Comedian and host of "The Monday Morning" podcast, Bill Burr, will bring his distinct and forthright stand-up style to the Deadwood Mountain Grand Event Center Stage at 8 p.m., Sunday, July 28.
Known for such phrases as "You people are all the same," "Why do I do this?" and "Let it go," Burr's Deadwood show is part of his "You People Are All the Same" tour.
Music sharks Great White, known for their hard rock, heavy metal, grit and blues-hued sound that still survives and thrives after more than 30 years in the business, will rock the Deadwood Mountain Grand Event Center at 8 p.m., Friday, June 21.
Best known for the 1989 smash “Once Bitten, Twice Shy,” Great White’s worldwide sales are approaching 10 million. Their song arsenal also includes “Rock Me,” “Save Your Love,” “The Angel Song,” “Mistabone” and more.
The originally scheduled May 31 performance of The Reunion Beatles at Deadwood Mountain Grand has been changed. A bring-back group that breathes life back into the musicianship, chemistry and tried and true songs of the original Beatles, the Reunion Beatles are rescheduled to rock the Deadwood Mountain Grand Event Center at 8 p.m., Friday, August 30.
Known as "Naz" to hard-core heavy metal fans, the 70s pioneering rock band sensation Nazareth, best known for their hard-rocking "Hair of the Dog" album, will bring their loud and proud style to Deadwood Mountain Grand at 8 p.m., Tuesday, June 11.
"We welcome these classic rockers to the Deadwood Mountain Grand Event Center stage with open arms," said Deadwood Mountain Grand Sales, Marketing and Event Director Susan Kightlinger. "They represent the beginning of a hard rocking genre that we know appeals to many, and we are looking forward to them rocking the house."
Nazareth are a Scottish hard rock band, founded in 1968, that had several hits in the United Kingdom in the early 1970s. They established an international audience with their 1975 album "Hair of the Dog."
The band took their name from Nazareth, Pennsylvania, which is cited in the first line of "The Band's" classic song "The Weight." ('I pulled into Nazareth, I was feelin' bout half past dead.')
They're so caught up in playing Deadwood Mountain Grand, they're going to rock the venue again. Iconic 80s rock band .38 Special will once again take to the DMG event center stage at 8 p.m. Saturday, June 29.
The 60s and 70s sensation rock band CCR has regrouped and will reconvene in Deadwood to rock the Deadwood Mountain Grand Event Center stage at 8 p.m., Tuesday, August 6, during DMG's Rockin' Rally Week, bringing their unmistakable style and timeless hits like "Susie Q" with them.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame rhythm section, Creedence Clearwater Revisited, is a reincarnation of the original Creedence Clearwater Revival, formed in 1995 and features original band members Stu Cook (bass) and Doug "Cosmo" (drums).
Soon, the legendary Don Williams, the artist behind “Tulsa Time” and a long line of other well-known country music hits, will be living on Deadwood time.
Williams, who sold out the Deadwood Mountain Grand event center during a previous appearance two years ago, returns to the DMG stage at 8 p.m. September 7.
“This is a unique opportunity for those who didn’t get a chance to see the ‘gentle giant,’ play our venue previously,” said Deadwood Mountain Grand Sales, Marketing and Event Director Susan Kightlinger. “In fact, it’s a great opportunity for those who did to come out and enjoy this legendary singer once again.”
Randy Travis will be "Diggin' Up Bones" in Deadwood, as he takes to the Deadwood Mountain Grand Event Center stage at 8 p.m. Wed. July 10, promising to pull favorite after favorite from a treasure trove featuring more than 25 years of his distinct, award-winning country sound.
“Randy Travis is an artist whose voice is undeniably country,” said Deadwood Mountain Grand General Manager Brad Hemmah. “His demeanor is equally as down-home as his music and we are truly looking forward to hearing his voice ring through our event center.”