Music & Dancing starts at 9pm, directly following the Marias River Stampede Rodeo on Thursday and the Demo Derby on Saturday
Immediately following the Rodeo on Thursday evening and the Demo Derby on Saturday evening, the Boone Country Band featuring local talent Dan Gliko, Jr. of Sunburst is going to kick off another party in the dirt. (Well, maybe not the dirt. How about the Grandstand area instead?) It would probably be a good idea to wear your dancing boots. You're gonna need em.
The Boone Country Band has been playing together for over ten years. Well, much longer than that actually - this is a family band. Dan, along with his Dad, uncle, aunt and cousins from Belt MT are quite the musical bunch and know how to play the right kind of tunes everyone can dance to. There's a good lineup of classic & modern country, with some good ol' rock-n-roll mixed in.
Boone Country Band is Dan Gliko, Jr. on drums and vocals, Dan Gliko on lead guitar and vocals, Jerry Marn on bass and vocals, Matt Urick on rhythm guitar and vocals, Tom Gliko on steel guitar and vocals, and Mary Lu Loney on keyboards and vocals. That's the band!
Music & Dancing starts at 9pm, directly following the Marias River Stampede Rodeo
The Plowed Under Band is a high energy, black dirt country band from Havre Montana that mixes traditional and new country with blues, rock and original songs to bring you a sound as big as the big sky they live under.
Formed in 2009 Plowed Under is a mixture of musicians from diverse backgrounds in country, rock, and jazz. They draw the inspiration for the songs they write from these styles and the black dirt of northcentral Montana where they were raised. They spend their year playing fairs, street dances, weddings and events across the Western US. They have opened for Justin Moore, Chuck Wicks, Jason Michael Carroll and John King and have shared the stage with some of country music's best at the Headwaters County Jam. Plowed Under is Justin Kallenberger on guitar and vocals, TJ Overcast on guitar and vocals, Dave Carlson on bass and vocals and Rob Everingham on drums and vocals.
“Who knew that rural Northern Montana had a band that could compete with Las Vegas bands for sound and quality.” -Nicole Bolton, White Pine County Fair Entertainment Chair.
We hope you'll come join us for an evening of black dirt country and come get Plowed Under.