Chokecherry Jam is moving to the Fergus County Fairgrounds Pavilion
Country Music Barn Dance in Lewistown, Montana
Chokecherry JAM FANS- Due to the weather - CHANGE OF VENUE to the Fergus County Fairgrounds PAVILION! Don't miss the fun!
If you're bringing your own cooler, please remember NO GLASS containers allowed.
Tickets available at the door - join us tonight at the Fergus County Fairgrounds Pavilion!! Gates open at 6pm and dance starts at 7pm!!
Grab your tickets and throw on your dancin’ boots....
Central Montana's own, Jason Wickens, will have Central Montana rocking on Friday, September 6th, 2019 at the Chokecherry Jam. Gates open at 6pm, music starts at 7pm.
Online Ticket Sales Have Closed
Tickets can be purchased at the door.
Fourth-Generation Montana artist Jason Wickens grew up on his families ranch outside of a small rural town in North Central Montana. At an early age he began playing guitar and developed a passion for music and specifically songwriting. But It wasn't until his brother returned home from college at TCU (Texas Christian University) with a pile of obscure Texas country artists that he began to take songwriting seriously.
In June of 2017, Wickens teamed up with award winning and Grammy nominated producer Wes Sharon (John Fullbright, Turnpike Troubadours, Parker Millsap) at his studio 115 Recording in Norman, OK. To accomplish the hard hitting Texas/Oklahoma sound that heavily influenced the songs, Sharon enlisted the help of members of the Turnpike Troubadours Ryan Engleman, Gabriel Pearson and Hank Early, which resulted in a fresh new sound with subtle overtones that are uniquely rooted in Montana. Although on first listen you could easily categorize the music as country, the 9-song record provides a diverse offering of Folk, Americana and even moments of Roots-Rock.
Learn more about Jason and his music at JasonWickens.com
Inspired by the writings and the road trips of Tom Wolfe, Hunter S. Thompson, and Jack Kerouac, Blake journeys to the birthplace of American Country Music in the heart of Appalachia. Traveling on to Nashville and back home, he chronicles Country Music’s tide-turning revolution and meets the folks who honour the genre’s traditions and quality. A trilogy with a blog-based narrative, Blake’s quest comes complete with live music reviews, travel anecdotes, personal struggles and interviews with a multitude of characters all sharing their stories.
Learn more about Blake and his music at BlakeBerglund.com.