Pearl Jam fans, you’re gonna dig this! The founder of the Seattle band’s legendary fan club, Ten Club, is one of several prominent guest speakers and panelists who will present at the inaugural Montana Music Summit on the UM campus next month. Granted we were very, very young, but we remember Tim from his days […]
We’re taking the Trail to the Summit!
Music is creative, music is fun; but music is also big business. This year the Trail 103.3 is excited to take part in a gathering that celebrates both aspects of sound. It’s called the Montana Music Summit, and it’s all about bringing artists, entertainment executives, tech professionals and others in the industry together to share […]
‘The New Show’ | Playlist | May 30th, 2017
In case you missed it, here is the complete playlist from the show. I’ll crack the mic again Tuesday, June 6th at 6 o’ clock sharp – stop by if you can. Got something new you want me to hear? I’m all ears! ~~~> firstname.lastname@example.org. -Tommy ~ ~ ~ ‘Human‘ – All We Are ‘The Districts‘ […]
‘The New Show’ | Playlist | April 4th, 2017
In case you missed it, here is the complete playlist from the show. I’ll crack the mic again Tuesday, April 11th at 6 o’ clock sharp – stop by if you can. Got something new you want me to hear? I’m all ears! ~~~> email@example.com. -Tommy ~ ~ ~ ‘Nimble Bastard‘ – Incubus ‘Charm Assult‘ […]
The New Show: Debut Playlist!
Wow, what a blast! I cannot even begin to thank you enough for being a part of the first edition of The New Show! In case you missed it, here is the complete playlist. I’ll crack the mic again Tuesday, April 4th at 6 o’ clock sharp – stop by if you can. Know of […]
New Tracks – 11/29
In case you haven’t noticed, Portland is stirring up quite the musical flurry of late. Richmond Fontaine is currently touring Europe, record labels Fluff and Gravy and Mama Bird each just celebrated their five-year birthdays with a series of performances and releases, and The Decemberists, of course, continue to make their mark on the national scene. […]
New Tracks – 11/15
You’d be hard-pressed to convince us of the rock n’ roll lifestyle of Louis L’Amour. But the western storyteller is exactly the source of inspiration for the latest collection from Jamestown Revival. In fact, the American rock duo’s straight-up titled their new album after L’Amour’s 1990 memoir. It’s called “Education of a Wandering Man,” and […]
Vinally Friday – 7/8
This week on Vinally Friday, Robert and Craig will again reach into the crates and Tommy will again highlight one of the many, many modern bands taking advantage of re-surging interest in releasing new music on LPs. Tune in all day for some deep cuts with that old-fashioned resonance – hisses, pops and needle scrapes included – […]
New Tracks – 6/14
Good music never goes stale. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t important to spice it up every now again with some new stuff. New experiences help us put the past into perspective and broaden our minds for possibilities yet untapped. That’s why our weekly Tuesday feature, New Tracks on the Trail, may be the single […]
Vinally, it’s Friday!
With one exception, we’re sticking to the early 1970s this week for our Vinally Friday showcase. Last week Alanya featured Jerry Garcia’s first solo album; this week Craig will spin Grateful Dead bandmate Bob Weir’s first solo effort, Ace. Released in 1972, Ace is essentially a Dead recording in everything but name, and most of its […]