Doors : 8pm, Show : 9pm
Cover : $10 in advance, $15 at the door
Cactus Cuts is a captivating five-piece Americana folk band. Drawing inspiration from the harmonious melodies of the Milk Carton Kids and the virtuosic guitar stylings of Doc Watson, Cactus Cuts is quickly making waves with their fresh and invigorating sound. Formed in 2022 in the picturesque landscapes of Bozeman, MT, Cactus Cuts weaves together intricate acoustic arrangements, compelling storytelling, and lush vocal harmonies that are the perfect musical combination of modern bluegrass and old-time Americana.
At the forefront of Cactus Cuts’ sound are the dynamic duo of Benn and Abel. Their musical chemistry, creates a mesmerizing tapestry of sound that lingers long after the last note fades. With their heartfelt delivery, the band invites listeners on a sonic journey, with beautiful ballads, foot-stomping hoedowns, and everything in between. Whether performing in intimate venues or commanding larger stages, their passion for the music and genuine camaraderie shine through, creating an unforgettable experience for their audience.
As they carve their path in the Bozeman music scene, Cactus Cuts is quickly gaining recognition for their unique and compelling sound. Their ability to infuse the traditional roots of Americana folk with a modern sensibility has garnered them a dedicated and ever-growing fanbase. With their debut EP Lies Are Sweet out this fall, the band is poised to make a lasting impression, not only in Montana but across the vast American music landscape.
Kyle Hunter, is an Americana/ Alt Country singer/songwriter based out of Missoula, Montana. Alongside his 6 piece band, The Mountain Standard, he has been tearing up stages in the northwest producing sounds similar to Sturgill Simpson, Tyler Childers, and even some Allman Brothers. Seamlessly marrying sublime guitar tones reminiscent of the Dead all the while paying homage to country, western & folk roots. With snappy and undulating jazz and funk rhythms, the sound is punctuated by a sonic array piping out of the multi-faceted players on fiddle and keys. KHTMS inspires goosebumps with their one of a kind electric, roundhousing entertainment experience.
For the New Jersey-born and Wyoming-braised singer-songwriter, what started as a self-exploration into the Mountain West has now become the early stages of a promising career as folk artist. Carly King just wants to “go to the mountains alone, buy a plane ticket home and throw out her phone…”