Bad Decisions and Ornery Jacks Host a Night of Raging Rock & CD Release Party
Brian Ripple | Wednesday May. 1st, 2019
Buckle up for a wild ride as former members of The Tony Montana Project, The BoozeHounds and Oxide unite at the Filling Station for what is sure to be a night to remember.
Fresh out of the studio and celebrating the release of their new album “Glitter on the Pavement’ The Bad Decisions (formerly Tony Montana Project) will start off the night with a full set of punk rock energy. Formed in the 90’s the Tony Montana Project has been a Bozeman based band (off and on) for around twenty years, but they recently had a name change to coincide with their new release.
Glitter on the Pavement consists of ten tracks of original material. It was recorded in Bozeman in January at the bands rehearsal studio, and the vocals were also tracked in the same location a month later. CDs of the work will be available for purchase at the show.
The debut of The Ornery Jacks will close the show with a full set of what the BoozeHounds used to call Old Time Trailer Trash Rock & Roll. But do not expect to see the same old set lists. The OJs are working on all new material to melt your ear holes and faces. Fronted by Robert Lethert, The Ornery Jacks (or ill Tempered Gentlemen) are poised to take off this summer as they start taking on bookings for festivals and wedding season.
If you are looking for a heavy dose of rock & roll all night, get yourself down to the Filling Station (2005 N Rouse Ave. Bozeman) on June 1st for this amazing double headliner debut and CD release party. Tickets will be $10 at the door, which are scheduled to open at 8pm. There will be an amazing light show by WE-5, and beer and wine will be available for purchase. This is a 21+ show. Plan ahead, Don’t drink and drive.