Not only is Lainey Wilson topping the charts for country hits and music awards, but her taste in fashion is also getting lots of attention. The queen of bell bottoms has topped many charts and is continuing to grow on many levels.

Wilson recently played a show here in Bozeman at The Elm which she sold out, and fell in love with more than just the people of Bozeman, she also fell in love with a specific jewelry line as well.

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Wilson recently posted on her Official Facebook Page, her love for Montana Silversmiths.


Wilson has made appearances on the series Yellowstone and also brought home numerous country music awards. She could wear and support any jewelry company in the U.S. but chooses to give Montana Silversmiths her love. Why wouldn't you?

You can shop Montana Silversmiths online or check out all their newly made products on their socials.



Montana takes pride in their locally made products, and celebrities are starting to catch on to the originality of it as well.

Want to know what future concerts are coming to The Elm, Bozeman's newest concert venue, you can check it out below. The Elm is home to many of our concert favorites, but grab your tickets for upcoming shows quickly, the venue will sell out fast.


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For many artists, it seems like their first time coming to Montana to perform is never their last. There is just something about the mountain air that brings them back time and time again.
This past weekend Ashley McBryde made her way to Bozeman for her debut performance. She was scheduled to perform here around this same time last year, but had a horseback riding accident and had to postpone her show.

Now I have been to numerous concerts at The Elm, Bozeman's Newest Concert Venue, and I can tell you, it was a FULL HOUSE! McBryde sang a combination of newly released songs along with some throwbacks to when she first started performing.

A crowd favorite was a song McBryde wrote about her father who has passed away. As she told the story of her growing up and her father teaching her about God, hunting, and music, people in the crowd started crying.

Belting out an oldie but goodie, "Boys of Summer" made the crowd go nuts. The talented McBryde didn't miss a beat and neither did the crowd as they all sang along.

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