Duckworth Presents: Pinky and the Floyd
All Filling Station Events 21+
Doors open at : TBA
Show starts at : TBA
Tickets Available : CLICK HERE
Milton Menasco, a beloved father, husband, brother, son, friend and Bozeman, Montana, community member passed suddenly from a heart attack on March 18, 2022 at just 47-years old. An extraordinarily devoted family man, Milton left behind his wife Amanda and two girls ages 6 and 8. We were lucky enough to meet Milton and his family when he performed just two weeks earlier at our annual Shear ‘N Shred event, lighting up hearts with his beautiful tunes in the iconic White Thunder bar at Maverick Mountain.
Rich with fruits of the spirit, Milton dedicated his life to bringing infectious joy through music with his band, Milton Menasco and The Big Fiasco. During the pandemic, his weekly Good Vibe Friday live-streamed show brought people together and lifted spirits, often raising funds for causes such as suicide prevention or vulnerable youth. The Milton Menasco Foundation is a continuation of that very effort: He spoke often of starting an organization dedicated to supporting those struggling with mental health – particularly during the long, cold, gray winter months found here in Montana – through outdoor recreation. The Foundation is a dream realized, an honoring of yet another selfless pursuit of this selfless man from our community.
Duckworth and The Milton Menasco Foundation are proud to present a benefit concert, featuring Bozeman music-scene juggernaut and Montana favorite Pinky & The Floyd. The show will be hosted at the iconic Filling Station in Bozeman, a small, intimate venue where Milton and members of Pinky and The Floyd (some of which played in early bands with Milton) first got their start in local music.
ALL PROCEEDS will go to The Milton Menasco Foundation, which will then distribute those funds to area non-profits with a focus on either mental health services or access to outdoor recreation opportunities, such as skiing. The ultimate goal of the foundation is to provide awareness, access, and support to resources and programs for those struggling with mental health. We want to encourage individuals to take advantage of these resources and opportunities for outdoor recreation and/or mental health services to improve quality of life within our community.
Can’t make the show? Consider writing a check to the foundation (mailed to: 7320 Fowler Lane, Bozeman, MT 59718), or donating to the GoFundMe founded in the wake of his passing – proceeds from the GoFundMe directly impact the members of his immediate family, Milton’s wife Amanda and their two daughters.