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Music, artist interviews, and upcoming performances around western Montana.

Join Joan Richarde and Doc Sandoz Friday, Nov. 17, as they mine psychedelic musical gems from 10 p.m. to midnight.
Brook Trout

All the leaves are brown, and the sky is gray, and The Psychedelic Circus arrives this Friday night to brighten your day!  Join Joan Richarde and Doc Sandoz Friday, Nov. 17, as they mine psychedelic musical gems from 10 p.m. to midnight.  We guarantee a musically induced trip to distant corners of the known universe. Fasten your seat-belt and come along for the ride!

Now that "trick or treat" is over, are your trees full of toilet paper? Did the cat run away for good? Is your living room littered with wrappers?

The U.S. Air Force Rampart Winds Band plays live on Montana Public Radio, October 27, 2017.
Josh Burnham

The U.S. Air Force Rampart Winds Band plays their concert opener live from Studio B at Montana Public Radio, October 27, 2017.

Tune in Friday, Oct 20 from 10 to midnight for the next "Psychedlic Circus" on MTPR.
Brook Trout

"The Psychedelic Circus" returns to Montana Public Radio's airwaves Friday 10/20, starting at 10 p.m.!  We'll be celebrating the return of rain to the big skies of Montana with music from the classic psychedelic years 1965 to 1973 with tracks by The Beatles, Grateful Dead, Traffic, The Guess Who and many more. Join Joan Richarde & Doc Sandoz as we splash in the puddles with our paisley umbrellas this Friday night, 10 p.m. to midnight. We guarantee a pleasant musical trip will be had by all!

John Floridis hosts Part Two of a 25th anniversary celebration of Musicians' Spotlight with musical highlights and interview segments from some of the most engaging guests in the program's history. Featured artists include Galactic, Cathie Ryan, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Vienna Teng, The Emerson String Quartet, Camila Meza, Leftover Salmon, Andre Floyd, John Gorka, Bill Payne, Azar Lawrence, Martha Scanlan, Jeni Fleming, Sonny Landreth, and sneak previews of upcoming shows with Ben Harper and Clinton Fearon.

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