Austin Martin and the Herd : Feeding the Herd Tour with Dusty Dilsnick

Doors : 7pm, Show : 8pm
Cover : $10 in advance, $15 at the door

Austin Martin and the Herd make their Filler debut with the “Feeding the Herd Tour”! Partnering with food banks that are Feeding America affiliates, they’re touring 50 cities across the US to fight hunger in America!

Austin Martin is a multi-talented American artist renowned for his dynamic blend of country, pop, and hip-hop music. Born and raised on a ranch just outside of Billings, Montana, Martin’s upbringing may seem like an unlikely origin for his eclectic musical style. However, his diverse influences and innate talent have propelled him to the forefront of the music scene.
Martin’s tenor vocals, characterized by their versatility and captivating energy, breathe new life into traditional country melodies. Infused with a touch of hip-hop flair, his performances offer a fresh take on the genre, earning him a distinct and recognizable sound.
Backing Martin’s vocals is the talented ensemble known as The Herd. Lead guitarist Marco Romain, also a Montana native, adds depth and texture to the band’s sound with his skilled playing. Bassist Jack Ryan, hailing from Nashville, brings a rich musical heritage to the group, while drummer Dave Bedell solidifies the rhythm section with his precision and groove.
Together, Austin Martin & The Herd have established themselves as a
powerhouse in the music industry, boasting a track record of seven successful national tours. Their ability to captivate audiences with their electrifying stage presence has earned them the nickname “the Motley Crue of Country.” Whether performing in the heart of Montana or the glitz of Hollywood, the band’s high- energy performances transcend geographical boundaries, captivating audiences from coast to coast.
With their infectious blend of country, pop, and hip-hop influences, Austin Martin & The Herd continue to push the boundaries of contemporary music, captivating listeners and leaving a lasting impression wherever they go.