ChickenJam West presents

A Girl Named Genny

w/ A Girl Named Genny, Wind & The Willows

Friday October 11, 2019 Show Ended 21+
The Filling Station Bozeman, Montana

About the Artist

Official website

Ginstrings are unable to make it through the storm in Minnesota/North Dakota and had to cancel their string of shows. That means that A Girl Named Genny will be headlining, Wind and the Willows in the middle, and we have added Ryan Acker of The Last Revel as first of three. We will be offering refunds if desired, but otherwise we will still be honoring the same tickets as normal. If you would like a refund and you purchased online, please respond to the email ticket confirmation that you received, or if you purchased at Cactus Records & Gifts you can return them in store there. We hope you all can still make it and have a good time with us!!

A Girl Named Genny is based in Rochester, NY. A six piece band playing folk, americana, rock, and just about everything else.

The Wind and the Willows' roots lie in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. Growing up in the town of Evergreen, Colorado, lead singers Ryen Dalvit and Maren Stubenvoll started writing music in high school, and haven't stopped playing since. From writing tunes in caves and on top of mountains to performing in taprooms, hot springs, and small music festivals, these once upon a time classmates became a songwriting duo joined by some of Bozeman’s most unique and talented musicians. Their original and whimsical harmonies are blended with the talents of banjo player Tommy Diestel, African drummer and vocalist Sarah Budeski, trumpet player Nick Popiel, fiddler Silas Rea, and stand up bassist Ryan Totman. Excited to be coming up on their one year anniversary, they're happy to have brought a distinct sound to Montana blending brass, strings, and triple harmonies with original music. The Wind and the Willows bring a fresh taste of folk to their new home in Bozeman and thank you for listening.

About the Venue

The Filling Station

Dating back to 1976, The Filling Station (or Filler) has been known for live music and the home of the VFW.

2005 N Rouse Ave
Bozeman, Montana, 59715