17th Annual Famous Motel Cowboys Reunion Set For June 10th-12th, 2022!

May 11th, 2022

Great news! After two years of scheduling and rescheduling, the 17th Annual Famous Motel Cowboys Reunion is happening! This year's event will be a celebration of life and tribute to our longtime bandmates and musical brothers, Pinto Bennett and Jim Lemmon, who have both passed away since our last gathering in 2019. The reunion will take place June 10th-12th at the Visual Arts Collective, 3638 Osage St, Garden City, Idaho. The event will feature three days of some of the best music you'll hear anywhere, combined with an incredible atmosphere and a great bar. There will also be delicious food available, brought to you by Cowgirl's Catering and Scotty's Hot Dogs.
The show will start at 4:30 on Friday, June 10th, 3:30 on Saturday, June 11th, and 2:30 on Sunday, June 12th.
We will be posting updates on our Famous Motel Cowboys Facebook page, so be sure to check often.
Admission is $20 at the door, Friday and Saturday. No cover on Sunday!

2022 Famous Motel Cowboys Reunion Lineup

 

FRIDAY JUNE 10TH 

4:30  THE LEMMON FAMILY BAND 
5:30  TRACY MORRISON 
6:30  ANDREW SHEPPARD BAND 
7:30  SEAN HATTON BAND 
8:30  JOHN HANSEN 
9:30  FAMOUS MOTEL COWBOYS 
11:00  BUDDY DEVORE & THE FADED COWBOYS 

SATURDAY JUNE 11TH

3:30  MUZZIE BRAUN 
4:30  DOWN TO THE WIRE CHOIR 
5:30  KAYLEIGH JACK MCGRATH 
6:30  MONTANA ROSE 
7:30  STEVE FULTON TRIO 
8:30  ROB HARDING & FRIENDS 
9:30  FAMOUS MOTEL COWBOYS 
11:00  KIP ATTAWAY 

SUNDAY JUNE 12TH

2:30  DAVID LYLE 'POPS' EVANS & J ROBERT HOUGHTALING 
3:30  SERGIO WEBB 
4:30  CASEY SHELDEN & THE HOMEWRECKERS 
5:30  JESSE DAYNE & THE SAGEBRUSH DRIFTERS 
6:30  NECKID REDNECKS 
7:30  JEFF CROSBY BAND 
8:30  JAM SESSION

In loving memory of Pinto Bennett (1948-2021) and Jim Lemmon (1950-2020)

July 6th, 2021

The past two years have been tough on many of us, and the Famous Motel Cowboys family is no exception. Our longtime bass player, friend, brother and get-it-done guy, Jim Lemmon, passed away due to complications of throat cancer on April 14th, 2020. And "Our Guy", Mayor of Miserable City, and King of Elmore County, Pinto Bennett, left us June 29th of 2021. Our hearts are broken, but the outpouring of love and tributes from people all over the world have been comforting and inspirational, to say the least. It's wonderful to know just how many peoples' lives have been touched by these two remarkable men. We will never forget the amazing music and incredible experience of being in a band with them for the past 40 years. Rest in peace, Pinto and Jim - see you down the road...