Grammy nominated alt rock band, Highly Suspect, will bring their Devil’s In The Detail Tour to Montana for two shows Fall 2021. First they’ll stop at The ELM on Friday, November 5th then at The Wilma on Saturday, November 6th.
The last time we saw Highly Suspect was in 2017 when they played to a sold out crowd at the Top Hat. Later that year their song “My Name Is Human” was nominated for Best Rock Song at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards. In 2019, Highly Suspect released their third studio album, MCID. Loudwire named it one of the 50 best rock albums of 2019. The tightly knit band is made up of Johnny Stevens, Matt Kofos, and twin brothers Rich and Ryan Meyer.
PRESALE: Limited Logjam presale tickets for both shows will be available online only from 10am, Wednesday, September 15th to 10pm, Thursday, September 16th. A password will be provided via email after completing the Logjam Presale sign up form where it says GET TICKETS below. PLEASE NOTE: Logjam Gift Cards cannot be used for presale purchases. Learn how to purchase tickets with your Logjam gift card here.
PUBLIC ON SALE: Tickets for both shows will go on sale to the general public Fri, Sep. 17th at 10:00am, and will be available at the Top Hat in Missoula, online or by phone at 1 (800) 514-3849. Visit the specific event page below for tickets and more info.
About Highly Suspect
MCID. This is the slogan tattooed on bodies across the world, four letters that hold so much meaning, a mystery to anyone who is not in the know. Highly Suspect members Johnny Stevens and twins Rich and Ryan Meyer had not only been playing music for eight years before topping radio charts, garnering Grammy nominations, and selling out tours-but they also had been gradually accruing a cast of comrades that orbited their star, friends and chosen family that would travel the world with them, move cross country with them, and become pet parents with them. The growing community of companions have a name, and it is MCID.
Originally from Cape Cod, the three band members played covers in dive bars and moved to a studio apartment in Brooklyn together. In 2015, they gained national recognition after the release of their debut album Mister Asylum on 300 Entertainment and their singles “Lydia” and “Bloodfeather” topped the rock radio charts. The next year they performed at the Grammy Ceremony, receiving two nominations for Best Rock Album and Best Rock Song. In 2017 the band traveled to Bogota, Colombia to record their second album, The Boy Who Died Wolf. It was released in November 2016 and the success of hits “Little One” and “My Name Is Human,” earned the band a third Grammy nomination for Best Rock Song. Continue reading…