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SmokeStack and the Foothill Fury

SmokeStack and the Foothill Fury

Blues / Juke-Joint / Country Butte, MT  US

Discography

Shows

  • 2015

    Nov 20

    Three Forks, MT, US | 9:30pm

    Come have a good ole time listening to some authentic southern boogie blues and 2-step country at it's original best

  • 2015

    Oct 23

    Philipsburg, MT, US | 5:00pm

    Come on out to the brewery for some Southern Boogie-Country-Blues!

  • 2015

    Sep 29

    Helena, MT, US | 5:00pm

    come dance to some southern boogie blues and 2-step country at it's original best

  • 2015

    Sep 13

    Philipsburg, MT, US | 4:00pm

    Gonna be a good ole Grandparents Day at the brewery. Come on out!

  • 2015

    Sep 12

    Stevensville, MT, US | 6:00pm

    Southern Boogie-Country-Blues from Southwest Montana. Come have a good ole time.

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Photos

  • Montana Folk Festival Butte, MT 2012
  • Evel Knievel Days 2012 playing for the crowds walking by

About

Sounds Like: Hasil Adkins, Doc Watson, Big Bill Broonzy, Willie Nelson, Lightnin' Hopkins

Label: unsigned but not looking, Rusted Can Records

Manager: me, so get back! heh,heh

Bio: SMOKESTACK AND THE FOOTHILL FURY IS FROM THE HILLS OF MONTANA. SMOKEY IS 2 DIFFERENT ACTS. ONE A TRADITIONAL/FOLK/BLUES/ACOUSTIC SONGWRITER. STEEPED DEEPLY IN ALL THE GOOD OLE FASHIONED MUSICS. ALL HIS OWN TUNES. THE OTHER IS AKA: "SMOKESTACK AND THE FOOTHILL FURY". AN AUTHENTIC HILL-COUNTRY BLUE...See Full Bio

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"This storytelling and blues-playing man......has been on the road for about two years now. He’s a pretty handsome and seemingly collected guy when he’s not playing, but once he starts........he talks and looks like a hillbilly — like someone who might pop out from behind a tree and scare you while you’re camping, or like a character in Jim Jarmusch’s Dead Man who cooks beans over a fire and says things like, “Terrible is what it is.” . Smokestack’s stories were about good karma, sleeping in his Chevy Blazer and getting his ace kicked while breaking up domestic disputes. I want to keep tabs on this guy. He’s a real character, and it’s good to know that there are people like him out there on the road in America."

— Courtney Hambright, Moodvane

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