DEADWOOD, S.D. (11/29/23) – One of the most popular rising stars in country music will be headlining two days of live music at Deadwood Mountain Grand and is bringing along some pretty impressive friends, when Ian Munsick’s Boots, Buckles & Bolos Tour hits the stage on June 7 & 8, 2024.

Joining Munsick on the June 7th show will be Ryan Charles as well as The Munsick Boys, while on June 8th William Clark Green and Tyler Halverson will round out the slate of impressive talent on the Deadwood Mountain Grand stage.

Breathing fresh Rocky Mountain air into the Nashville music scene, Ian Munsick is pioneering a new brand of country. The Wyoming-born singer / songwriter’s upbringing was a mix of working the ranch and working crowds. Under the tutelage of their fiddle-playing father, Munsick and his two older brothers grew up playing everything from bluegrass to The Beatles. Captivated by traditional lyrical truth and the modern soundscape, Munsick followed his ear to Music City.

After establishing a robust touring career as an independent artist, he signed a major label record deal with Warner Music Nashville in 2020. Since then, he has accumulated more than 250 million global streams as well as accolades from Spotify (“Hot Country Artist to Watch”), MusicRow magazine (“Next Big Thing”) and more.

Ian Munsick is painting a stampeding, spirited portrait of the American West with his sophomore album White Buffalo, out now. The18-track album spans unfiltered tales of romance and ranch life, hard-working anthems with honkytonk hooks and mountain-time odes to family and forever-young fun. It builds upon the spacious roots-pop beauty he introduced on his major label debut, Coyote Cry.

Over the past three years, the 30-year-old has accumulated over half a BILLION global streams and a host of accolades. He has been named an “Artist to Watch” by Spotify, CMT, Fender, Music Row and more. A seasoned entertainer, having grown up tending cattle by day and playing music in a family band each night, Munsick toured recently alongside country music superstars Morgan Wallen and Cody Johnson.

Beyond his noteworthy professional accomplishments, he has also become both a husband and a father. Now the Warner Music Nashville recording artist and multi-instrumentalist is representing his home, and its special cast of people, like never before.

The first release from White Buffalo, standout duet “Long Live Cowgirls” (with Cody Johnson), hit No. 1 on Sirius XM’s The Highway Hot 30 Countdown, was named one of Amazon Music’s Best Country Songs of 2022 and recently received RIAA Gold-certification alongside “Long Haul” off his debut album Coyote Cry. Fans of Ian Munsick will always find an open heart, natural awe and plainspoken honesty as he rides on… bringing the West to the rest

“We are so happy to welcome our Wyoming hero back at Deadwood Mountain Grand,” said Susan Kightlinger, General Manager. “He thrilled our audience during the Red Dirt Music Festival in 2021, a sold out show in ‘22 and we can’t wait to have him headlining in June of 2024.”

Taking the stage before Ian on June 7th will be western rapper Ryan Charles. The musician hails from the valley of Buffalo, WY. Similar to his hometown, once referred to as the most lawless town in America, Charles brings a style all his own — meshing the cowboy lifestyle with flow of 2000’s rap. A natural-born entertainer, Charles quickly became one of the most skilled freestyle rappers on the school bus, eventually making the move to Seattle, WA to pursue his music career more seriously.

As an artist, Charles has released a few singles, including the jiggy buckaroo bop “Gettin’ Western” in 2020 and most recently, “Old Dirt Fancy” in 2021. Known for his signature fashion sense, light hearted twang and high-energy live shows, Charles continues to work on new music in Nashville, TN.

Opening the show on the 7th will be The Munsick Boys. The Munsick Boys Band has become a staple in the field of western entertainment. This Sheridan, Wyoming family has been making music together since dad Dave could get his sons to fit their hands around a guitar neck.

All now accomplished musicians in their own right, each member of The Munsick Boys sing, play multiple instruments, and join forces to forge new directions in the world of western roots music.  Dave, a former New Mexico State Fiddle Champion and band leader of several bands, writes, plays, and sings of times and places with no borders. Tris, leader of Tris Munsick and The Innocents, writes, plays, and sings of the west that nominated him for album of the year for both Wyoming as well as the Rocky Mountain region. Sam writes, plays, and sings of the cowboy life that runs deeply in his veins and Ian is out forging new directions in western music from his home in Nashville.

The Munsick Boys have a sound, a harmonic blend of open sky folk and classic country, that has long been a favorite among those traveling the journey down the trail of western culture. They have opened for acts that include Lyle Lovett and Suzie Boguss and were voted the 2016 Western Band of the Year by the Academy of Western Artists in Fort Worth, Texas.

Taking the stage before Ian on June 8th is one of the biggest names in Red Dirt music, William Clark Green. Boasting sandpaper vocals and country-rock sound at the crossroad of back alley grit and gravel-road grace, the Flint, Texas native emerged like many others before –sauntering out from Lubbock’s live music loving college-bar scene. But William Clark Green has since carved a space that is uniquely his own.

Pairing singer-songwriter tradition with a progressive musical mindset, he’s both a troubadour of troubled souls and maestro of lyrical mischief. He’s renowned for underdog anthems filled with sardonic wit, vivid characters and even historical curiosity.

Opening the show on June 8th is rising star and South Dakota native Tyler Halverson. Tyler Halverson’s unique style of country music takes inspiration from classic country and western music, while also looking ahead to the genre’s future. At the age of 20, Tyler moved to Nashville, to attend Belmont University where he studied music business and refined his songwriting craft. However, Tyler’s favorite thing about Nashville is leaving Nashville. Tyler finds joy in taking his songs on the road and playing for fellow hippies, cowboys and everyone in between.

Tyler’s first album was co-produced by himself, Ryan Youmans, and Muscadine Bloodline’s Gary Stanton. “Beer Garden Baby,” the first release from his self-titled record in February 2021, has been well received by Texas radio. He recently joined the roster at True Grit Talent and is looking forward to touring in 2024.

Tickets are available for Deadwood Mountain Grand Reward members On Thursday, November 30th at noon, and to the general public on Friday, December 1st at 10am. They may be purchased through the Deadwood Mountain Grand Box Office or at Ticket buyers should note that TICKETMASTER is the only official ticket broker for Deadwood Mountain Grand. Beware of third party websites and offers. Both hotel reservations and ticket arrangements may be made at 877-907-GRAND.

For more information, visit or call 605-559-1188. To open your free Grand Rewards Center membership and enjoy the benefits of purchasing advance tickets ahead of the general public, bring a photo ID to the Grand Rewards Center counter, located in the Deadwood Mountain Grand Resort Casino.

Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel, a Holiday Inn Resort is the restored 1906 Homestake Mining Co. ore processing plant that overlooks Historic Deadwood, which features a 98-room luxury hotel, full service restaurants, 210 state-of-the-art casino games, high stakes gaming action including Dale’s Sportsbook Bar & Grill, a 3,000 person entertainment and event center and a multi-level parking garage.