Kitchen Dwellers are thrilled to announce their first headlining performance from The Wilma in Bozeman, Montana streaming live on Saturday, February 27 via Fans.live at 10PM ET.
The show will be filmed and directed by Goedde Light and Sound, promising viewers the ultimate experience.
“The Wilma is one of those amazing venues where awesome things just tend to happen,” says Torrin Daniels (banjo), “Something about the vibe in that room just tends to encourage musicians to throw down in any and all ways possible. It’s a staple venue of Montana, so it’s a place we’ve all been going to and attending shows since our early days as a band in college – a venue we have a history with. We’ve also been working on a lot of new music lately and are eager to start getting things out to people, so we’ve got a couple special things planned for the night. This stream is something we’re all very excited about. “
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Kitchen Dwellers are coming off late-night performances following two of Billy Strings’ recent live-streamed performances from The Capitol Theatre.
Watch Kitchen Dwellers Late-Night Performance here:
About Kitchen Dwellers
“This all started as a series of jam sessions in the kitchen,” says Joe Funk, bassist for the breakout progressive bluegrass band Kitchen Dwellers. “We were getting together to play covers and traditional music and old-time tunes for fun after school, and everything else just evolved from there.” For Kitchen Dwellers, “everything else,” as Funk so modestly puts it, has been nothing short of remarkable. In the near-decade they’ve been together, the Montana-based four-piece has performed for thousands at Red Rocks, shared bills with the likes of Railroad Earth, The Infamous Stringdusters, and Twiddle, graced festival stages from Northwest String Summit to WinterWonderGrass, and transcended traditional genre boundaries, blending virtuosic bluegrass wizardry with ecstatic rock and roll energy and adventurous psychedelia.