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Pat Hill


Pat Hill is a freelance writer in Bozeman. A native Montanan and former advisor to Montana State University’s Exponent newspaper, Pat has been writing about the history and politics of the Treasure State for nearly three decades.

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Review - Micky and the Motorcars

Wed. Apr. 8th, 2015

Mickey and the Motorcars gave the crowd at the Filling Station a great show on April 7, playing old favorites as well and tunes from their recent release, "Hearts From Above."

Red Ants Pants Festival Announcement Party

Wed. Apr. 8th, 2015

Sarah Calhoun's retail space at Red Ants Pants headquarters in White Sulphur Springs was crammed with people the Saturday night before Easter, as she made the much-anticipated announcement of the lineup for this summer's Red Ants Pants Music Festival

Sun. Feb. 1st, 2015

Local Venue: The Murray Bar

Pat Hill

The Murray Bar in Livingston isn’t just a place to wet your whistle; the establishment also offers live music up to four nights a week, and features local musicians as well as national acts touring the area.The Murray Bar has been part…

Wed. Dec. 31st, 2014

Elvin Bishop and Friends Really Brought the Blues to Uptown Butte

Pat Hill

Butte’s Winter Blues Festival was a Blast. Ten days before it was announced that the Paul Butterfield Blues Band would be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Mother Lode Theatre in uptown Butte featured a founding member…

Sat. Nov. 1st, 2014

Corb Lund & The Hurtin Albertans

Pat Hill

Breezing into Bozeman’s Filling Station on Nov. 21 to play one more show before settling in at home for a few months to write some new tunes.

Tue. Sep. 30th, 2014

What is a Wobbly?

Pat Hill

Perhaps not so much is known about this organization and its history in places like Butte, Montana.

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Fri. Aug. 8th, 2014

Festival Fever

Pat Hill

Good weather and great musicians combined for sweet success at two of this region’s favorite music festivals in July.