Saturday, October 30th • Tickets-$15 & up (+taxes & fees) • Doors open at 7:00 p.m., show starts at 7:30 p.m. • Masks preferred Click here to purchase tickets! Tim Montana has
Saturday, October 30th
• Tickets-$15 & up (+taxes & fees)
• Doors open at 7:00 p.m., show starts at 7:30 p.m.
• Masks preferred
Tim Montana has tapped a new vein of Southern Rock. Sometimes best known for his collaborations with ZZ Top’s legendary Billy F. Gibbons with whom Montana has formed his longest and most prosperous relationship. The pair has written, recorded and performed together countless times, co-writing songs like “Weed and Whiskey,” “Rust and Red” and “Fifty Fifty.” In 2013, the hirsute rockers penned “This Beard Came Here to Party,” which became the theme song of the Boston Red Sox as they fought to a World Series championship, and later Music City’s NHL franchise the Nashville Predators. “Raised in the wilds near Butte, Montana, Tim Montana (yes, it’s his real name), entered the world as an off-the-grid thrill-seeker. He and his buddies would take to the nearby mountains to fish, hunt and raise hell as an escape from their rustic home lives — Montana grew up without electricity. Soon, however, he sought out a different high: the kind that only comes from performing live music. Eager to perfect the guitar playing he began when he was just 6 years old, he moved to Los Angeles to put his time in studying his craft. Eventually, he ended up in Nashville, where he formed his band the Shrednecks and established himself as a thrilling live performer. He’s a gregarious personality and struck up friendships with such diverse figures as Kid Rock and the Navy SEAL who led the raid to take down Osama bin Laden, Rob O’Neill. In Kid Rock, Montana found a kindred rebel spirit and began one of his most prolific creative periods, opening for the rap-rock icon and co-writing two charting singles for Rock’s Sweet Southern Sugar album: the Top 10 country hit “Tennessee Mountain Top” and the Number 16 rock anthem “Greatest Show on Earth.” “We have a lot in common,” he says of his relationship with Rock. “The way we write songs is very similar, our performance style is full throttle and we instantly hit it off.” Come see Tim and the band in the up close and personal in the SCAC Black Box Theater! Alabama singer-songwriter Cam Spinks will open the show! Cam was a top ten finalist on NBCs The Voice. Join us!
-105 W. College St. (located at the corner of West College St. and Walton St.) Columbiana, AL 35051
-Free parking around building on Walton St. and Mill St.
-The facility is handicapped accessible & reserved handicapped seats are available for patrons. Please call 205-669-0044 for further questions.
-Tickets are non-refundable.
-For questions call 205-669-0044 or email us at email@example.com
(Saturday) 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Song Theater (formerly Black Box Theater)
105 West College Street