Walkers Alive After 5 – Honyocker featuring Josie Dunne, Guthrie Brown & Luke Enyeart

Honyocker: Old Montana cowboy slang for those who lack respectability or social graces; prone to exhibiting frequent displays of the screaming yips.

Fortunately, these screaming yips will be some of the better ones. Walkers hosts the Alive After Five on Thursday, July 20th from 5:00pm to 8:00pm in their parking lot, which features Honyocker, a collection of musicians curated by the father-son duo, Bill and Will Honaker (hence the nickname Honyocker). Will Honaker, a talented musician raised in Billings, works out of Nashville, TN and directs, produces, and records for numerous artists in Nashville and beyond. 

One of these talented cats is Josie Dunne, a pop/soul singer-songwriter from Chicago, IL. With influences such as Aretha Franklin, Etta James, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, and Amy Winehouse, Josie has adapted a unique style in her music. Her beyond-her-years soulful voice shines over her cleverly crafted, catchy songs.  She currently lives in Nashville, TN, where she is working on publishing is in the middle of working on her next recording project.

Joining Josie on stage is Guthrie Brown, a Nashville transplant by way of “old Montana”. Guthrie began playing the guitar at age six and, by the age of seventeen, journeyed to Nashville to pursue the dream of being a professional songwriter, recording & performing artist. Many will remember Guthrie and his band opening for John Fogarty at the 2015 Magic City Blues Festival.  In between touring, Guthrie continues to write songs for himself as well as other artists. 

Luke Enyeart is a songwriter, guitar player, and producer based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Luke has toured and performed professionally with such acts as Katie Pruitt, Ryan Bingham, Chastity Brown, and more. Luke released his debut album under the name, “Lukester”, with Acrophase Records late last year.

These talented performers are joined by Nashville artist John McNally as well as some of Montana’s finest musicians, Sam White on sax, Jerom Hein on trumpet, Erik Olson on keys and Lloyd “Mr. Funk” Marsh on vocals and percussion. “I can’t imagine a better collection of musicians, all with their own sound and style” shares Bill Honaker. “I’ve always been proud of our unique music at Walkers’ events, but this one will go down in the books as one of my favorites.”


Jul 20 2023


5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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