Blues Line with Daniel Kosel and Hell’s Half Acre

Doors : 7pm, Show : 8pm
Cover : $15 in advance, $20 at the door

Enjoy a night of rock and blues curated by Daniel Kosel March 29th at the Filling Station! Featuring a lineup of up and coming and veteran artists from across the country, this is the blues show of the year at the Filling Station.

Bluesline is breaking into the Bozeman music scene with a lineup of veteran musicians and talent that will keep the house rockin all night long. They all have one thing in common – a lifelong passion for the blues and soul music, which they bring to life every night on stage.

Daniel Kosel – This Seattle born, Montana raised musician’s original music is built on tight grooves, visceral guitar, sultry vocals, and intelligent lyrics. The artist says, “I’m not Angus Young, Billy Gibbons, or Stevie Ray Vaughan, but I bet they’d like my music. Blues runs in my blood, and I love to bear witness to it with my Gibson Les Paul crying through a Marshall stack. I was born to lift and heal people through music, kinship, and poetry.”

Hells’ Half Acre –  Tyler, Todd, & Tucker are a 3 piece Bozeman band creating heavy scorch-groove songs full of hopefull desperation, cold bitterness, and honest self-reflection within a barrage of pummeling tone.