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Nothing says summer like Targhee music festivals, and the Alta resort has announced the lineups for Targhee Fest and Targhee Bluegrass to help…

Country music knows many truths. For example, love it or leave it is a cheap, easy attitude to any relationship. Love it and stick by it throu…

Dead and Co. back on the table

An effort to bring a two-day music festival featuring jam band Dead and Company to Jackson Hole appears to be revived, according to county documents.

A special-event permit application to bring the 20,000-person event to the Jackson Hole Hereford Ranch in South Park the weekend of Aug. 17, 2019, is pending with Teton County.

Last winter and spring, promoter Highline Sports and Entertainment sought to bring the band in for a weekend concert. Hundreds of public comments flowed into county commissioners’ inboxes, mostly urging them to approve the show’s permit.

Greenspan isn’t done yet

In last week’s issue of Scene we mistakenly reported Bob Greenspan and Mama T’s last performance of the season was on Friday at Lift. Luckily, the blues duo has one more free show, scheduled for 7:30 to 11 p.m. Oct. 4 at The Wort.

Greenspan grew up in the heyday of Chicago blues and has carried the tradition out West. You can learn more about Greenspan and his partner, Mama T (Theresa Bollerman), in the Sept. 5 issue of Scene or at JHNewsAndGuide.com/scene.

Greenspan isn’t done yet

In last week’s issue of Scene we mistakenly reported Bob Greenspan and Mama T’s last performance of the season was on Friday at Lift. Luckily, the blues duo has one more free show, scheduled for 7:30 to 11 p.m. Oct. 4 at The Wort.

Greenspan grew up in the heyday of Chicago blues and has carried the tradition out West. You can learn more about Greenspan and his partner, Mama T (Theresa Bollerman), in the Sept. 5 issue of Scene or at JHNewsAndGuide.com/scene.

Greenspan isn’t done yet

In last week’s issue of Scene we mistakenly reported Bob Greenspan and Mama T’s last performance of the season was on Friday at Lift. Luckily, the blues duo has one more free show, scheduled for 7:30 to 11 p.m. Oct. 4 at The Wort.

Greenspan grew up in the heyday of Chicago blues and has carried the tradition out West. You can learn more about Greenspan and his partner, Mama T (Theresa Bollerman), in the Sept. 5 issue of Scene or at JHNewsAndGuide.com/scene.