Make it Missoula Monday | Week of Jan 27

It’s Make it Missoula Monday.  Each week, Trail 103.3 DJ, Robert Chase, shares his picks of the week for Missoula happenings. You can hear him discuss them on-air each Monday at 9:00 am. Here’s what’s happening this week:

Monday 1/27

Moscow Monday at Montgomery Distillery
On Monday, January 27, 2014, the Montgomery Distillery will donate $1 from every cocktail sold from 12-8 p.m. The distillery is located at 129 W. Front St. 59802
129 W. Front

Tuesday 1/28

JD Wilkes and the Dirt Daubers at the Missoula Winery & Event Center (ROCK)
7:00 PM
Description: ALL AGES WELCOME – Doors 7pm / Music 8pm. Tickets: $8 ADV – $10 AT THE DOOR. Tix on-sale FRIDAY DEC 20 at 9AM at TicketFly and Rockin’ Rudy’s. (fees apply)

Colonel JD Wilkes (songwriter and front man for the Legendary Shack Shakers), his wife Jessica, plus fellow Shack Shaker Rod Hamdallah and Atlantan, Preston Corn make up the fabulous 4-piece THE DIRT DAUBERS!

Wednesday 1/29

Captain Wilson Conspiracy at the Top Hat Lounge (JAZZ)
6:00 PM
All Ages
Free Show
134 w Front St.

Thursday 1/30

Pint Night for Missoula Urban Demonstration Project (MUD) at the Flathead Lake Brewing Co.
6:00 PM
Description:  An evening celebrating Mud’s contribution to the Missoula community. $1 from every pint sold between 6pm-8pm will be donated to MUD
424 N Higgins Ave.

Thursday 1/30

Ted Ness and the Rusty Nails’ at Draught Works Brewery (FOLK)
6:00 PM
All Ages
915 Toole Ave.

Friday 1/31

Julie Bug and Northern Exposure at the Sunrise Saloon (COUNTRY)
9:00 PM
1100 Block of Strand

Friday 1/31

Nappy Roots at the Palace (HIP HOP)
10:00 PM
Description: 18 /General Admission

Tickets $15 ADV available at:
Rockin Rudy’s
$5 minor surcharge at the Door.

Nappy Roots are an alternative rap quintet that hail from Bowling Green, Kentucky, and formed in 1995. The group is well known for their hit singles: “Po’ Folks,” “Awnaw,” “Roun’ The Globe” and “Good Day.” The group currently consists of Milledgeville, Fish Scales, Skinny DeVille, B. Stille, Ron Clutch, and Big V. Oakland. Nappy Roots exploded onto the rap/hip-hop scene with their debut album, “Country Fried Cess” in 1999, which resulted in an offer from Atlantic Records. The group’s first album for the label was the 2002 “Watermelon, Chicken & Gritz.” The album was a huge success; meeting critical acclaim and turning multi-platinum. The album also spawned three hit singles.