Giveaways-PromotionsEnter to Win Tickets to Rayland Baxter in Bozeman + Merch Package

June 30, 2023

Enter to Win Tickets to Ryland Baxter + T-Shirt, Signed Vinyl and Tour Poster

by Groove Solventless

Indie/Alt-country artist, Rayland Baxter, will perform live at The ELM in Bozeman on July 18, 2023 with support from Liz Cooper.

Hailing from Nashville, TN, Rayland Baxter is a singer-songwriter and guitarist known for his soulful voice, thoughtful lyrics, and genre-bending approach to music, effortlessly blending indie rock, folk, and country. In 2012, he released his debut album, feathers & fishHooks. He followed with Imaginary Man in 2015 and Wide Awake in 2018, which continued to showcase his unique sound and storytelling abilities. In 2019, he released Good Mmornin, a collection of seven Mac Miller covers.

His latest album, If I Were A Butterfly, came out in 2022. No Depression said “Baxter has never sounded more alive” and Americana Highways called the album “another great addition to an already solid catalogue from Rayland Baxter.”

This will be Baxter’s first time performing at The ELM. Fellow Nashville-based folk rocker Liz Cooper will be opening the show. Liz actually headlined The ELM last year. It’s going to be a full, talent-packed evening!

As the proud partner of live music in Montana, Groove is celebrating with our friends at Logjam Presents by offering you the opportunity to win a Pair of FREE tickets to the show along with a Signed T-Shirt, Vinyl and Tour Poster.

Winner chosen on Monday, July 10th, 2023.

Giveaway Package Includes:

• 1 Pair of Tickets

• Signed T-Shirt

• Signed Vinyl

• Signed Tour Poster

Rules and Guidelines:

– Only one entry per person.
– No purchase required.
– Must be 21 or older to enter.
– Tickets are non-transferable & cannot be sold.
– Not redeemable for cash.

For the making of his fourth album If I Were a Butterfly, Rayland Baxter holed up for over a year at a former rubber-band factory turned studio in the Kentucky countryside—a seemingly humble environment that proved to be something of a wonderland. “I spent that year living in a barn with the squirrels and the birds, on my own most of the time, and I discovered so much about music and how to create it,” says the Tennessee-bred singer/songwriter. “Instead of going into a studio with a producer for two weeks, I just waited for the record to build itself. I’d get up and go outside, see a butterfly and connect that with some impulsive thought I’d had three months ago, and suddenly a song I’d been working on would make sense. That’s how the whole album came to be.”

The follow-up to 2018’s critically acclaimed Wide AwakeIf I Were a Butterfly finds Baxter co-producing alongside Tim O’Sullivan (Grace Potter, The Head and the Heart) and Kai Welch (Molly Tuttle, Sierra Hull), slowly piecing together the album’s patchwork of lush psychedelia and Beatlesesque pop. In addition to working at Thunder Sound (the Kentucky studio he called home for months on end), Baxter recorded in California, Texas, Tennessee, and Washington, enlisting a remarkable lineup of musicians: Shakey Graves, Lennon Stella, several members of Cage the Elephant, Zac Cockrell of Alabama Shakes, Morning Teleportation’s Travis Goodwin, and legendary Motown drummer Bobbye Jean Hall, among many others. Continue reading…


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