Thursday - June 6, 2024
Open Mic

Open night at the Remington Bar bar is a raucous affair where locals and visitors alike come together for drinks, live music, and an unforgettable, unpretentious atmosphere that captures the essence of true Montana local bar culture. It’s a place where you can let loose, make new friends, and enjoy a night of no-frills entertainment.

Doors at 9:00pm, Show at 10:00pm
Friday - June 7, 2024
Schticky / Odyssey / SurfBat

Come see Schticky / Odyssey / SurfBat at the Remington on June 7, 2024!

Doors at 9:00pm, Show at 10:00pm
Thursday - June 13, 2024
Smoker Dad

Fry up some Punk and Southern Rock’n’Roll, smother it in a healthy ladel of Stoner Rock, and pepper in the wry Country sarcasm that can only be found in the dimmest, smokiest highway honky tonks, and the resulting truckstop delicacy might look and taste just like Smoker Dad. Simultaneously as warm and familiar as your favorite six-pack of cheap beer and as edgy and powerful as a 70s Trans Am with all the bells and whistles, Seattle’s Smoker Dad harkens to simpler days, while flooring it into the heart of the 21st Century. You gotta see ’em to believe ’em, and even then you might not buy a word they say… but you’re gonna love ’em anyway!

Doors at 9:00pm, Show at 10:00pm
Friday - June 14, 2024
Tylor & the Train Robbers

Tylor & The Train Robbers debut album “Gravel” is a perfect blend of gritty americana and outlaw honky tonk. This album has been described as honest, inviting and quintessentially western (Micheal Deeds – Idaho Statesman). Released in May of 2017, “Gravel” is a compilation of 10 original songs written by lead singer Tylor Ketchum. Tylor describes this album as a snapshot of the band just as you’d hear them at a live show.

Currently, the Train Robbers are on the road touring throughout the US and are working on recording their second studio album, due out in the summer of 2018.

Ian Thomas performing with his Band Of Drifters; draws on a variety of American roots influences, delivering a captivating raw live performance and distinctive sound from his original compositions on guitar, harmonica and kazoo.

Doors at 9:00pm, Show at 10:00pm
Saturday - June 15, 2024
Tylor & the Train Robbers

Tylor & The Train Robbers debut album “Gravel” is a perfect blend of gritty americana and outlaw honky tonk. This album has been described as honest, inviting and quintessentially western (Micheal Deeds – Idaho Statesman). Released in May of 2017, “Gravel” is a compilation of 10 original songs written by lead singer Tylor Ketchum. Tylor describes this album as a snapshot of the band just as you’d hear them at a live show.

Currently, the Train Robbers are on the road touring throughout the US and are working on recording their second studio album, due out in the summer of 2018.

Ian Thomas performing with his Band Of Drifters; draws on a variety of American roots influences, delivering a captivating raw live performance and distinctive sound from his original compositions on guitar, harmonica and kazoo.

Doors at 9:00pm, Show at 10:00pm
Friday - June 21, 2024
Nicole Croteau

After 10 years of writing for other artists in Nashville such as Willie Jones, Taylor Austin Dye, Charly Reynolds, Emily Ann Roberts, Roman Alexander and more, Nicole Croteau is finally dropping her first single as an artist called Something I Would Do. Produced by Chris Utley, and driving with confidence, Croteau delivers every cowgirls anthem expressing the perfect pregame song for a night out on the town. Embracing her own individualism and spontaneous mentality she offers the power to get you up on your feet. Nicole has found her sound, and has given herself a seat at the table in country music with this one.

Doors at 9:00pm, Show at 10:00pm
Saturday - June 22, 2024
The White Buffalo
Tim Helnore

“Everyone knows that you can sing…”

 For The White Buffalo – aka singer / songwriter / guitarist Jake Smith, Oregon-born, Southern California-raised – it was time to take the less travelled path; to assemble notions for studio album Number 8, the follow-up to ‘On The Widow’s Walk’ (Snakefarm, 2020), and embark on a voyage of discovery.

