As the evening wound down Scott had an opportunity to visit with Trent and thank him for playing a Montrose guitar during the set (photo at right).
Below two time bull riding champion and country music singer, Justin McBride, waits his turn in the roping event fundraiser for colon cancer awareness during the CMA-fest.
Troy Gentry, of the country music duo Montgomery Gentry, stopped by our booth during an SCI convention to play guitars and talk. He is shown here playing a Montrose Signature guitar.
Singer/songwriter Pam Gray is pictured above with her Montrose Medium Jumbo brazilian guitar. Pam is a lady with a beautiful voice & personality to match.
Don Montgomery is shown here playing his Montrose Signature model guitar. This guitar boasts solid quilted sapele back and sides with snakewood accents. It also has a beautiful sitka spruce top.
Lindsay Cardinale, an American Idol finalist, joined Trent in sing his song "Keep on Lovin' You". This song was picked up and recorded by Steel Magnolia. Lindsay is a great young lady with an awesome voice & personality. She had fun teasing Scott about leaving one of his Montrose guitars behind when it was time for us to return to Montana.
As the evening wound down Scott had an opportunity to visit with Trent and thank him for playing a Montrose guitar during the set. It was an amazing evening.
Trent Willmon & Cody Johnson take turns playing a Montrose signature model guitar at a club in Nashville. Trent, a seasoned singer/songwriter and Nashville favorite has many hit songs under his belt. Cody is a talented rising star on the country scene. Both of these guys can sing, play guitar, plus they have rodeo roping experience. We highly recommend catching them in concert if the opportunity presents itself.
I had the opportunity to play music with a group of friends at the Libby Nordicfest 2015. My Montrose dreadnought is still singing sweetly!! Shown at right are Lee Tonner on fiddle, Mike Powell on guitar and Carol Cady on mandolin.
In November 2012 I was given the opportunity to sing at a local event called Kootenai River Rhythm. This bi-annual event is a celebration of music featuring local talent. One of the biggest highlights of the evening is the musical participation of Tony Smith,the event coordinator, and his equally talented sisters. The evening has become highly anticipated and very well attended.
During the evening I sang two songs each of which featured the stunning finger style accompaniment of Dr. Bill Cuskelly on guitar. He graciously played two of our Montrose custom made acoustic guitars; a Montrose small jumbo and Montrose Signature model.
Below our good friend Larry Pancake plays his custom left handed Montrose guitar during an impromptu jam. Later on that evening Larry was participating in the team roping at the fundraising event in Nashville.
Country music singer/songwriter Trent Willmon with his Montrose Baritone guitar. This is the guitar he nicknamed "The Bear" because of its Sitka Spruce bearclaw top and it deep growly voice.