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Mike Comstock (guitar & vocals)
Bill Graham (keyboard & vocals)
Dean Prince / Rob Larson (percussion)
Jeff Lilly / Dirk Alan (bass & vocals)

Comstock Lode is Bozeman's best classic rock n' roll & c/w band playing covers from the 60's
through the 00's. Creedence, Eagles, GreenDay, Grand Funk, Elvis, Skynard,
Beatles, Nirvana, Cash, George Strait, Garth Brooks, Vince Gill, Merle Haggard, ...
just wait a couple minutes and you'll hear an old or new favorite.

For bar gigs, we typically start a half hour earlier than other bands - 9:00 pm
and we take short 10 minute breaks instead of those 1/2 hour ones common
with other bands - you get your moneys worth.

For weddings and parties, you won't get gouged. No overage charges, and we can
accommodate acoustical ceremony music too. Wireless mic, generator for remote locations,
plug in your PC or iPod to the PA. Small PA available for wedding ceremonies, etc.
NEW: ** We can even be the officiant for your wedding, no extra charge !

Comstock Lode is a 4-piece (sometimes 3-5 piece) musical group.
The benefits of a smaller band are tighter music, less space needed to set up,
less overhead and cost to the customer, lower overall volume, and more versatility.
(songlist below)


COMSTOCK LODE BOOKED DATES & EVENTS
(freshness date: 07 - December - 2017)


American Legion
Bozeman, MT
Friday December 8th
Saturday December 9th
Jeff Lilly, Isaiah Morales

Red Tractor Pizza
Bozeman, MT
Tuesday, December 12th
Mike n Mike, unplugged, 6:45-9:PM

The Riverhouse
Big Sky, MT
Friday December 15th
Jeff, Rob

Private Christmas Party
Bozeman, MT
Saturday December 16th
Dirk, Rob



Sacajawea Inn
Three Forks, MT
Friday December 29th
Warm up for New Years Eve
Jeff, Rob

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Red Tractor Pizza
Bozeman, MT
Tuesday, January 9th
Mike n Mike, unplugged, 6:45-9:PM

Willies Distillery
Ennis, MT
Friday, January 26th
Mike unplugged, 5:30-7:45:PM

Sacajawea Inn
Three Forks, MT
Saturday January 27th
Mid-Winter celebration...
Jeff,

The Riverhouse
Big Sky, MT
Friday February 2nd
** GROUND HOG DAY ** Jeff, Rob


Private Party (tentative)
Bozeman, MT
Tuesday, July 3rd



-- Private Wedding -- (tentative)
Bozeman, MT
Saturday, September 8th

-- Private Wedding -- (tentative)
Bozeman, MT
Saturday, September 15th


FOR MORE INFO/PROMO PACK/BOOKING INQUIRY ...

COMSTOCK LODE
ph: 406.539.1528
ph: 406.266.2296

m.comstock@bresnan.net www.BestClassicRock.com

ß Comstock Lode also supports the local community and has played for many charitable organizations.
These include, Childcare Connections, Morningstar Dinner/Auction, MSU Men Against Rape,
Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Cody Dieruff Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Habitat for Humanity,
and fundraisers for individual medical causes.

Comstock Lode has played many special venues over the years around Montana including:
Bozeman Fairgrounds Fundraiser for Downtown Displaced Businesses,
Headwaters Country Jam, Rockin' the Rivers, Labor Day Weekend Poker Run,
Western Montana Fair(Missoula), Great Northern Fair(Havre), Lunch on the Lawn, Music on Main,
MSU Football Tailgate Parties, Bozeman, Belgrade, & Boulder Car Shows,
Red, White & Boom at the fairgrounds, 4th of July at Jackson Hot Springs & Chico Hot Springs
Livingston Roundup street dance, Denny Rehberg Boot Pac, Manhattan Potato Festival,
Montana Republican Convention, Lincoln-Reagan dinner, Grog & Dog Brewfest, MSU Married
student housing Harmony on the Horizon summer series, and many other events.

