Sat, Mar 25|
Tanner Usrey - Gordy's HWY 30 Pop-up Show & Golden Ale Party
Join us for a special pop-up show from our friends at Gordy's HWY 30 Music Festival! Celebrating the canning of Gordy's HWY30 Golden Ale!
Time & Location
Mar 25, 8:00 PM
Helena, 1535 Dodge Ave, Helena, MT 59601, USA
About The Event
$35 VIP ticket (limited qty) includes- access to the upstairs VIP area with limited seating and it's own bathroom and VIP stein refill station, Lewis & Clark/HWY30 commemorative 20oz insulated beer stein (a $25 value), 20oz fill of Gordy's HWY30 Golden Ale ($9 value), 20oz refills of HWY30 Golden Ale all night for just $6 each, also every VIP ticket has a chance to win a pair of 4-day Executive tickets to https://hwy30musicfest.com (Value $2,000)
$20 Advance, $30 at door
Reserved seating available at an additional charge see table rentals for more information.
Hailing from Prosper, TX, Tanner Usrey is an Emerging singer/songwriter with a vocal styling all his own. Since beginning his career, Tanner has developed into a soulful, Americana-rock artist that heart wrenching lyrics and soul-touching vocals provide the cherry on top of his unforgettable melodies and hard-hitting sound.
Drawing inspiration from the rigors of touring life, Tanner’s most recent single, “Pick Up Your Phone” is a ruminative ballad about disconnection and balancing the give-and-take that comes with all relationships. His previous single "Take Me Home", is an invocation of committed love as Usrey deftly blends Americana and heartland rock influences with his distinctive, soul-tinged vocals.
Opening Support - TBA
As Tanner continues to grow, that momentum landed his single "The Light" on the Season 4 finale of Paramount Networks’ hit TV show, Yellowstone.
His EP SOL Sessions (2021), features 5 songs that showcase Tanners’ talents as a writer. His diverse artistry is juxtaposed with energetic songs like “Time Bomb” and softer, more intimate melodies as heard in “With You.” Tanner weaves together heartfelt lyrics that tell stories people will easily find themselves connecting with and thinking about long after the song stops playing.
At the end of the day, Tanner Usrey's soulful southern style and dedication to his craft create a space where audiences can’t help but listen.