Original Songs and Sounds from Montana

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New Songs For Butte Mining Camp 

This is an old book from 1917 that inspired a project I worked on recently. You can listen to a recording I recently made at the Clark Chateau's Web site here:


I have a bunch of friends in this project and it's been real fun. Keep checking back because more are recording there and I have some things in the works.

Summer 2018 

Photo by Pastor Tim Christensen

I'm posting a couple images from the Losing So Long album release party in June. It was a great night in Butte. Austin Chronicle music writer Doug Freeman was there with Christy Hays. I greatly appreciate everyone's support. It was excellent to see all that made it. I was on the cusp of a couple opportunities that might have made me take this more serious, but they fell through. I'll soldier on.

This has been a pretty eventful summer. I had gigs with Nathan Kalish of Nashville and Jeff Przech of Connecticut. I got to meet and hang out with Jeff Plankenhorn some at a gig here in town. I met this fantastic Wyoming player named Jalan Crossland earlier this year, as well. Check those people out if you're looking for new music.

I have a few gigs left this season. I'll be at one of my favorite venues, the historic Murray Bar in Livingston, on August 20. I play Norris Hot Springs on Labor Day Weekend, September 1. I will be adding a date in September for the Covellite Film Festival, so keep an eye out for that.

Photo by Ana Nelson Shaw


Album Release Party on June 23 

I'm having an album release party in Butte at the Silver Dollar Saloon. Christy Hays and Helena's Aaron Parrett will also be performing. We had a full band rehearsal last week and it went excellent. I was so excited after that I hardly slept. We're going to have a horn section for this. Everyone involved in the recording of the album will be there.

Here's a link to Christy's video for Ribbon of Highway off her April release, River Swimmer.

Here's a look at Aaron Parrett performing Stumbo Lost Wages at his print shop, Territorial Press.

The Montana Standard published a piece on my album last weekend.

I restocked up on T-shirts and have a bunch of albums to sell at the show. I'll have a one-time T-shirt and album deal that night. I hope to see you there.

New Album Is Available 

The new album is available. Right now, you can find it in Butte at Spadeball Ink and Venus Rising. It's also available in Anaconda at Beyond Necessities and Shift Change Men's Wear.

You can find this album just about everywhere you can imagine online, including web sites in Europe. Some of the places you can find it include iTunes, Spotify, YouTube, Amazon and Rhapsody.

There will be album release parties in Anaconda at the Owl Bar on June 15 (solo) and in Butte at the Silver Dollar Saloon on June 23. I'd recommend buying a hard copy of the album. The art that comes with the album came out amazing. We took a long time to work on it and Copycats Media really came through with a fantastic printing job.

I made some thank yous that I couldn't include with the space we had with the art. I'll just leave it here for you.

Special thanks to Chris, Cheryl, Bobby, Christy, Mandy and Ryan Eamon, Ed Lewalk, Matt and Lucy Frey, Frank Ruffolo, James Murphy, Darren Dorlaque, Chad Okrusch, Heather Lingle, Chad Ball, Michael Masters, Scot Gibson, Ken Rich, Sean Devine, Christy Hays, Dave Hays, Jeryd Richman, Bill O’Connor, T. Scot Wilburn, Bryan McGregor, Paula Canfield, Allen Grantham, John Dendy, Larry Hirshberg, Joey Running Crane, Dark Sevier, Don Andrews, Brian Boyd, Gordon Wanamaker, Jarod Yerkes, George Fiddler, Amanda and Kevin Curtis, Matt Boyle, William Stafford, Andrea Cross Guns, Roxann Journey, Pat Ryan, Bruce Sayler, Bill Foley, Howard Smith and the people that worked directly on this album. I’m forgetting some, but you know who you are. This effort would not have happened without your past encouragement.

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The Owl Bar, 819 East Third Street, Anaconda, MT

This will be a solo show and album release party near the streets where Sean grew up. Years ago the Owl Bar was a popular hangout for smeltermen, like Sean's father and grandfather. Anaconda songwriter and guitarist Jeryd Richman will do a guest set. Show is slated to start at 9 p.m.