Drew McDowell & The Scurry with The Fog

21+
Doors: 7pm, Show :8pm
Cover: $10 in advance, $15 at the door

The Scurry make their Filler debut Friday, May 17th playing original pop rock tunes! The Fog joins them on stage, playing a mix 60’s and 70’s covers and original jams. It’s a great night of music at the Filler!

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.

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.

Rock for Respect – SASA Fundraiser ft. STiLGONE and Icarus

21+
Doors: 7:30pm, Show : 8pm
Cover : $15 in advance, $20 at the door

Join STiLGONE and Icarus at the Filling station for a night of funk, soul, and rock n’ roll, raising funds for SASA on Thursday, May 9th! SASA, which stands for Students Against Sexual Assault, is a Montana State University club that has the goal of promoting healthy relationships in both the MSU campus and the Bozeman community.

WHAT IS SASA?

SASA, which stands for Students Against Sexual Assault, is a Montana State University club that has the goal of promoting healthy relationships in both the MSU campus and the Bozeman community. SASA members come from a diverse range of backgrounds — we all stand together to speak out against all forms of violence and policies created to inhibit the free will and safety of sexual assault survivors. SASA has a strong belief that education is a crucial part of prevention and we actively work to increase awareness around topics such as stalking, relationship violence, sexual assault, and much more. 

 

SASA members use their voices to foster a healthy dialogue about sex, sexuality, gender, discrimination, human rights, and much more. We stand firm in the face of diversity and choose to make the world a better place. 


STiLGONE- a Bozeman based band that plays a unique fusion of genres, spanning funk, soul, hip hop, reggae, psychedelic rock and more. While covering so many styles, they manage to create a cohesive sound that is uniquely their own. Their live shows are an immersive trip through detailed soundscapes, danceable grooves, and the lyrics of songwriter and guitarist Symon Palmer, who founded the band originally in 2016.

icarus- Humanity’s greatest myths and heroic legends exist as profound elements of storytelling, as do the musicians and artists of the world, all with the hope capturing the spirit and mythologies or their generation. Son of master craftsmen and inventor Daedelus, an immensely ambitious and daring individual, Icarus represents the creative minds of these individuals; the metamorphosis of enduring passion and creativity, which will outlast the scorches of time and leave a trail of flames behind.

Bozambique with Trygh

21+
Doors : 7pm, Show : 8pm
Cover: $10 in advance, $15 at the door

Blaise Arsenault, Ben Klein, Doug Wales and Loren Block bring Afro-pop, Cuban and Latin tunes to life at the Filling Station May 2nd with Loren Block and Jelani Mahiri’s duo, Trygh, getting the show started!

About Bozambique:

Inspired by AfroPop songs (60’s-80’s) from Ghana and Nigeria,
and Desert Blues from the Sahara region of Africa,
our Bozeman, Montana band offers an energetic infusion of
American Rhythm & Blues, Jazz and Rock
for a very unique sound we call,
​BoZambique.

About Trygh:

What do you get when you mix Nordic folk tunes with Brazilian drums? What happens when you blend Chinese melodic scales with Peruvian percussion?

The band Trygh (“trai-ig”) navigates this ocean of sounds to create a sonic palette of worldly influences shaped by local life under the Big Sky.

Playing mostly original tunes that build on the freshness derived from cross-pollination, Trygh also plays unique instrumental takes by artists ranging from  the Beatles to Billie Eilish to Bad Bunny.

Based in Bozeman, Montana, Trygh consists of Loren Block on electric bass and Jelani Mahiri on Afro-Latin and African hand percussion.

Paige and the People’s Band: Spring Fever!

21+
Doors: 8pm, Show : 9pm
Cover : $20 in advance, $25 at the door

Join Paige and the People’s Band at the Filler for an evening of great music!

