Amanda Shaw made her first appearance on the Roots Stage in 2010 as kid wonder. She had the crowd dancing on their toes with her fiery fiddle playing that was smokin’ hot. Today the 24-year-old is integrating her roots sound into the mainstream that reflects her girl-powered sassiness, sharp witty lyrics, and fashion as a statement of distinction. Shaw make her first national-stage appearance as an elementary school student and has played in front of large crowds since she was 10-years-old. This fiddle player is one of the best in the country and brings with her a group of “Cute Guys” to back her up.
This quintet made their first appearance at Roots Fest in 2013 and was blown away by the hospitality. With foot-stomping original tunes highlighted with five voices of melodies and harmonies, the Dead Winter Carpenters present materials based upon real life experiences. Jenni Charles on fiddle, Dave Lockhart on the upright bass, guitarists Jesse Dunn and Bryan Daines, and drummer Brian Huston crisscross the country, offering Americana roots-rock with a touch of alternative country. They will feel right at home on the Main Stage, performing with three other groups who also took the stage in 2013.
Heading to the big game this weekend? Make sure to stop by the Chamber of Commerce parking lot to register to win this Danby Chill N' Tap Beer Kegerator, courtesy of Fred's Appliance Montana! Our sister station, ESPN Missoula will be broadcasting live for the Pre & Post game, 90 minutes before & after each home game. ... See MoreSee Less
How would you like one of these for your house? Thanks to our friend's over at Fred's Appliance for supplying this Danby Chill N' Tap Beer Kegerator.
Register to win by stopping by the T & T Pre & Post Game, broadcasting live from the Chamber of Commerce parking lot this Saturday!