11:11 Presents


Casey Donahew Band

Friday, April 1, 2016

Babcock Theatre (2810 1⁄2 Second Ave North, Billings, MT)

General Admission/All Ages

Doors at 7:00PM / Show at 8:00PM

$22 Advanced/$25 Day of Show

Additional fees may apply

Tickets on sale Friday, February 19th at 10AM!

In just over 10 years, Casey Donahew has risen from being a favorite on the local Texas music scene to a nationally popular touring act who consistently sells out venues across the country. From Red Rocks to his regular stomping ground, Billy Bob’s Texas, Donahew burns up stages of all sizes, serving up his own sizzling brand of country to his devoted eager fans. Donahew has topped the Texas charts time and again with each single, racking up TWELVE No. 1 singles throughout the course of his impressive, self-made career. With the help of wife Melinda, he has painstakingly carved out a niche for himself on the country scene and built his career from the ground up, one show at a time. His efforts have pushed him to heights he never could have imagined when he first plugged in on stage at the Thirsty Armadillo bar back in Fort Worth’s Stockyards in the Fall of 2002, and began constructing his own field of musical dreams. The Lone Star favorite now routinely packs venues across the country selling out rooms on a regular basis. Powering those shows are his successful albums, which consistently land at the top of the iTunes sales charts as well as songs on the Texas radio charts.  Donahew has released four independent albums to critical and commercial acclaim.  His 2011 release, DOUBLE WIDE DREAM, debuted at No. 2 on the ITunes Country Chart and No. 10 on the Billboard Country Chart and spawned three No. 1 singles: the title track, “Double Wide Dream,” “Let’s Not Say Goodbye Again,” and “One Star Flag.” Casey’s latest CD, STANDOFF, quickly topped the iTunes Country Chart at No. 1, upon its release, and also hit the Overall iTunes Chart in the No. 8 position.  STANDOFF has also yielded five No. 1 radio singles “Whiskey Baby,” “Small Town Love,” “Lovin’ Out of Control,” which is Donahew’s fastest rising single to date, “Not Ready To Say Goodnight” and the most recent No. 1, “Loser.”  Donahew is currently recording his next studio album with acclaimed producer Josh Leo (Love & Theft, Timothy B. Schmit and Alabama, among others). This marks the first time Donahew has engaged a producer.  Producer Josh Leohas performed on over 150 records, produced 21 singles that reached No. 1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart, written six singles that reached No. 1 on the Billboard Country Singles chart, and won 6 BMI Millionaire awards.

Tickets are available at 1111presents.com, Pub Station Box Office (2502 First Avenue North), or by calling (877) 987- 6487.

134 W Front Street, Missoula, MT 59802 General Admission/18+ Doors at 9:00 pm, Show at 10:00PM $16 Advance/$18 Day of show Additional fees may apply Tickets on sale Friday, February 19th at 10:00 am

In just over 10 years, Casey Donahew has risen from being a favorite on the local Texas music scene to a nationally popular touring act who consistently sells out venues across the country. From Red Rocks to his regular stomping ground, Billy Bob’s Texas, Donahew burns up stages of all sizes, serving up his own sizzling brand of country to his devoted eager fans. Donahew has topped the Texas charts time and again with each single, racking up TWELVE No. 1 singles throughout the course of his impressive, self-made career. With the help of wife Melinda, he has painstakingly carved out a niche for himself on the country scene and built his career from the ground up, one show at a time. His efforts have pushed him to heights he never could have imagined when he first plugged in on stage at the Thirsty Armadillo bar back in Fort Worth’s Stockyards in the Fall of 2002, and began constructing his own field of musical dreams. The Lone Star favorite now routinely packs venues across the country selling out rooms on a regular basis. Powering those shows are his successful albums, which consistently land at the top of the iTunes sales charts as well as songs on the Texas radio charts. Donahew has released four independent albums to critical and commercial acclaim. His 2011 release, DOUBLE WIDE DREAM, debuted at No. 2 on the ITunes Country Chart and No. 10 on the Billboard Country Chart and spawned three No. 1 singles: the title track, “Double Wide Dream,” “Let’s Not Say Goodbye Again,” and “One Star Flag.” Casey’s latest CD, STANDOFF, quickly topped the iTunes Country Chart at No. 1, upon its release, and also hit the Overall iTunes Chart in the No. 8 position. STANDOFF has also yielded five No. 1 radio singles “Whiskey Baby,” “Small Town Love,” “Lovin’ Out of Control,” which is Donahew’s fastest rising single to date, “Not Ready To Say Goodnight” and the most recent No. 1, “Loser.” Donahew is currently recording his next studio album with acclaimed producer Josh Leo (Love & Theft, Timothy B. Schmit and Alabama, among others). This marks the first time Donahew has engaged a producer. Producer Josh Leohas performed on over 150 records, produced 21 singles that reached No. 1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart, written six singles that reached No. 1 on the Billboard Country Singles chart, and won 6 BMI Millionaire awards. Tickets are available at 1111presents.com, Top Hat Lounge(134 West Front Street), Rockin Rudy's(237 Blaine Street), or by calling (877) 987- 6487. 

