Music from Here Edit

According to census estimates, there are less than 500 professional musicians in Montana. Maybe true, but it seems there must be that many bands in the Gallatin Valley alone. This program features just a few musicians from here in live and recorded performance.

If you have a recording to share, or an event you’d like to record, contact us at info@kgvm.org.

Recent shows
  • Paul Bohak – Vagabond’s Wealth Edit

    I have been a musician since I was 11. At that time I got my first guitar, which was an electric guitar. It was made by a brand called Memphis who made these small, child-sized electric guitars. The thing I wanted to do most, besides play well, was write songs. (more…)

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    May 23, 2017

  • Edis – Fly Me Away Edit

    Edis is a singer/songwriter who strongly believes in the transformative power of music. Music heals. Music creates community. Music is medicine. (more…)

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    May 14, 2017

  • BoZambique Celebrates Cuba Edit

    BoZambique is a 5 piece band from Bozeman that plays percussive centric melodies driven by world-infused rhythm and blues. Their music is inspired by Afro Pop, Highlife, Cuban & Brazilian song and dance, and adapted to the band’s unique feel. This performance supported the visit of Cuban First Secretary Miguel Fraga, whose presentation about Cuba-US relations can be heard on KGVM.

    Members of BoZambique include:

    Loren Block: Uke Bass
    Aaron Banfield: Guitar
    Matt Sloan: Saxophone
    Jelani Mahiri: Percussion
    Doug Wales: Congas

    Recorded at the Cikan House on February 24, 2017. Find BoZambique on Facebook and at bozambique.com.

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    February 24, 2017

  • Megan Makeever – Close Edit

    Megan Makeever is a Global Music Award winning singer/songwriter who strives to make a difference with her songs. Her soulful and emotionally gripping music is set for all kinds of instrumentation. It is an acoustic breath of fresh air in our age of mass produced, electronic music.

    OK, I stole that description from her Facebook page, but it rings true for me. See what you think yourself of the tune selection here.

    Megan plays piano, keys, flute, and sings vocals on her albums. Her albums are available at any digital distribution company. You can find Megan on Facebook.

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    February 16, 2017

  • SLAM Festival 2016 Edit

    What better way to kick off this program than with the variety showcase of local talent at the recent SLAM (Support Local Artists and Musicians) festival, held in Bogert Park in August 2016. Without further ado:

    December 13, 2017