Bonnie Montgomery Trucking

Bonnie Montgomery Trucking

 Little Rock, Arkansas, USA
BandCountryAmericana

Bonnie Montgomery Trucking is an opera-billy roots-country trio with a driving Dixie stage act. The trio is based in Arkansas and has been featured on AETN's On the Front Row (Arkansas’ answer to Austin City Limits), “Tales From the South” (NPR radio program) and performed sold out shows in the south at venues including The White Water Tavern.

Biography

Montgomery currently resides in Little Rock, Arkansas. The band is a trio with Bonnie Montgomery on acoustic guitar and lead vocals, Justin McGoldrick on electric guitar and backing vocals, and Jimmy Young on upright bass. The original songs are driving roots and country tunes with varied influences, including opera. Bonnie also plays piano with these same influences in mind.

The trio has performed sold out shows in Little Rock at venues including The White Water Tavern and Sticky Fingerz. Her following is loyal and growing at a
rapid pace.

In addition to her opera-billy roots-rock show, Montgomery is gaining national and international attention for composing the modern folk opera, Billy Blythe, about Bill Clinton's childhood that will have a premiere performance in NYC this June. For the workshop performance, Montgomery took the stage to play Virginia Clinton, Bill's Mother.

Discography

Summer Sessions EP

"But I Won't" on KABF Radio
"Uncle Doyle" on KABF Radio

Set List

Cruel
But I Won't
Uncle Doyle
Your Style
Tobacco Farmer
This Town
Cut My Hair Short
Daddy's
I'd Know
Jealousy & Revenge
Keep Quiet
Half Drunk
First Time
House on a Hill
Nashville
Cut My Hair Short
Crop Dust Skies

Piano Set:

Public
Beijing Blues
South Highway
Check for your Time
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