Events

  • Shred Kelly
    07-28-2016 : 10:30 pm

    Since their inception, the Fernie, BC based “Stoke-Folk” band have been re-defining what “folk music” means in Canada. Through their individual pan-Canadian backgrounds, Tim Newton, Sage McBride, Jordan Vlasschaert, Ian Page-Shiner, and Ty West have amplified the traditional sound of folk music with a more contemporary approach. They have humbly pioneered Canada’s modern folk sound – pushing the boundaries of the genre, and creating “Stoke-Folk” – a genre that truly encapsulates the peaks and valleys that define Canada.

    Shred Kelly has garnered themselves sold-out shows with 200-300 people across Canada. They’ve performed at some of the Nation’s premier festivals, and received a growing list of awards and recognition. Their initial success is largely due to the fun, accessible, and genuine love they have for performing live.

    Shred Kelly has just released their 3rd album – “Sing To The Night” – on January 27th 2015. The new material shows the growth and depth that the band has explored throughout the creative process, and once again demonstrates their signature claw-hammer banjo riffs, layered ambient synth, powerhouse rock, and sweet vocal harmonies. Their acclaimed producer John Critchley (Elliott Brood, Dan Mangan, Amelia Curran, The Once) from Green Door Studios was a master at creating an album that pushed their creativity and gave Shred Kelly a new take on their signature sound. Their music is a perfect blend of “stoke” and “folk”. That translates perfectly onto an album, or a packed dance floor.

    – Top 15 “Most Anticipated Albums of 2015” by CBC Music

    – “Sing To The Night is a huge step forward for this young band” by Exclaim! Magazine

    – Top 12 in the 2014 Peak Performance Project BC

    – Ranked 3rd in the Top 10 “Must See Acts” at the 2013 Ottawa Folk Festival by Ottawa Rock Lottery

  • Restaurant Industry Night for the Grandstands
    08-05-2016 : 5 - 10 pm

    A PORTION OF PROCEEDS ON AUGUST 5, 2016 will be donated to the Columbia Falls Baseball Association to help rebuild the Sapa-Johnsrud Memorial Field Grandstands. Our participating locations are:

    MacKenzie River Pizza in Whitefish, North Kalispell & South Kalispell • Latitude 48 • Craggy Range Bar & Grill • Ciao Mambo Whitefish

    We invite all restaurants in the Flathead Valley to join us in donating a portion of proceeds on this night! Call Ray Queen at 406-253-0857 to participate.

    On the evening of June 27, 2016, the grandstands at the beloved Sapa-Johnsrud Memorial Field in Columbia Falls caught fire and burned to the ground. The grandstands were not insured.

    The communities of Columbia Falls, Whitefish and Bigfork have enjoyed the grandstands since 1989, watching the boys of Glacier League Babe Ruth play baseball.

    Let’s come together to support the community of Columbia Falls and help rebuild.

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  • Sundays**LIVE MUSIC**
    Brent Jameson Duo
    on the patio
    6-9 pm
  • Tuesdays**LIVE MUSIC**
    John Dunnigan
    on the patio
    6-9 pm
  • Thursday 7.28**LIVE MUSIC**
    Shred Kelly
    10:30 pm | no cover | 21+
  • Friday 8.5**Restaurant Industry Night**
    Fundraiser for The Grandstands
    5 - 10 pm
  • Sundays**LIVE MUSIC**
    Brent Jameson Duo
    on the patio
    6-9 pm
  • Tuesdays**LIVE MUSIC**
    John Dunnigan
    on the patio
    6-9 pm
  • Thursday 7.28**LIVE MUSIC**
    Shred Kelly
    10:30 pm | no cover | 21+
  • Friday 8.5**Restaurant Industry Night**
    Fundraiser for The Grandstands
    5 - 10 pm
10 Central Avenue, Whitefish, MT 59937 // p: 406-862-7550 f: 406-862-6794 // craggy@thecraggyrange.com
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