Country Stage - Friday Aug. 18th

  • Anna Robins - Friday Aug. 18th

    A roaming, musical entity of the American Midwest, Anna Robins is a growing songwriter, composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist with a passion for relational and immersing music. Her original style combines the honest conversations of contemporary music with the driving rhythms and touching melodies of her folk roots. Highlights of her budding music career include winning the Black Hills Music Festival Band Competition and Sioux Falls Folk Off in 2015, touring across the great plains region, one full album, one EP, and her internationally known YouTube channel reaching over 4000 subscribers around the world!

    Phone Number:

    605-388-2769

  • Don Andersen - Friday Aug. 18th

    I am a full time musician working as a non-profit. Didn't plan it that way, it's just the way it worked out. I play songs that I like so it is a mix of everything. I play in the Black Hills all summer and do a bit of road work in the winter  because I like to travel. I enjoy this freewheelin' lifestyle .

    I grew up on the streets of Chicago. Taught myself how to play guitar back in high school. Played in various bands over my career, mostly Country and Southern Rock. Over time I found playing solo had a lot less drama. Moved to the Black Hills in 1988 and spent years back and forth between the Hills and Chicago settling here full time in 2011. Music should take the listener on a journey. Let's take a road trip!

    605-430-7119 

  • Keenie - Friday Aug. 18th

    Keenie is a singer/songwriter originally from Hermosa, SD who currently lives in Nashville, TN. She was recently in a duo for four years called The Damsels; together they opened for acts such as Martina McBride, The Band Perry, LoCash and Joe Diffie to name few. They also opened ten nights at the MGM Grand for Neal McCoy as well as toured to Africa to three remote military bases to perform for our troops with Armed Forces Entertainment. 

    Keenie is continuing to perform throughout the country as well as write with hit songwriters such as Paul Overstreet (When You Say Nothing At All, Forever And Ever Amen, She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy etc.) and Billy Aerts who has had songs recorded by Kenny Chesney, Miley Cyrus, and Joe Cocker.

  • Lonely Rangers - Friday Aug. 18th

    Ross Johnson and Johnny Sundby founded the Lonely Rangers over 18 years ago, and have performed over 400 gigs throughout the Black Hills.  They are being joined by Stringbean Svenson on the fiddle. They are a country-rock duo that play tunes you’ll love to sing along with and stomp your feet.  Ross and Johnny live in Rapid City, although Ross grew up in Hot Springs.  Stringbean Svenson is a Hermosa native who played in Custer with Pee Wee Dennis and the Mountain Music Show, and currently plays in the Fort Hays Chuckwagon Supper.  He is also a member of the South Dakota Hall of Fame.

    Stringbean Svenson is a Hermosa native who played in Custer with Pee Wee Dennis and the Mountain Music Show, and currently plays in the Fort Hays Chuckwagon Supper.  He is also a member of the South Dakota Hall of Fame.

  • Mountain Odyssey - Friday Aug. 18th

    Mountain Odyssey is a group of musicians with various backgrounds and talents who have come together to tell the story of country music from its origins.  From old European sea chanteys that developed into folk music of America, to music composed by country music’s early stars, this music is a treasure to be shared and performed.

    Mitch Chapel is the author of “A Magnificent Music Story.”  This book contains narrative and actual lyrics with chords that tell the story of country music, its singers and composers.

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