Montana Food Bank Network - The Taste - conversation with Cassidy Green

February 28th, 2019

As of Thursday morning (2/28) there were less than a hundred tickets left for The Taste, the annual fundraiser for the Montana Food Bank Network. The Network's Cassidy Green stopped by The Morning Trail to talk about the March 8th event at Neptune Aviation. Tickets have sold out the last three years running and probably will again this year. Cassidy has all the information.

Share | Download

Rob Quist/Mission Mountain Wood Band 2010

February 28th, 2019

Part of an Acoustic Brunch interview from 2010. Mike Smith chats with Mission Mountain Wood Band's Rob Quist. Rob talks about the Aber Day Kegger, performing for the Hell's Angels, performing with the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders, music from the album in Without Knocking, meeting Steve Riddle, Christian Johnson and Terry Robinson. 

Share | Download

Big Sky Documentary Film Festival: Nic Davis & Tim Williams - Enormous: The Gorge Story

February 22nd, 2019

Filmmakers Nic Davis and Tim Williams join Alanya on Friday afternoon of the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival to discuss the premier of their film Enormous: The Gorge Story. It's the never before told story of one of the world's most beautiful and iconic music venues. A stellar soundtrack compliments this exquisite film, starring Dave Matthews, Pearl Jam, Lake Street Dive & more!

Share | Download

Big Sky Documentary Film Festival: Fire on the Hill: The Cowboys of South Central L.A.

February 22nd, 2019

It was a full house today as the filmmaker + subjects of Fire on the Hill: The Cowboys of South Central L.A. joined Alanya on the Trail Lunchbox. Chris, Calvin, Fat Pack & Ghuan are the urban cowboys of South Central, a concept many are unfamiliar with in the congested area of Southern California. Fire on the Hill shows the life and struggles they must walk between the gang-filled streets of LA and life as a cowboy. Brett Fallentine discusses the western-style documentary and the importance of perception. 

 

Fire on the Hill: The Cowboys of South Central L.A. shows at the Wilma on Saturday, February 23rd at 6pm.

 

You can learn more about their foundation HERE 

Share | Download

Big Sky Documentary Film Festival: Stuart Swezey - Desolation Center

February 22nd, 2019

Filmmaker Stuart Swezey remembers the days when you bought a bus ticket to the middle of nowhere to see live music. This is the untold story of guerrilla music and art performances that paved the way for Burning Man and Coachella. Desolation Center plays at the MCT on Saturday, February 23rd at 10pm. 

Share | Download

Amy Ray (Indigo Girls) Acoustic Brunch Interview

February 22nd, 2019

Mike Smith, host of the Acoustic Brunch, catches up with Amy Ray (of Amy Ray Band and Indigo Girls) to talk about the new album, touring, songwriting, Grammys, Brandi Carlile, and the state of Country and Americana Music. 

Share | Download

Big Sky Documentary Film Festival: Felix Bazalgette, Toby Bull - ‘Welcome to Harmondsworth’ [World Premiere]

February 21st, 2019

A tour group of old age pensioners explore a picturesque English village, unaware that Europe’s largest immigration detention centre sits on its outskirts.

Thursday, Feb 21st @ 5:00 pm –Elks Lodge - Buy Tickets Here! 

Share | Download

The New Show #95 (Wild Belle, Great Good Fine Ok, Sego)

February 21st, 2019

Listen as Tommy goes through new music from Wild Belle, Sego, Nada Adjoa, Grayshot, Field Medic & Hajk. 

Share | Download

Big Sky Documentary Film Festival: Cynthia Matty-Huber - ‘I Am Still Here’ [US Premiere]

February 21st, 2019

For almost 91 years, John Hoiland has lived at ‘The Home Place,’ a modest house situated on over 900 acres of land in Montana. He’s watched the world change as he clung to the only way of life he knows.

Thursday, Feb 21st @ 3:30 pm –Wilma - Buy Tickets Here! 
Sunday, Feb 24th @ 3:30 pm –Wilma - Buy Tickets Here! 

 

 

Share | Download

Big Sky Documentary Film Festival: Shannon Service - ‘Ghost Fleet’

February 21st, 2019

Ghost Fleet follows a small group of activists who risk their lives on remote Indonesian islands to find justice and freedom for the enslaved fishermen who feed the world’s insatiable appetite for seafood. Bangkok-based Patima Tungpuchayakul, a Thai abolitionist, has committed her life to helping these “lost” men return home. Facing illness, death threats, corruption, and complacency, Patima’s fearless determination for justice inspires her nation and the world.

Share | Download

« Newer Posts - Older Posts »