Pub Station Show: Ian Munsick, Kasey Tyndall
May 14 @ 5:00 pm$30
All Ages/General Admission
5PM “Doors” open/6PM Show
Please Note: This event serves as the rescheduled date for tickets purchased for the original date of April 17, 2020 (& first reschedule June 19, 2020 & second reschedule October 10, 2020)at Pub Station Ballroom. All tickets purchased via authorized ticketing outlets(Etix, Pub Station)will be honored for this new date at Red Oxx Events Lawn. Requests for refunds purchased before April 2021 must be made at point of purchase BEFORE May 2, 2021*
Pub Station Presents Concert at Red Oxx Events Lawn; Rules and Policies:
Weather: The concert will be held rain or shine. Be prepared for extremes such as heat, wind or rain. Dress accordingly, as the temperature may drop noticeably after sunset. No umbrellas please.
Smoking: NO smoking (cigarettes, e-cigarettes, cigars, pipes, etc.) is allowed on Red Oxx Events Lawn grounds with the exception of the Smoking Area.
Photography: Cameras with removable lens, video cameras and recording devices are not allowed.
Food and Beverages: Food and beverages will be available for sale. No other food or beverages will be allowed.
Seating: No chairs allowed(ie. folding/camping/etc.).
No Re-Entry: Once you have entered through the gates, you may NOT exit and re-enter
• Chairs; any & all versions(ie. folding/camping/etc.)
• All large bags, cases, parcels and containers are subject to inspection upon entering the venue site.
• Alcoholic beverages
• Animals (exception for certified service animals)
• Bicycles, scooters, skates, Segway’s, golf carts or unauthorized means of transportation.
• Coolers or picnic baskets
• Distribution of unauthorized promotional or commercial material.
• Firework, explosives or any other incendiary devices.
• Glass or metal containers
• Aerosol cans or illegal substances
• Weapons of any kind, including guns, knives, pepper spray or handcuffs
• Items that may be deemed a safety hazard or annoyance to participants or guests (balls, frisbees, balloons, any type of projectiles, whistles, musical instruments, laser pointers, etc.
• Large umbrellas, tents or canopies
Ian Munsick’s musical capability and potential aren’t all that different from the ranch in Sheridan, WY where he grew up. As the youngest of three brothers in an exceptionally musical family, Ian’s upbringing was a mix of working cattle and working crowds with the family band, “The Munsick Boys.” Surrounded by music from his earliest days, at age 10 he joined the family band on stage for the first time as a vocalist and guitar player. Throughout his childhood, he kept adding more instruments to his repertoire. Ian’s first passageway into songwriting came in the form of hip hop verses and hooks he wrote as a newly transplanted high schooler in Colorado Springs, CO.
Listening to Ian’s music today, you’ll hear his appreciation for innovation and his insatiable passion to express himself as an artist. Ian’s not afraid to try out a new sound, idea (or outfit) and it’s made him stand out in the best way possible. If you find a lyric you can’t relate to, you’ll be able to picture the person that could. Take Ian’s first single “Horses Are Faster”… Pairing descriptive imagery with a dreamy chorus melody, all flared with a twang, the song embodies Ian’s artistic style. Ian keeps it creative, catchy and country enough for you to know he’s seen the sun set on an open pasture (and he liked it).
After moving to Nashville in 2013, Ian completed degrees in songwriting and music business and is making a name for himself as an instrumentalist and solo artist continuing to call Music City home today. Ian has recently released an acoustic EP, was the only artist to have two songs in the top finalist for the NSCI/CMT songwriting competition & has been playing in venues from Tennessee to Tongue River.