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Past music includes :

Little Feat
Jason Aldean
Brandi Carlile
Pocheen
Chuck Prophet
Young Dubliners
Brian Jordan Band
Teka Brock Band
Willie Waldman w/DJ Logic
Miller Sisters
Chanman
Kinetix
Emmitt-Nershi
Big Head Todd
Sam Bush
Julian Marley
Reverend Horton Heat
The Motet
Preservation Hall Jazz Band
Culture
Victor Wooten
Sister Carol
Breakestra
Vinyl
One Ton Pig
Galactic
Yellowman
Blues Traveler
Jerry Joseph
Dirty Dozen Brass Band
Burning Spear
Ben Harper
Taj Mahal



Live Music

Winter 2014 – 2015 

FREE APRES MUSIC ON STAGE FROM 4PM

WYKNOTS Mondays  CHANMAN3 Tuesdays  SHARK WEEK Wednesdays  STACKHOUSE Thursdays  MAJOR ZEPHYR Sundays  

 

 

John Wayne's World
Saturday, February 7th, 2015
John Wayne's World is Jackson's only instrumental jazz-funk ensemble featuring five of the busiest and most talented musicians in the region. The band's focus is on heavy groove accompanied by tasteful improvisation. The band has become a platform for each talented player to display their musical chops while still providing an unavoidable dance party at the Mangy Moose Saloon..

Sweethogs and Swinehearts Ball with the Infamous Stringdusters
Wednesday, February 11th, 2015
Don't miss the 31st annual Sweethogs and Swinehearts Ball, benefiting the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Ski Patrol. Featuring Mandatory Air and the Miller Sisters!  Stop a patroller or come by the Mangy Moose Market for a ticket.  Doors 7pm
$20

Cure for the Common
Friday, February 13th, 2015
Live on the Mangy Moose stage - Here's what the Bozeman  Daily Chronical had to say about this band:  “Cure for the Common lives up to its name. Armed with an arsenal of original funk rock tunes, the band is known for packing houses full of eager dancers ready to follow them into the morning. For those that have caught a show (or a dozen) in the past year, there is no question as to why the band has quickly become one of the most sought-after groups in Bozeman. The tunes are fun, the vibe is fresh and the band is overflowing with talented musicians.” “What more could you ask for?” Arts Editor, Rachel Hergett.
FREE

CURE FOR THE COMMON
Saturday, February 14th, 2015
Live on the Mangy Moose stage - Here's what the Bozeman  Daily Chronical had to say about this band:  “Cure for the Common lives up to its name. Armed with an arsenal of original funk rock tunes, the band is known for packing houses full of eager dancers ready to follow them into the morning. For those that have caught a show (or a dozen) in the past year, there is no question as to why the band has quickly become one of the most sought-after groups in Bozeman. The tunes are fun, the vibe is fresh and the band is overflowing with talented musicians.” “What more could you ask for?” Arts Editor, Rachel Hergett.
FREE

CROOKS
Friday, February 20th, 2015
There’s no shortage of country music in Crooks’ hometown of Austin, TX. But ask anyone who has crammed into a packed honky-tonk to catch one of their infamously rowdy late-night shows and they’ll tell you there’s something that sets them apart from the rest.  Crooks are breathing new life into decades-old musical traditions, stripping away the polish and shine of modern radio country and replacing it with earnest songs about life, work and pain. Sometimes it’s weary and lonesome, sometimes it’s downright bleak, and oftentimes it’s just reckless fun. Suddenly, country music is dangerous again.  This will be their first time on the Mangy Moose stage.  Should be a great show!

HELL'S BELLES
Saturday, March 7th, 2015
Always a Mangy Moose Saloon SELL-OUT!  Hell’s Belles’s are first and foremost dedicated AC/DC fanatics. This is what we all have in common, we’re all part of a huge community of devotees to one of the greatest Rock&Roll bands in the world.
$12