Grammy-nominated guitarist, Cory Wong, will bring the Power Station Tour to The ELM in Bozeman on November 7, 2022 with support from Sierra Hull & Robbie Wulfsohn (of Ripe).
Minneapolis-based Cory Wong is an acclaimed guitarist, bassist, songwriter, podcast host, and producer. He’s released 11 solo albums over the past 10 years with his most recent, Power Station, dropping earlier this year. It included features from high-profile guests Billy Strings, Chromeo, Big Wild, Béla Fleck, and Victor Wooten.
In addition to his success as a solo artist, Wong has worked with Vulfpeck, The Fearless Flyers, Dr. Mambo’s Combo, Chris Thile and Dirty Loops, among others. In 2020, Wong released Meditations with Jon Batiste and the album was Grammy-nominated for Best New Age Album.
Sierra Hull is an award-winning bluegrass singer-songwriter, mandolinist, and guitarist. Her 2016 release Weighted Mind earned a Grammy nomination for Best Folk Album. Sierra has won several International Bluegrass Music Awards including Mandolin Player of the Year and Recorded Event of the Year.
PRESALE: Limited Groove presale tickets will be available online only (while supplies last) from 10am to 10pm, Thursday, August 4th. A password will be provided via email after completing the Groove 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 go on sale Friday, August 5th at 11am, online or by phone at 1 (800) 514-3849. General Admission Floor (Standing Room Only) tickets and Reserved Premium Loge tickets are available for this performance.
All ages are welcome.
About Cory Wong
Music motivates at the most primal level.
You instinctually hum a tune in order to get pumped up in the morning, for fuel on the treadmill, to soundtrack your commute, or as the pre-game to a big night out. As much as he treasures his roles as a guitarist, composer, and producer, Cory Wong fashions himself “a hype man,” first and foremost. Living up to this classification, he slings a Stratocaster and hurls “dad jokes” from the stage with the same panache, poise, and power.
“For me, it’s all about the listener’s experience,” he explains. “I want them to have a visceral response like: ‘I feel better,’ ‘That was really fun,’ or ‘I got to escape for an hour.’ You’ll hear my voice through the guitar, but I’m just a hype man. To uplift audiences with instrumental music that has no singing or lyrics is a fun challenge. I’m trying to solve the riddle. If I can get one person to feel good this way, it’s a success. Continue reading…