Blues Traveler have established themselves as one of the most beloved acts in blues rock history for over three and a half decades. They’ve sold over 10 million records, releasing 14 studio albums of which four have gone gold, three platinum, and one six-times platinum. Their top hits include the “Run Around,” “But Anyway,” and “Hook.” Blues Traveler blew fans away at the Amp in 2023 when they shared the stage with Big Head Todd and The Monsters (photos).
Since the late 1990s, JJ Grey & Mofro have carved out their own distinct path in the realm of Southern soul-rock. They’ve garnered a devoted following with their soulful sound, earning acclaim for their authentic approach to music. From the infectious grooves of “Lochloosa” to the soul-stirring balladry of “The Sun is Shining Down,” JJ Grey & Mofro’s music resonates deeply with fans. JJ Grey & Mofro have treated Montanans to many unforgettable performances over the years (photos).
Bringing both these iconic bands together on one stage promises an incredible evening along the banks of the Blackfoot. Get your tickets early and sign up for the Groove presale below!
GROOVE PRESALE: Limited Groove presale tickets will be available online only (while supply lasts) from 10am to 10pm on Thursday, February 15th. 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, February 16th at 10am at Logjam box offices, online, or by phone at 1 (800) 653-8000. General Admission standing pit tickets, reserved stadium seating tickets, and general admission lawn tickets are available. All ages are welcome.
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About Blues Traveler
No matter how much the world around us may change, music persists as the last original magic. It appears seemingly out of nowhere, affecting and altering emotions, feelings, and moods before melting back into the ether.
Blues Traveler always treat this magic with the utmost care. It’s why they continue to resonate as loudly as ever among audiences nearly four decades since their emergence. It’s why their catalog endures, comprising three gold-selling records, one platinum LP, and the 6x-platinum opus Four highlighted by the GRAMMY® Award-winning “Run Around.” It’s why they can still roll through any town on tour and pack a shed or amphitheater. It’s why they even notched their most recent GRAMMY® nod in 2022. It’s also why they tally tens of millions of streams to this day.
Now, the quintet—John Popper [vocals, harmonica], Chan Kinchla [guitar], Tad Kinchla [bass], Ben Wilson [keyboards], and Brendan Hill [drums]—channel the same magic on their fifteenth full-length album, Traveler’s Soul [Round Hill Records/Black Hill Records]. Continue reading…
About JJ Grey & Mofro
According to musician, singer and songwriter JJ Grey, “The best songs I’ve ever written, I never wrote. They wrote themselves. The best show I ever played, played itself and had little to do with me or talent. To me, those things come from the power of an honest moment, and I guess I’m trying to live in that power and not force life to cough up what I want.”
Since his first album, Blackwater, back in 2001, Grey has been releasing deeply moving, masterfully written, funkified rock and front porch Southern soul music. Now, with his new album, Olustee – his tenth and first in nine years, and the first he has self-produced – Grey is back, singing his personal stories with universal themes of redemption, rebirth, hard luck, and inner peace. With his music, Grey also celebrates good times with lifelong friends, oftentimes mixing the carnal with the cerebral in the very same song. Fueled by his vividly detailed, timeless originals spun from his own life and experiences in the Northern Florida swampland, Grey’s gritty baritone drips with honest passion and testifies with a preacher’s foot-pounding fervor. Continue reading…