The Dirt Farmers are a foot-stomping grassroots string band that fits any party like an old shoe. They are known for their fun-loving mix of old-school country, bluegrass, blues and rock, with the occasional slip into hip hop and other genres. The band members are a unique as their song list from stand-out guitarist, Jim Dungan, to Chuck Swenson on banjo and harmonica, they’re pure Montana in the “country cosmopolitan” sense of the word. Along with Nate Fortier on mandolin, Lenka Swenson on fiddle, and Suzanne Ford on stand-up bass, the Dirt Farmers know how to get down to business and have serious fun. Dirt Farmers Nate and Chuck also write original tunes that invite you to the flavor and fun of Montana life. Winners of Bozeman Magazine's "People's Choice" award three years in a row, the Dirt Farmers are located in Bozeman, MT, near Yellowstone Park, Big Sky, Livingston, and many other Montana locals. They also travel to play in other areas in Montana, Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, and other western states. They have played scores of weddings over the years, and are known for being professional, reliable, flexible, and easy to work with. When you hire them, you can rest assured that the evening's entertainment will be as enjoyable as it is memorable. A great band for a multi-age wedding crowd or other event with something to everyone from grandma to the kids out on the dance floor. As several members are classically trained, they are a great choice for the ceremony music as well.