An Evening with The Fog

Doors: 6:30pm, Show :7pm
Cover: $5 in advance, $10 at the door

The Fog

The Fog is a 5 piece Rock & Roll band from Bozeman, MT. Playing mostly covers from the 60’s & 70’s and a smattering of originals and other great tunes.

An Evening with Dead Sky

Doors at 7pm, Show at 8pm
Cover : $20 in advance, $25 at the door

Bozeman’s premiere Grateful Dead tribute rocks the Filling Station May 5th! Featuring the best of the best musicians in the area, Dead Sky brings the music of the Dead to life – it’s a show you can’t miss!

Cancelled : Whalien with The Scurry and Puddle

This show was double booked and is not actually happening. 



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

Whalien makes the drive over from Seattle to party it up with Drew McDowell & The Scurry  and Puddle! Bring your dancing shoes and get weird!

About Whalien :

Since the dawn of humankind, our species has asked one question; “how does one really, really rock?” This question, pondered by philosophers, scientists, leaders, movers, and shakers for millennia, is finally being answered. Whalien travels the globe, moving with the crash of thunder and the poise of the lotus, showing listeners everywhere how to really, really rock. Their high-energy rock fusion will have you grinning, gasping, and dancing!

Alex + Jimmy + Shane + Zach = Whalien

About Drew McDowell & The Scurry :
The frontman of the Billings-based “Arterial Drive,” Drew McDowell has been writing songs and performing in Montana for over five years. Playing a poppy indie rock sound, McDowell sings a healthy blend of amazing originals and classic covers. Sure to be the perfect vibes for a chilly winter evening, Drew McDowell is ready to put on an amazing show.

About Puddle:

Bozeman’s 3rd most popular frog advocating rock n’ roll modern belly dance fusion group

Pi Day : Jazz Cabbage with One Leaf

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

It’s the funkiest Pi Day Gallatin County has ever seen with Jazz Cabbage and One Leaf hitting the stage at the Filling Station! Get yourself a slice of the grooviest jams this side of the Bridgers.

According to the source of the Oxford English Dictionary, the term “jazz cabbage” is a slang term used for cannabis, a drug that comes from the cannabis plant. The term “jazz” in this context refers to the musical genre of jazz, which was popularized in the United States in the early 20th century.

The use of slang terms to refer to drugs is not a new phenomenon and has been observed in various cultures and languages throughout history. Slang terms for cannabis have evolved over time and have been influenced by cultural and societal factors. The term “jazz cabbage” is just one example of this evolution.

It is important to note that the use of cannabis is still illegal in many parts of the world, and its use can have negative consequences for individuals, including legal and health risks. It is essential to consult with a healthcare professional or legal authority before engaging in any activities related to cannabis.

In conclusion, “jazz cabbage” is a slang term used for cannabis. It is important to understand the risks associated with the use of cannabis and to consult with a healthcare professional or legal authority before engaging in any activities related to cannabis.

Saualito Ferry with Jampoke

Doors : 8pm, Show : 9pm
Cover : $10 in advance, $15 at the door

Sausalito Ferry :
Improvisational blues, rock, funk, and beyond ✨ 6 piece band from Bozeman MT

Jampoke is a folk-rock band with a heavy jam influence that plays a mix of soulful folk tunes, and more instrumental, high energy jam rock. Born out of dorms of MSU, Jampoke’s sound is a unique blend singer-songwriter lyricism with jam-style instrumental soloing.