 Out with the old, the organic, the expected, the tried; in with the new – new producer, new studio, new location, no distractions, no looking back…

 Enter ‘Year Of The Dark Horse’…

 You think we’re a country band? A folk band? Americana? Rock? What the fuck are you gonna say now?!” laughs Jake. “With this album, I wanted something outside of what I’ve ever done. I wanted to open up. Do something dangerous. I’m hard to put into a singular genre as it is, but now I really wanted to take away any kind of preconception or pigeon-holing.

 “And don’t ask me, cos I don’t know what it is! It’s a genre-bending thing – there’s elements and influences from ELO, Daniel Lanois, Tom Waits, The Boss, circus, pirate music, yacht rock, and I’m driving and pushing some of these numbers in a way I’ve never done before.

 “At the top of the pandemic, I put the acoustic guitar on its stand, got a synthesizer and began writing on it, not really knowing how to play keys, just exploring the different sounds and landscapes. In the not knowing, it allowed me to expand my vocal melodies and compositions in ways the guitar had possibly limited.” 

Doors at 9:00pm, Show at 10:00pm
Friday - June 28, 2024
Wizzerd
Gray Goo

Come watch Wizzerd (record release) and Gray Goo at the Remington!

Doors at 9:00pm, Show at 10:00pm
Saturday - June 29, 2024
Radio Ranch

Winners of the 2024 Flatheads Got Talent!

Rhett and Camille have long been in love with the freedom of wide-open country and the people within it. Writing from the point of view of the traveller, Radio Ranch brings a new perspective to the traditions and landscape of Americana and Cosmic Country.

Doors at 9:00pm, Show at 10:00pm
Wednesday - July 3, 2024
Igor & Red Elvises

Igor started Red Elvises in 1995, following a dream he had that Elvis Presley came to him and told him to start playing rock’n’roll. Not one to say no to the King, Igor and his Russian friends started playing on Santa Monica’s 3rd Street Promenade. Their street musician days did not last long, however, as they drew such huge crowds that the City of Santa Monica brought them to court and ordered them off the streets. Since then Red Elvises have been constantly touring, with occasional breaks from the road to record an album or take part in film and television projects. This constant work for the last 15 years has led to them gaining a world-wide following, with successful tours all over North America, Europe and Russia (Red Elvises bootlegs have been found in Siberia).

Doors at 9:00pm, Show at 10:00pm
Friday - July 5, 2024
The Droptines

The Droptines are an alternative country band born in Concan, Texas. Established in 2019 by frontman/songwriter/musician, Conner Arthur, also known as “The King of Concan”. This band puts in the work taking none of the traditional or convenient routes when crafting songs.

Blending a multitude of genres, while tethering each song together with a specific vernacular native to the Texas Hill Country, results in a broad range of authentic, versatile melodies.
Add Conner’s rich voice and layered lyrics, and you have storytelling at its finest. From biblical themes, raunchy truths, and primitive questions to one’s existence, it is clear, Shakespeare has made his way to the trailer park.

From the hard-hitting anthem “New Girl” to the heart wrenching melody “As Your Heart Breaks” to the opulent masterpiece “Raining Where You Are”, combined with an down to earth yet captivating stage presence, this band takes you on quite the ride.

Doors at 9:00pm, Show at 10:00pm
Saturday - July 6, 2024
20 Grand

20 Grand is a 10-piece funk powerhouse with influences ranging from hip hop, jazz, and soul. To list influences would be way too long and would involve another protracted band meeting to decide who to list. We only got time for the funk.

This diverse and socially conscious tribe has dedicated ten years to elevating minds and parties – from weddings to some of the most remote funk parties in the lower 48.

The proud funk unit started as a 5 piece instrumental band by founding members Jamie Simpson on guitar, Vincent Rannazzisi on circular items and Rebecca Nelson on tenor saxophone. But like most bands, 20G has evolved over the years. First adding more horns with Eric Gates on baritone sax/keyboards and Nick Simko on trumpet as well as cowbell master Toby Ferguson on percussion/vox. Soon after, came the addition of local freestyle rapper E-Roc on vocals and percussion and Zac Fawcett trumpet/keyboards/vox.

