Music on the Mountain #5

September 3, 2022 @ 2:00 PM 6:00 PM

Music on the Mountain is BACK for the 2022 Summer!

Bands & Times:

Ryan Curtis Band @ 2 pm
Cliff Miller Music @ 3:15 pm
Tylor & the Train Robbers @ 4:30 pm

Ryan Curtis Band: A 5 piece Americana/Blues band located in Boise playing original, rowdy, danceable, retro country and blues. Over the last decade, Ryan Curtis has made a name for himself as a songwriter not easily packaged into any specific genre.  He’s bounced almost seamlessly from folk and bluegrass to rockabilly, blues, and vintage rock n’ roll.  Never to be pinned down, his latest release and solo debut, Rust Belt Broken Heart is steeped in the kind of vintage twang more common in a 1960s honky tonk, than a modern club or venue. Ryan’s songs are usually about life’s harder learned lessons, featuring picaresque heroes whom he gives a very personal feel.

Cliff Miller Music: Heartfelt and Homegrown music from the mountains of Idaho. Idaho native Cliff Miller has quickly become a premiere act in the northwestern music scene having shared the stage with national artists including Lee Brice, Whitey Morgan, Randy Houser, Casey Donahue, and Jerrod Nieman. Cliff’s ensemble includes some well-known musicians with impeccable pedigree. On fiddle and lead guitar, Matt Hartz and Makeala Shippy are a multigenerational championship-winning pair with deep roots and lineage in country music.  On bass and drums respectively, Alfred de Varona and Fred Fischer bring style and showmanship to the bottom end drawing from their combined experience in rock performance and presentation.

Tylor & The Train Robbers: Boise, ID based band Tylor & the Train Robbers, comprised of Tylor Ketchum, his brothers Jason and Tommy Bushman and his father-in-law Johnny “Shoes” Pisano deliver a perfect, lyric-driven blend of Roots Country and modern Americana music. Paired with their unrelenting dedication to the road, they have earned the reputation of hardworking professionals whose live shows highlight the connectedness that they’ve acquired not only from years of playing together, but also from the family bond that they all share.