Queen guitarist Brian May was so despondent after his bandmate and friend Freddie Mercury died in 1991 that he contemplated suicide. He revealed his dark thoughts in an interview with Spencer Bright of the Daily Mail.
Almost anyone can name a movie that has used Montana as a backdrop for one or more scenes. The motion picture camera loves our big sky and mountain vistas. Researching the history of Montana on the big screen has uncovered an amazing array of films spanning the history of Hollywood itself almost from the start. Let's start our journey on the train...and explore Hollywood Montana Style!
The Exchange Clubs of Billings bring you their 2nd Healing Field, a 1,000 flag display honoring America's service men & women in remembrance of the 10th Anniversary of 9/11. The year's location is at MSU-B College of Technology. Proceeds benefit local Veteran's & Children's charities and will help construct Montana's 9/11 Memorial. The flags will take your breath away at night. Stop by the corner of Shiloh & Central anytime September 8-12. You can purchase a flag to honor someone you love for $100. Click here.
The Wall That Heals exhibition arrived at MontanaFair Tuesday afternoon escorted by Vietnam Legacy Riders, Patriot Guard, and Billings Police Department. Set-up begins at 9am Wednesday with an opening ceremony at 6pm. The Veterans community in Billings along with the Billings Exchange Clubs tried to bring the Wall to Billings last year, but plans were cancelled because of the tornado.
The Boys & Girls Club of Carbon County is giving you a chance to win a 2011 Softail Bike. Only 2,000 tickets are available and if you win you'll have seven bikes to choose from. Winners to be drawn Monday, September 5 at 3pm at Be
Don't miss the chance to experience the Vietnam Wall up close. The Wall That Heals exhibition features a half-scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. It is approximately 250 feet in length, and like the or
If you missed out on the fun we had a 3 Sights shooting Range last Saturday, here's a quick slideshow (appropriately 38 seconds long) to show you how much fun we had. A big thanks to 3 Sights for letting us come and shoot, and congratulations to Curt Lind, who won backstage passes to 38 Special!
Despite reports from Roger Daltrey that Pete Townshend’s hearing is preventing him from touring, the legendary guitarist has announced that The Who will tour next year. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famers will perform their 1973 rock opera Quadrophenia on the road, according to a post on Townshend’s blog. “The
Mötley Crüe’s Nikki Sixx spent Tuesday night on the streets of Denver, Colorado, photographing the homeless. According to the Daily Express, the rocker was overwhelmed by the kindness of those he met on the streets. Sixx tw
ZZ Top’s new album is now finished, being mixed, and will be released in the fall of 2011. Billy Gibbons tells Mojo magazine, “It sounds and feels like Tres Hombres, with a few elements of the Eliminator period thrown in. A pretty wide range, from
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