Paige And The Peoples Band have made a name for themselves as being one of Montana’s Premiere Musical acts. The Band was formed in 2016, however members of the PPB have been charming, captivating and blowing the collective minds of audiences throughout the United States and Europe for many years. Sharing the stage with such musical legends as The Doobie Brothers, Lyle Lovett, Brandie Carlile and Mike McCready, Paige & The Peoples Band are no strangers to the big show. A mix of Rock, Soul, Funk and Fusion they keep the crowd bumping and the energy climbing. This horn powered, fully charged Band was voted Bozeman’s Choice for three years in a row and premiered season Thirteen of 11th and Grant With Eric Funk on PBS. The Episode later went on to win an Emmy Award for best Audio. Paige & The Peoples Band deliver a performance to remember and definitely not to miss!

Liquid Gnar with False Fiction

21+
Doors : 8pm, Show : 9pm
Cover : $10 in advance, $15 at the door

Winner of 2024 Bozeman’s Choice best local Metal/Hard Rock band ‘Liquid Gnar’ returns to the Filler with support from False Fiction.

ORNJ with Rocky Mountain Sonic and Buffalo Traffic Jam

21+
Doors : 8pm, Show : 9pm
Cover : $10 in advance, $15 at the door

ORNJ brings the jams and the marmalades to the Filling Station, rocking the joint with psychedelic blues band, Rocky Mountain Sonic and rockgrass band Buffalo Traffic Jam!

ORNJ :
Jams and Marmalades
Handcrafted in Bozeman, MT

Rocky Mountain Sonic :
Phychedelic Sonic Blues from BZN

Buffalo Traffic Jam:
Rock grass from Bozeman, MT

4/20 Party : Icarus with Brother Venus and Jazz Cabbage

21+
Doors: 7:30pm, Show : 8:30pm
Cover : $15 in advance, $20 at the door

Celebrate 4/20 at the Filler with Icarus, Brother Venus and Jazz Cabbage, featuring a mix of the valley’s best grunge and funk music!

Icarus is an Art Rock band based in Bozeman, MT. This cast of musicians have a deep passion for jamming and creating unique art. Their influences include Alternative bands like Primus and My Bloody Valentine, as well as more diverse soundscapes coming from artists like John Coltrane and Kyuss. Icarus has a range of styles, described by some as a thrashy Black Sabbath.

Brother Venus:
Brother Venus is an Alternative Hard Rock band based out of Belgrade, MT

Jazz Cabbage:
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.

Squirrel Gravy with Daddy’s Home

21+
Doors : 8pm, Show : 9pm
Cover : $10 in advance, $15 at the door

You can’t say you partied all weekend if you don’t start on Friday and who better to party with

Squirrel Gravy started out as a country and bluegrass band featuring acoustic guitar, fiddle, and high harmonies.  Over time, the band evolved into something more electrified and funky, with each member bringing their own unique influences.  Mixing an ever expanding list of originals and an eclectic list of covers by bands like Phish, Ween, The Jayhawks, The Grateful Dead, The Beatles, Tom Petty, The Allman Brothers and other such stuff, Squirrel Gravy is always trying to add new material to keep things interesting. Come get squirrelly with us!

Established in 2024, Daddy’s Home is comprised entirely of the five lesser known cousins of Chad Kroeger dedicated to playing strictly iPod music made between 2000-2010. We pray daily to our patron saints Scott Stapp and Rob Thomas, hoping for a glimpse of goatee-inspired brilliance. If you heard it on repeat on the middle-school bus circa 2004, there’s a good chance we play it. Viva la Rascal Flats and link it up to some Linkin Park, cause we gonna be playing all of your girlfriend’s favorite rock songs.

Bozambique with Accidental Astronauts

21+
Doors : 7pm, Show : 8pm
Cover : $10 in advance, $15 at the door

Blaise Arsenault, Ben Klein, Doug Wales and Loren Block bring Afro-pop, Cuban and Latin tunes to life at the Filling Station with Accidental Astronauts!

Blues Line with Daniel Kosel and Hell’s Half Acre

21+
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.