“Montana’s Musical Ambassador”
Bruce Anfinson grew up along the Missouri River in Great Falls, Montana, where the Great Plains meet the Rocky Mountains. His father loved to sing old “Sons of the Pioneers” tunes as well as classics by Bob Wills, Eddy Arnold and the like. Bruce was nine years old when his father bought him his first guitar and he learned to accompany his dad on these old tunes at family reunions and friendly get-togethers. He started writing a few songs as a teenager and later found that music is a great vehicle for traveling and seeing the country.
Bruce has shared the stage with such musicians as Merle Haggard, Michael Martin Murphy, Tony Rice, Bill Stains, Doc Watson, David Grisman, Ramblin’ Jack Elliot, Rob Quist, Jack Gladstone, Kostas, Big Sky Mudflaps, Mission Mountain Wood Band, Doug Kershaw and Pure Prairie League, to name a few.