After the recent Billy Strings show on Sep. 19th, we received a TON of positive feedback about the performance. Many folks said it was their favorite show they’ve seen at KettleHouse Amphitheater and we have to say, it certainly was up there!
Full-blown all-out energy, masterful musicianship and the light show to go a long with it — the whole concert was on another level. It’s hard to pick out the highlights, but a few of the notable songs included Billy’s originals “Dust In a Baggie,” “While I’m Waiting Here” and an eerie, spaced out rendition of “Home.” They also played a bunch of covers, a few of which were Widespread Panic’s “All Time Low,” Jeff Austin’s “Run Down,” Greensky Bluegrass’ “A Letter to Seymour” and a widely covered traditional tune “Peggy-O.”
Billy also made his appreciation for Montana and KettleHouse Amphitheater well known throughout the night, alluding to his first time skiing in Big Sky and saying the Amp “was about one the prettiest places we’ve ever played.”
Luckily though, you don’t have to keep reading about the show because one of our faithful patrons and longtime jam enthusiast Mark Smith was there to tape the show. So here it is, raw and uncut, Billy Strings – Live at KettleHouse Amphitheater on Sep. 19, 2021. Oh, and if you want something to remember the show by, check out these limited edition season screenprints!