Life in Jackson Hole

Hootenanny at Dornan’s

Bill Briggs playing banjo, October 29, 2013

Bill Briggs playing banjo, October 29, 2013

Every Monday night at Dornan’s Restaurant in Moose, WY, musicians gather to share their music. The Hootenanny draws young, old, country, pop, and everything in between. Started by Bill Briggs, the first person to ski the Grand Teton, the Hootenanny has had over 600 shows. Some performers, including Briggs himself, have played at nearly every show.

To get a better look at the hoot through history, check out this link to the Hoot’s Facebook Page.

Last night was the last Hoot of the fall season. The next Hoot season will pick up again in December, uniting musicians from the Jackson area under one roof once again.

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