Many friends have encouraged me to make a calendar or a coffee table book. But I had hesitated to go ahead and print my photos to sell because I didn’t see myself as a photographer. 2020 has been tough on us economically and my work has decreased like many others. So I decided to take a chance and printed 2021 calendar. If you are interested, please check “2021 Calendar” page!
* To musician friends, if you would like to add your message, on going projects like new albums, etc. on please contact me!
* Details of these concerts can be changed due to artists/venues’ circumstances.

The music events listed here could be cancelled/postponed due to the COVID restrictions.


On Tuesday, November 24th from 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. guitarist Alex Nauman and bassist Bob Bowman will be back to Devil’s Toboggan after hiatus! Bob and Alex are generations away from each other but you can tell that they have lots of fun playing music together and that will make you smile! And they sound WONDERFUL! So please come down and join the band with delicious drink and food the venue offers.
If you plan to attend it would be helpful to contact the venue so they can arrange the limited seating.
Devil’s Toboggan
113 East Oak, Suite 2B (Cannery District) 
(406) 587-4829
Tuesday, November 24th 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Facebook event page


Every Wednesday Night, Levity features Live Jazz starting at 7:00 p.m. It’s a Jam Session with Local Jazz Musicians. There are always familiar faces, but it’s open to anyone that can play. All you need is raw talent and your instrument!
Levity Bar and Bistro
1027 Shiloh Crossing Blvd Suite 8, Billings, MT 59102
Wednesday, November 25th 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
(406) 651-5985
Facebook event page


I think I shared this video with you before but I just LOVE this performance by this amazing trio : Roger Wilder on piano, Bob Bowman on bass, and Todd Strait on drums play “Shiny Stockings” at Green Lady in Kansas City, MO.
Some of you might have seen trumpeter Hermon Mehari‘s performance in Montana when he visited in 2017. Bob met Hermon first time when he was a highs school student. He sat in with a group of heavy hitters and he impressed them with not only his musicianship but his maturity and grace. He recently released a new album called “A Change For The Dreamlike” which you can purchase at Here is a single from the album “A Conversation With My Uncle/Eritrea” on YouTube! and news letter Jazz this week are non-profit. I am doing this to be a little help for jazz community around Bozeman while I work as a website/graphic designer.
If you feel like helping me with a little reward please donate from “Buy me a glass of wine page“. It is much appreciated!!!