A legendary country and bluegrass singer/songwriter with over 50 years of performing under his belt will be coming to Butte's Mother Lode Theater this September.  The following is from the Mother Lode's Facebook Events Page:

Michael Martin Murphey’s musical journey has taken many unpredictable paths over the past 50 years. Topping the Pop, Country, Western and Bluegrass charts, Murphey has never been one to rest on his laurels. To track his career path is to span the country itself from coming of age in the Texas folk music scene, to Los Angeles to Colorado to Nashville and then back to his native Texas. Murphey is best known for his chart-topping hits “Wildfire”, “Carolina in the Pines”, “What’s Forever For”, “Long Line of Love”, “Geronimo’s Cadillac” “Cowboy Logic” and many more across his 35 albums released to date. Don’t miss this wonderful evening of music featuring Michael Martin Murphey!
Mother Lode Series tickets available now, individual tickets available August 1st.
Past Mother Lode Series subscribers have until July 15th to renew their subscriptions by calling the box office at (406) 723-3602 or by mailing in their brochure renewal form.
Mother Lode Series tickets start at $195 and also include performances by Gaelic Storm on October 26th, Matt Vee's Neil Diamond Tribute Show on January 31st, the Trailblazing Women of Country on February 27th, and Step Afrika! on March 23rd.  All ticket packages are available for purchase here.  If you are attending from out of town and would like to make a trip out of it, click here for information on hotel discounts for Mother Lode patrons.

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