Bozeman’s North Fork Crossing Releases Self-titled Debut Album

North Fork Crossing, the Gallatin Valley-based bluegrass quintet, officially released their self-titled debut album on April 5th, marking a significant milestone in the band’s young musical journey. Mark your calendars for this Friday, April 12th, as North Fork Crossing gear up to celebrate the release of their debut album in style at the Rialto with a free show!

Recorded by Josh Kaltenbach at the cozy confines of their friend Shawna Lockhart’s house in Bozeman, this album encapsulates the essence of North Fork Crossing’s unique sound. Comprising a collection of original compositions, each track on the album resonates with the band’s distinct blend of traditional bluegrass, psychedelic rock, and folk. Amidst their original songs, the album includes “Ear to the Ground,” a track penned by their friend Ryan Acker, a fellow Bozeman-based musician who plays in The Last Revel. 

North Fork Crossing is now available for streaming on all major platforms, but if you’re looking for a tangible memento of the band’s debut, physical CDs of the album will be offered at the merch table during the Album Release Party at the Rialto.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to experience the new tunes performed live in Bozeman! Join us in commemorating the exciting release of their debut album and get ready for an unforgettable night of original Montana made music on April 12th!

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