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Why Bob Dylan Recorded Songs That Will Be Sold to One Owner

Bob Dylan collaborator T Bone Burnett explained why the pair had recorded a series of songs to be released on a “one-of-one” basis. The first of those, a new version of “Blowin’ in the Wind,” will be auctioned on July 7 and it’s expected to sell for between $700,000 and $1,200,000. It’s recorded on a format being marketed under the brand name Ionic Originals, based on a hybrid medium that’s said to use the best elements of CD and vinyl to generate a more faithful reproduction of the performance.
ROCK MUSIC
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Crews Rescue Stranded Hiker on Lone Peak in Big Sky

Gallatin County Sheriff Search & Rescue crews located and transported a stranded hiker on Lone Peak on Thursday in Big Sky, Montana. According to a press release, Gallatin County 911 received a call from Big Sky Ski Patrol about a hiker that was stranded on Lone Peak Thursday, June 23 at approximately 4:00 p.m.
BIG SKY, MT
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Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade

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Cheers! Just How Much Will We Drink This 4th Of July In Montana?

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MONTANA STATE

What Movie Should Be Set In Montana?

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MONTANA STATE

Montana Facing Abandonment Issues?

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BOZEMAN, MT

Is This Really Bozeman’s Answer To Affordable Housing?

You would think the city would take this seriously, but this has to be a joke, right? There has to be a better plan. We've talked at length recently about affordable housing in Bozeman and how the city has done nothing to solve the problem. We have even come up with a few ideas about where they could build an affordable apartment complex, but the city doesn't seem to have any significant plans in motion. There is, however, one small effort to create affordable housing.
BOZEMAN, MT

8 Fun Events in SW Montana This Weekend

Brew fests, live music, kid-friendly events, and more. Thursday, June 23rd: Thursday Night Front Porch Pickin' w/ Double D Jug Band - Happening at Follow Yer' Nose BBQ (4 Overlook Road, Emigrant). Music 6pm to 9pm. Bluegrass fun right here! John and Martin Degroot (DD, y'all), Mike Singer, Kenny Williams, Uriah Price.
BOZEMAN, MT

FDA Orders Removal of All Juul E-Cigs From U.S. Market

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MONTANA STATE

This Would Make Downtown Bozeman So Much Better

With so many people and businesses coming to Bozeman, you would think this would be on the city's radar. Downtown Bozeman has been, and will always be, insanely busy during the summer-time. From the people walking around and checking out all the stores, to folks driving in and out, downtown has a lot of commotion. There is one issue with our downtown that if properly fixed, would make it so much better. No, I am not talking about a new store, either.
BOZEMAN, MT