lost and kept on the move. There seems to be no shortage of inspiration as Crosby is one of the last few “troubadours” that truly lives the life he sings about.
After dropping out of school at 17 to pursue touring full-time with a band on the west coast, he’s made his living by permanently staying on the road – night after night, show after show, from load-in until the last drink is poured.