** COMSTOCK LODE SONGLIST **

Already Gone (Eagles)
All Been Done (Barenaked Ladies)
All Shook Up (Elvis)
All The Small Things (Blink 182)
All My Ex's live in Texas (George Strait)
Amarillo by Morning (George Strait)
American Band {Grand Funk}
American Pie (Don McLean)
American Woman (Guess Who)
Amie (Pure Prarie League)
Are the Good TImes Really Over (Merle Haggard)
At the Hop (Madera and White)
Back Home Again (John Denver)
Back in the USSR (Beatles)
Bad to the Bone (Thorogood)
Bad Moon Rising (Creedence)
Behind Blue Eyes (Who)
Bobbie McGee (Janis Joplin)
Boots (Nancy Sinatra)
Born on the Bayou (Creedence)
Born to be Wild (Steppenwolf)
Breakdown (Tom Petty)
Brick House (Commodores)
Bring it on Home (Sam Cooke)
Broken Road (Rascal Flatts)
Brown Eyed Girl (Van Morrison)
Brown Sugar (Rolling Stones)
Call Me By My Name (David Allen Coe)
Can't Buy Me Love (Beatles)
Can't Get Enough (Ted Nugent)
Can't You See (Marshall Tucker Band)
Cant Help Faling in Love (Elvis)
Chase Each Other Round the Room (Merle Haggard)
Cheeseburger in Paradise (Jimmy Buffet)
China Grove (Doobie Brothers)
Cocaine (Eric Clapton)
Come As You Are (Nirvana)
Come out and Play (Offspring)
Could I Have This Dance (Patsy Cline)
Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Queen)
Crossroads (Eric Clapton)
Cross My Heart (George Strait)
Day after Day (Dolby Gray/Uncle Cracker)
Day Tripper (Beatles)
Don't Be Cruel (Elvis)
Dont Fence Me In (Cole Porter)
Evil Ways (Santana)
Feel Like Makin' Love (Bad Company)
Fishing in the Dark (Nitty Gritty Dirt Band)
Folsom Prison Blues (Johnny Cash)
Fools Rush In (Elvis)
Free Falling (Tom Petty)
Freebird (Lynard Skynard)
Friends in Low Places (Garth Brooks)
Gimme Three Steps (Lynard Skynard)
Gloria
God Bless the USA (Lee Greenwood)
God is Great, Beer is Good (Billy Currington)
Good Lovin' (Young Rascals)
Happy Together (Simple Plan)
Hanging by a Moment (Lifehouse)
Hard Day's Night (Beatles)
Have You Ever Seen The Rain? (Creedence)
Heard it through the Grapevine (CCR)
Hey Baby (Nugent)
Honky Tonk Women (Stones)
Hotel California (Eagles)
Hound Dog (Elvis)
I Call Your Name (Vince Gill)
I Feel Good (James Brown)
I Feel Lucky (M.C. Carpenter)
I Walk the Line (Johnny Cash)
Ice Cream Man (Van Halen)
If I Could be Like That (3 Doors Down)
I'm a Believer (Monkees/Smashmouth)
Jailhouse Rock (Elvis)
Jambalaya on the Bayou (Hank Williams)
Jane (Jefferson Starship)
Jet Airliner (Steve Miller)
Johnnie B. Goode (Chuck Berry)
The Joker (Steve Miller)
Joy to the World (Three Dog Night)
Jumpin' Jack Flash (Stones)
Keep Your Hands to Yourself (GA Satellites)
Kryptonite (3 Doors Down)
Knockin' on Heavens Door (Clapton)
La Grange (ZZ Top)
Last Dance with Mary Jane (Tom Petty)
Last Train to Clarksville (Monkees)
Livingston Saturday Night
Long Cool Woman (Hollies)
Low Rider (War)
Lyin' Eyes (Eagles)
Maggie Mae (Rod Stewart)
Margaritaville (Jimmy Buffet)
Mercury Blues (Alan Jackson)
Mountain Music (Alabama)
Move it on Over (Hank Williams Sr)
Mustang Sally (Wilson Pickett)
My Maria (Brooks & Dunn)
My Sharona (Cars)
Never Been to Spain (Three Dog Night)
Okie from Muskogee (Merle Haggard)
Old Time Rock n' Roll (Bob Seeger)
One Last Breath (Creed)
Paradise City(Guns and Roses)
Play that Funky Music (Wild Cherry)
Proud Mary (Creedence)
Purple Haze (Jimmi Hendrix)
Ramblin' Man (Allman Brothers)
Redneck Girl (Bellamy Brothers)
Rock and Roll (Led Zeppelin)
Rock and Roll Music (Chuck Berry)
Rock Around the Clock (Bill Haley)
Rock this Town (Stray Cats)
Rockin me Baby (Steve Miller)
Satisfaction (Stones)
Saturday Night (Elton John)
Secret Agent Man (Johnny Rivers)
September (Earth, Wind, Fire)
Shambala (Three Dog Night)
Shook Me All Night Long (AC/DC)
Simple Kind of Man (Skynard)
Smoke on the Water (Deep Purple)
Soak up the Sun (Sheryl Crow)
Something (Beatles)
Spooky (The Classics IV)
Still the One (Orleans)
Stuck in the Middle with You (Steelers Wheel)
Some Kind of Wonderful (Grand Funk)
Start Me Up (Rolling Stones)
Stranglehold (Ted Nugent)
Summertime Blues (Young Rascals)
Sunshine of Your Love (Eric Clapton)
Suzie Q (CCR)
Sweet Caroline (Neil Diamond)
Sweet Child of Mine (Guns N Roses)
Sweet Emotion (Aerosmith)
Sweet Home Alabama (Lynard Skynard)
T-Bird (Beach Boys)
Take A Lot of River (Alabama)
Take It Easy (Eagles)
Takin Care of Business (B.T.O)
Teen Spirit (Nirvana)
Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off (Joe Nichols)
Texas Waltz (Ernest Tubb)
Thank God I'm a Country Boy (John Denver)
That's My Story (Collin Raye)
The Weight (The Band)
Ticket to Ride (Beatles)
Time of Your Life (Green Day)
Travelin' Band (Creedence)
Turn it Up (Public Offering)
Turn Me Loose (Merle Haggard)
Tush (ZZ Top)
Twist & Shout (Beatles)
Two Pina Coladas (Garth Brooks)
Venus (Blue Velvet)
Wagon Wheel (Old Crow Medicine Show)
Walk the Line (Johnny Cash)
Walk This Way (Aerosmith)
Waltz Across Texas (Ernest Tubb(
Werewolves of London (Warren Zevon)
What I Like About You (Romantics)
What the Doctor Ordered (Ted Nugent)
White Rabbit (Jefferson Airplane)
When I Call Your Name (Vince Gill)
When I'm 64 (Beatles)
Whole Lotta Rosie (AC/DC)
Who'll Stop the Rain? (Creedence)
Wild Horses (Stones)
Wish You Were Here (Pink Floyd)
Wonderful Tonight (Clapton)
Won't Get Fooled Again (The Who)
Wooly Bully (Sam the Sham)
Yellow Submarine (Beatles)
You Can't Always Get What You Want (Stones)
You Really Got Me (Van Halen)
.. and many more ..