Billings, MT--Linn Post and Pipe Supply Company began in 1973 in Linn, Kansas when Emil Peters developed a continuous connection for fence that he thought was better than anything else available at the time. He did not stop with his patented continuous fencing, but began building other livestock handling equipment with those same principles and values in mind.  In 1979 things were going so well he wanted to open a second facility.  The Linn Post and Pipe-Creighton Division, as it was then known, was established in Creighton, Nebraska. 

Richard Stubben was hired as the manager of the new plant. He was placed in charge of selecting and purchasing the land, ordering a building, construction and management of the facility when production began.  The business opened with a single building and three employees. It has since grown to twenty-one employees with five additional buildings, including a new office space.

Besides continuous fence panels which can be custom made to any length and height, the Nebraska plant manufactures gates, custom adjustable alleyways in single and double sizes, crowding tubs and portable catch panels.  The heavy duty gates up to 16' are guaranteed for five years to hold up against wear and tear from livestock. Custom sizes are also available. The facility sells portable corrals, bale feeders, panel trailers, and portable cattle wagon feeders as well.

Most orders are either picked up at the Creighton Post and Pipe facility by customers or delivered by the company's semi-truck.  However, Richard Stubben, who continues to manage the Creighton location and makes customer service a top priority, often travels to multiple states with the company truck and trailer personally making deliveries.  

Stubben enjoys attending farm shows throughout the plains states and has attended the MATE for nearly four decades. "I enjoy coming to the MATE show to visit with my old customers and to meet a lot of new ones," he said. You will find him again this year manning the display at the MATE at booth 317 inside the Expo Center. To learn more about Creighton Post and Pipe, visit them online at www.linnpost.com and for more information about the MATE Show, visit www.themateshow.com.

 By Alyssa Barnes

Saturday, February 13, 2016
5–9 p.m.

$90 per couple/$45 per person

Raven’s Café d’Art located in the YAM

Enjoy a special Valentine’s evening at the museum. Make a dinner reservation at the YAM, the perfect setting for a romantic evening with live guitar music and love songs provided by Mark Adam and, of course, great food. Dinner includes an appetizer, entrée, and dessert for $90 per couple. Wine and beer will be available for an additional charge. Arrive early to stroll through the art galleries before they close at 5 p.m. Seating starts at 5 p.m. Visitartmuseum.org/ravens-cafe-d-art/ for more information and to see a menu. Reservations required. Call 406-256-6804 to make your reservation.

 

 

Calling all cattle enthusiasts! The 40th Annual Montana Agri-Trade Exposition (MATE Show) will

again feature the Bull Pen Preview presented by Northern Ag Network, February 18-20, 2016 at Metra Park in Billings, MT.  Registration is now open for cattlemen to participate in this year's showcase. 

The Bull Pen Preview offers tremendous exposure to cattlemen wishing to promote their genetics and program to commercial and registered producers that attend the show.

While the farmers are looking into a new piece of equipment, ranchers are invited to look through the upcoming genetics offered, and maybe purchase a new herd bull! Speaking of purchasing a new herd bull, don’t forget to sign up for your chance to win one of two $300 gift certificates to be put toward the purchase of a bull from any of the Bull Pen exhibitors within the next 12 months.

As if looking through bulls isn’t enough of a “cattle fix”, join us each day of the MATE Show at 3 p.m. in the MATE Theatre to obtain your Beef Quality Assurance certificate.  There’s bound to be something for everyone at the 40th Annual MATE Show!