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Hi everyone.  We're as bored as you are but better days are on the horizon. 

We'll be warming back up at the farmer's market at Lindley Park in Bozeman, July 14.   Come on out  and hang on the  lawn.

We'll also be playing  the Laughing Horse Lodge in Swan Lake both July 26 and August 2.  Dinner reservations are probably required;  last year they'd sold out weeks before the gig. 

And the Labor Day Festival in Dillon???  With luck that is still on  but it's a pretty big crowd so we'll see.

The booking agency will get up and running again this week., so hopefully we can put a few more on the calendar.  

Remember that brewing beer is an essential service, so while you're slouching around the house, pick up a growler or two from the breweries that give us a place to hang out and listen to live music.  

You can also stream our new album now.  Suspicious Lesions  is available  on Spotify, iTunes, and Amazon Music.   Like rap before it, this collection of songs contains explicit lyrics, inaccurate medical references, singalongs about  poor decisions, and embellishments of  local historical events.  Suspicious Lesions includes backup singers, a fiddle, harmonica, and the snapping fingers of a blueberry farmer from Michigan. 

Check out our new audio streaming on the  Songs page, and our videos on the  Live Video page. 

We'll see you on the road.  

 

 

 

The Road Agents' brief return to Bannack.   Apparently Henry Plumber was strung up in the cold.  Dillon folk Jeremy Crawford (photographer), Stan Smith (historical reenactor), and Cory Birkenbuel (future governor of Montana) happened to be around.

The Road Agents' brief return to Bannack. Apparently Henry Plumber was strung up in the cold. Dillon folk Jeremy Crawford (photographer), Stan Smith (historical reenactor), and Cory Birkenbuel (future governor of Montana) happened to be around.

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