Cloud Cult screens National Geographic series

Cloud Cult

Cloud Cult, currently on a national tour, stops in Bozeman for a special screening of a National Geographic series scored by frontman Craig Minowa.

Cloud Cult is hosting a special screening of the National Geographic series Expedition Grizzly, which features an original music score composed by Cloud Cult frontman Craig Minowa May 5 at Emerson Cultural Center in Bozeman. Following the screening the band will perform.

The event will feature an appearance by Brutus, an 800-pound grizzly bear, and renowned naturalist Casey Anderson, who has raised the bear since birth. The unusual duo are the center of the National Geographic series, which chronicles of the lives of Yellowstone’s grizzly bears.

Currently on a national tour, Cloud Cult has followed their acclaimed 2008 release Feel Good Ghosts (Tea-Partying Through Tornadoes), with a full-length DVD documentary, No One Said It Would Be Easy, to be released in April with downloads of live and previously unreleased songs.

The band heads to Missoula to perform at The Other Side with Ice Palace May 6.

Tickets for the Bozeman screening are available at Cactus Records or Borders for $20 in advance or $25 at the door.

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