After going through bass players like drummers in Spinal Tap, the band has had the funky stylings of Matt Seymour in its’ pocket for a few years now. In recent years the band has swelled to ten members, with the powerhouse sibling duo of Sanjaya and Shyamali Malakar on vocals. 

Come down to a show and see for yourself, let the funk fill your soul and move your feet.

Doors at 9:00pm, Show at 10:00pm
Friday - July 19, 2024
Wild Horses

GENRE: Roots Folk-Rock, Western, Americana

Hailing from the deep woods of northern Minnesota, Wild Horses makes a home between the traditions of folk, western, and rock music.

With roots in the Minnesota bluegrass music community, frontman Jed LaPlant draws inspiration from the simple storytelling of traditional music, but offers a more dynamic and driving approach sonically. Wild Horses crafts the ability to draw listeners in with both captivating melodies and a hard-hitting drive in the same live experience. Their debut record, Runaway, was released in the summer of 2022 followed by a Western US tour to bring the songs back to the place from which they were inspired.

Wild Horses’ core consists of Jed LaPlant (vocals, guitar), Ariana LaPlant (vocals, keys, fiddle), McKeon Hugh Roberts (bass), and JJ Snell (drums)

Doors at 9:00pm, Show at 10:00pm
Friday - July 26, 2024
Ronnie and the Redwoods

Ronnie and The Redwoods is a West Texas Americana/Rock band that has brought deep and emotional lyrics together with music rooted in the blues, folk, and country of the high plains. Honest and earthy, with influences from The White Stripes, Tyler Childers, John Prine, and the Red Dirt scene that surrounds them, they’ve formed their own interpretation of what happens when you combine Folk, Country, Rock n Roll and Grunge.

Doors at 9:00pm, Show at 10:00pm
Saturday - July 27, 2024
Emily Nenni

Emily Nenni has a confession: she didn’t always plan on being a performing artist. “I thought I was just going to be a songwriter,” she admits. Clearly, life had something else in store. The singer and guitarist has emerged as one of the freshest and most electrifying voices in Nashville, with a sound rooted in classic honky-tonk and spiked with serious country, soul and rock ‘n’ roll fire, and sweet-and-sassy lyrics that chronicle hard living, hot nights, heartbreak and other universal truths about the human condition. Over the past several years she’s enraptured audiences across Music City with sizzling sets in smoky bars and clubs, honing her command of the stage, perfecting her skills as a band leader and sharpening an already astute world view, all of which are on full display on her newest studio album, Drive & Cry.

The record is a marked departure from her previous full-length, 2022’s celebrated On the Ranch. Whereas that effort saw Nenni uproot herself to lend a hand – and write – while assisting at a ranch in southern Colorado, Drive & Cry drops the listener smack in the middle of her boisterous and bustling Nashville world. The album kicks off with “Get to Know Ya,” a honky-tonk rave-up that celebrates the end of the work day and the beginning of a music-filled, come-what-may night. Nenni busts out her biggest hoops, jumps into the jeans she can “really only stand up in,” and heads to the local bar. “Play ‘til the sun’ll come / when the daylight’s done,” she sings as the instrumental accompaniment races in step behind her.

From there, Nenni leads into “Greatest Hits,” a pedal-steel-inflected Dolly Parton-style number in which she tips her hat to underground honky-tonk venue Santa’s Pub, a dive bar squeezed inside a double-wide trailer that has become her home-away-from-home in Nashville. “When I first came to town, I was 21 and singing at clubs with folks who were twice my age,” Nenni recalls of moving to Music City from her native California. “Then a buddy of mine said, ‘There’s a place where people are making this music that are actually your age, and where you’d really fit in.’ And that was Santa’s Pub. It’s where I learned that music doesn’t have to be perfect – everybody is just having fun and there’s no judgment. You can show up however you’re feeling that night, have a good time and be surrounded by friends.”

Doors at 9:00pm, Show at 10:00pm