Leon Redbone is one of the world’s most mysterious and fascinating performers and pop culture icons. He is known for his distinctive fedora, dark glasses, mustache, and scruffy baritone voice. This Neo-Vaudevillian crooner captivates audiences with a combination of pre-world war II ragtime, urban folk, jazz, blues, and Tin Pan Alley classics.
Thursday, April 15th Cocktails at 7:00 PM Concert at 8:00 PM Tickets – $28/20 – Reserved Seating “…so authentic you can hear the surface noise of an old 78 rpm.” Rolling Stone Magazine With trademark Panama hat, sunglasses and white suit, Mr. Redbone has developed a cult following as a musical American Icon. The laid back rhythms are accentuated by the ease with which he performs them, something that made his appearance as Leon the Snowman a highlight of “Elf,” Will Ferrell’s Christmas movie. “His long-slung, blurry baritone recalls an older, simpler world of music – from 1899 to 1935.” The Chicago Sun Times An evening of unforgettable blues, jazz and Tin Pan Alley classics makes Leon Redbone the perfect performer for The Ellen’s vaudeville stage. Tickets are on sale now.
The Ellen Theater is located on Main Street in Downtown Bozeman just 4 blocks from the Voss Inn bed and breakfast.