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Hello Agents!  The winter has gone on long enough and the thaw starts next Thursday at Bozeman Hot Springs.  We will be playing in the steam and fire from 7-10pm, with a special guest on the six-string guitar.    

Following that,  on Saturday the 29th so it will stay younger longer, we are officially releasing  our  new  album,  Suspicious Lesions .   Like rap before it, this collection of songs contains explicit lyrics, inaccurate medical references, singalongs about  poor decisions, and embellishments of  local historical events.  Suspicious Lesions includes backup singers, a fiddle, harmonica, and the snapping fingers of a blueberry farmer from Michigan. 

Hard copies will be available (with luck and an accurate delivery date)  at Broadwater Hot Springs on March 3, where we'll again huddle under heated lamps while the good people soak and listen.

The rest of March and April will play out across the state -  Map Brewing in Bozeman, March 15; the Murray in Livingston , March 19; the Rathskellar in Helena, April 3; Draughworks in Missoula, April 4; and  Outlaw Brewing on April 19.

We have big things in the works for this summer, including the release of our first live album, recorded back in November.    

Check out our new audio streaming on the  Songs page, and our multi-cam video on the  Live Video page. 

We'll see you on the road.  

 

The Road Agents, February 20  

 

The Road Agents' brief return to Bannack.   Apparently Henry Plumber was strung up in the cold.  Dillon folk Jeremy Crawford (photographer), Stan Smith (historical reenactor), and Cory Birkenbuel (future governor of Montana) happened to be around.

The Road Agents' brief return to Bannack. Apparently Henry Plumber was strung up in the cold. Dillon folk Jeremy Crawford (photographer), Stan Smith (historical reenactor), and Cory Birkenbuel (future governor of Montana) happened to be around.

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