Live in the Lobby Concert Series featuring Wyoming Raised sells out

Dakota Knezovich (left), Braxton Knezovich (right)

Rock Springs, WY –  The Broadway Theater’s popular Live in the Lobby concert series returns this month, running through April, 2018.    The lobby concert series is designed to showcase local talent, when possible, and feature some small, traveling bands. The shows are held in the lobby of the Broadway Theater so the setting will be intimate; limited to just 50 tickets.  The series is co-sponsored by WyoRadio and AAA Insurance – Randy McConnell.

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The show will feature country band, Wyoming Raised.  The show is set for Thursday, February 8 at 7:00 p.m. and has already sold out.

Subsequent shows include:

  • Thursday, March 8, 7 p.m. – Brandi Chubb & Sweet Water
  • Thursday, April 12, 7 p.m. – Dr. Clifford M. Wittstruck II, Jason Dreher & Matt Schaffner


About Wyoming Raised:

Wyoming Raised, a local band from the town of Rock Springs, consists of two cousins born and raised in Wyoming, Braxton and Dakota Knezovich. They have also recently picked up a new bass player, Kyan DeBernardi – and are looking to continue to expand. The band loves playing all types of music, and enjoys song writing and performing. The love of music must run in the family – another local band, Zamtrip, who are cousins, have been key contributors in mentoring and have been a huge influence to this band.  Wyoming Raised hopes to meet their goal inspiring their fans with the love of music (new and old) and the love of their state and country. Although the band is a new face to the music scene in Wyoming, they have high hopes for achieving their musical ambitions.

For more information on the shows or the Broadway Theater, contact the Rock Springs Main Street/URA at 307-352-1434.  To view the complete schedule of shows at the Broadway Theater, visit

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