Legendary Folk Icons The Kingston Trio will return to Montana after a hiatus due to pandemic restrictions.
The Kingston Trio returns to live performances with 4 stops in Montana | Enjoy
The group will perform at Bozeman on October 14 at the Ellen Theater, on October 15 in Great Falls at the Mansfield Theater, Butte on October 16 at the Center for the Performing Arts and at the Alberta Bair Theater in Billings on October 17. .
âI am proud to continue the tradition of the Kingston Trio and to share the music that Nick, Dave, Bob and John have performed and to bring audiences everywhere to sing along with us,â noted Mike Marvin, adding, âIt’s all the more rewarding to interpret this music. for all the fans who have faithfully awaited our return to concert halls, many of whom have been hit hard by the pandemic restrictions. We are delighted to start our national tour again in the great state of Montana. “
The three current members, Mike Marvin, Tim Gorelangton and Don Marovich have intrinsic ties and experience with the original band: Mike is the adopted son of founding member Nick Reynolds, who was also their musical mentor; Tim, a close friend since childhood, is one of the few musicians outside of the Trio to have recorded with Nick Reynolds; and Don Marovich, who has also toured with the Trio. Many of their personal memories bring back the performances and journey of the iconic trio as folk music made its extraordinary rise to the top of popular culture – and to the top of the music charts. They will perform these timeless classics “Where Have All The Flowers Gone?” and “Tom Dooley”. Cited as an influence by recording artists as musically and generationally diverse as Bob Dylan, Crosby, Stills & Nash and The Eagles to comedian and banjo player Steve Martin to contemporary artists such as Mumford & Sons and The Avett Brothers , GrammyÂ® nominated, The Kingston Trio occupies a unique and preeminent position in the history of American music. The Kingston Trio were one of the most prominent groups in the era’s pop-folk boom that began in 1958 with the release of their debut album and their hit recording of “Tom Dooley”, which sold. to over three million copies as a single and was awarded the very first Grammy in the Country & Western Performance category in 1959.