wedding receptions
parties
live band karaoke
pub/club gigs
class reunions
conventions
low budget prices

COMSTOCK LODE
ph: 406.539.1528
ph: 406.266.2296

m.comstock@bresnan.net www.BestClassicRock.com

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COMSTOCK LODE HISTORY

The Comstock Lode was the worlds richest known silver deposit, W Nevada, on Mt. Davidson in the Virginia Range. It is said to have been discovered in 1857 by Ethan Allen Grosh and Hosea Ballou Grosh, sons of a Pennsylvania minister and veterans of the California gold fields who died under tragic circumstances before their claims were recorded. Henry T. P. Comstock, known as Old Pancake, was a sheepherder and prospector who took possession of the brothers' cabin and tried to find their old sites. He and others searching for gold laid claim to sections of the Comstock (1859) but soon sold them for insignificant sums.

The lode did not become really profitable until its bluish sand was assayed as silver. News of the discovery then spread rapidly, attracting promoters and traders as well as miners, and the lode was the scene of feverish activity. Among early arrivals was William Morris Stewart, who later became one of Nevada's first senators. Camps and trading posts in the area became important supply centers, and Virginia City, a mining camp on the mountain, was for several decades the "capital" of the lode and a center of fabulous luxury.

Great fortunes were made by the "silver kings," John W. Mackay, James Graham Fair, James C. Flood, and William S. O'Brien, and by Adolph Sutro, George Hearst, and Eilley Orrum Bowers. Silver determined the economy and development of Nevada until exhaustion of the mines by wasteful methods of mining and the demonetization of silver started a decline in the 1870s. By 1898 the Comstock was virtually abandoned.

Henry T.P. Comstock later working for Anaconda Copper, was shot and killed September 27, 1870 in Bozeman, MT outside a local bar. One version of the story claims it was suicide. Since he had no family, he was buried adjacent to the Story family plots. His tombstone can be found in the cemetary adjacent to Lindley Park.

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