Live music is an integral part of the Hi-Line Harvest Festival. We want to showcase local talent while bringing in regional bands to our rural community.
Jonathan Terrell has been doing things on his own for two decades now. He likes it that way, conjuring stories from histories both shared and made-up, creating a world from the depths of his imaginations and from his humble roots in equal parts.
Born and raised in a trailer hidden far in the Pine Curtain of East Texas to a family of ex-religious cult musicians, Terrell has taken the myths and lineage of his deeply held history and mixed them into a radically inventive career as the torch-bearer of Austin, Texas’ cosmic country scene.
Drenched in sweat but more suave than your best tux, the Jonathan Terrell show quickly became the stuff of legend.
Between his side gig touring the world in and with Midland and a record label by his side that believes in his creative vision as a songwriter, photographer, director, and part time Honky
Luke Dowler & the Midnight Conversations
Luke Dowler is a Montana, Indie-Americana, and folk-rock artist.
Named "an artist you should be listening to" by Paste magazine, his music has been featured on HGTV, Without A Trace, Heartland, and used in several independent films. On the strength of his original songwriting, Dowler represented Montana as the state winner of the Colgate Country music showdown. Beyond touring and recording, Dowler also composes for film and documentaries (Finding Faeries, 2016; The Forlorned, 2017; Afterlight, 2018).