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Jon Wayne and the Pain   Indubious   Baby TygerMusic :: Rock also Music :: Reggae
Jon Wayne and the Pain Indubious Baby Tyger
8:00 PM
Jon Wayne and the Pain

Electronic reggae-dub innovators, Jon Wayne and The Pain have been mesmerizing fans for nearly a decade, with their signature JWP cosmic-blend of electronic beats, fused with upbeat roots-reggae music and a psychedelic funk.

The Twin Cities based ensemble burst onto the scene in 2007, following their debut self-titled album. Since then, they have been building a dedicated Midwest loyal-fan following through extensive touring, influential songwriting and multi-dimensional jamming.

Over the past few years, the band has gained steadfast momentum with invitations to perform on some of the nations most renowned music and art festivals, as Electric Forest, Summer Camp, Cali Roots and Wakarusa to name a few. Their transcendent live performances, loyal fan-following, cosmic reggae jam sound and fluid chemistry are what ensures the innovative band of JWP, a mainstay position in the ever-evolving music scene.


The story of Indubious is not for the faint of heart. Like a Phoenix rising from the flames, Indubious was forged in the fires of pain and destruction. It is through overcoming adversity that Evton and Skip, both brothers and band mates, have emerged as a powerful forces for change, and voices for the future of conscious music.

Having been born with Cystic Fibrosis, the Indubious brothers were given a grim diagnoses at birth with a life expectancy of 18 years. Evton recently received a double lung transplant in 2011 resulting in a full recovery. Convinced by doctors of their impending death from an early age, their only choice has always been mind over matter. Time has proven that their unbending positive outlook combined with an inspiring message of love and hope, has not only helped them overcome personal hardship, but catapulted their music onto the world stage with an unstoppable momentum.

Armed with impressive instrumental skill, powerful tharmonies, and an electrifying stage presence, Indubious is destined to change the face of music. Leaving audiences stunned and amazed, they recruit fans from all walks of life whilst shattering any preconceived notions of genre and style. At the forefront of a musical revolution spreading out from their home of Ashland, Oregon, Indubious and their loyal fans, affectionately called "Indubians", have reached worldwide with international tours, numerous major festival plays, 3 full length album releases, and a steadily rising reputation as the originators and ambassadors of the Rootstronica genre (a high energy blend of Reggae, Rock and EDM).

The band and their legion of fans have adopted the motto of “Live Indubiously”, meaning living life without doubt and fear and faith in the fact that we are all here for a reason. “Our mission is to reconnect the people of the world with rightful living, rightful speaking through teaching the everlasting blessings of service to humanity, of service to our higher purpose and higher selves. Our gift is music – and through our music we wish to speak the truth in an effort to inspire others to do the same, to raise the positive vibrations of our planet and help others express the true loving nature within us all.”


Baby Tyger

Formed in the late summer of 2011 Baby Tyger is comprised of Missoula music scene veterans. The guitarist and main songwriter Tyler Bernhardt is backed by Missoula's most powerful rythym section made up of Nathan Talley on bass and Sean McEwen on drums. They have spent their time building Baby Tyger into a power Trio you do not want to miss. With influences ranging from Elvis Presley to Steve Kimock or punk rock to jam bands, Baby Tyger creates a powerful mixture of blues, funk, and psychedelic rock. With hard hitting crunchy chords, smooth funky licks, and points of deep sonic exploration Baby Tyger has a little bit for everyone to get down to.

Doors at 8P

Music at 9P


Age Group: 21+
Venue: Monk's
Address: 225 Ryman St Missoula, MT 59802
Phone: (406) 360-3675

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