The Line Up
Friday Dec. 7th — Jerry Joseph & The Jackmormons

Jerry Joseph released Full Metal Burqa (Cavity Search Records) on vinyl as a Record Store Day exclusive on April 21. In addition to Joseph, the 5-song album features his band, the Jackmormons, Steve Drizos on drums and Steven James Wright on bass.

In 2014, Jerry Joseph traveled to Kabul, Afghanistan to teach music in an underground, co-ed, rock school. On the streets and in the markets of the capital city, the iconic blue burqa and its diamond-shaped mesh veil, synonymous with Taliban-era Afghanistan, is still a commonplace sight. It had a lasting impression on Joseph, and inspired the title and artwork of his forthcoming new album, Full Metal Burqa.

Event details:

Doors: 8:00 pm
Show: 9:00 pm

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The Mint | Jeff Crosby and the Refugees | Hailey Idaho
Friday Dec. 28th — Jeff Crosby & The Refugees

Born and raised in Idaho, Jeff Crosby has been sharing his unique perspective of Americana throughout the US and beyond for the past decade. His songs and stories paint a picture of the hardships and beauty of being raised and living in small town America, to five years living in a shoe box apartment off Sunset Blvd in Los Angeles CA. Then traveling and living on the road playing 250 shows a year. Though recently making the move to Nashville TN, Jeff continues to spend majority of his time touring the country.

Alongside him to form “The Refugees”, brother Andy Crosby (bass) and Will Prescott (drums) and Dave Manion (pedal steel/ guitar) have created a force of honest, provocative rock and roll that is quickly gathering both a fervent fan base and critical acclaim wherever they go.

Event details:

Doors: 7:30 pm
Show: 8:30 pm

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Monday Dec. 31st — Fishbone

With the classic early 80s lineup now firmly in place, Fishbone is on a mission to reclaim its rightful spot among the rock-n-roll elite.

2018 is proving to be the year of a major comeback for Fishbone with a full calendar of scheduled dates for the U.S. and abroad. Highlights include performances at the Back To The Beach Festival in Huntington Beach, CA, Beer X Festival in San Diego, the Palladium in Worcester, MA with The Mighty, Mighty Bosstones, the Fuji Rock Festival in Yuzawa, Japan, as well as an appearance at Punk Rock Bowling in historic downtown Las Vegas. Many U.S. club shows and a European tour have also been added.

Event details:

Doors: 8:30 pm
Show: 9:30 pm

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Thursday, Feb. 14th — Shook Twins

“I love the harmonies of the Shook Twins, the dreamlike songs that seem somehow permeated by the American Folk tradition, without actually being part of it. They make music that twines through your soul the way vines cover an abandoned shack in the woods.” – Neil Gaiman, New York Times – Best-Selling Author

“The Shooks will Shake you. These ladies have been keepin’ it real since the day they were born and that was only seconds apart from one another I think. Do yourself a favor and check ’em out. I do declare, ya won’t be sorry.” – Langhorne Slim

“The Shook Twins put on a heck of a show. Keep your eyes on these folks. I’m excited to hear what they do next.” – Tucker Martine

“A unique, personal music that lights up the stage with its joy and enthusiasm.” – Mason Jennings

Magic revolves around the number two. Opposite halves define our existence. There’s dark and light, black and white, night and day, yin-and-yang, and so on and so forth.

On their 2017 EP 2, critically acclaimed Idaho-born and Portland-based indie outfit Shook Twins draw on the inherent power of the group’s namesake duo—identical twin sisters Katelyn Shook [vocals, guitar] and Laurie Shook [banjo, vocals]. In early 2017, the pair holed up alone in a room with just two voices and two instruments and cut the seven-song collection live to tape, serving up bare bones renditions of fan favorites, covers, and one new tune entitled “Safe.”

“Musically, it differs from our other studio albums, because it’s just two twins in a room performing on two instruments,” explains Katelyn. “It’s much more raw emotionally and almost vulnerable. It’s nice to hear our growth as a duo and notice our individual grooves. It showcases these songs in a different way than they had been or will be recorded. It’s just a taste of the simplest core of our band: The Shook Twins.”

“It goes back to the very beginning,” adds Laurie. “When we were 18, we started writing songs together, just the two of us. We practiced how to blend our voices and instruments, trying to make our 2 voices and 2 instruments sound like one thing instead of 4 separate pieces. That’s how we started this whole musical life. We wanted to go back to that for a minute and remember.”

The process represents something of a full circle moment for Shook Twins. The group emerged in 2008 with their independent debut You Can Have The Rest followed by Window and 2014’s What We Do—which garnered acclaim from USA Today and more. Organically stirring up a buzz, they engendered fandom in fellow creators such as Langhorne Slim, The Lumineers, Mason Jennings, and iconic best-selling author Neil Gaiman who claimed, “They make music that twines through your soul the way vines cover an abandoned shack in the woods.” Along the way, the full band, including Niko Slice [electric guitar, mandolin, vocals], Barra Brown [drums, vocals, drum pad], and Josh Simon [bass, vocals, electric guitar, synth], has shared bills with everyone from Ryan Adams to The Indigo Girls. Moreover, they graced the stages of High Sierra, Bumbershoot, Hulaween, Floydfest, Summer Camp Music Festival, Oregon County Fair, Fayetteville Roots Festival, Northwest String Summit and many more in addition to performing at Red Rocks alongside Gregory Alan Isakov and Ani DiFranco. Their artful amalgam of folk heart, indie spirit, and alternative energy has effectively captivated fans internationally.

Now, 2 comes to life on the strength of the twins’ own musical union. Penned by a friend named Vance Bergeson, the first single “Mad Scientist” shuffles from rustic instrumentation into cinematic storytelling, weaving together its own mythos.

“Vance is a luthier and a mountain man, and this track is truly his essence,” explains Katelyn. “For some reason, we believed we had something to offer the song as well. We believe it needs to be heard by as many people as possible.”

They strip the What We Do centerpiece “Shake” down to its quaking and quivering acoustic essence. Meanwhile, the 2017 composition “Safe” illuminates their creative strides towards 2018’s forthcoming new full-length, Some Good Lives (recorded with the full band), bridging the past and present with its delicate songcraft and lovelorn lyricism.

“This is a brand new one that we wrote in a cabin by Mt. Hood recently,” explains Laurie. “It’s been a long year of unsure love in my life, so I resonated with the hook that Katelyn started singing while I was eating breakfast. It grew from there as a collaboration.”

As Shook Twins hit the road in support of 2 and ready their next body of work, their bond extends to listeners everywhere.

“I want people to feel like they know us,” concludes Laurie. “I hope it’s like we’re friends, and we’re just hanging out comfortably in our living room together.”

“If you’re a music listener and supporter, you make ALL the difference to us,” Katelyn leaves off. “It would be a pretty pointless job, if you weren’t there.”



Event details:

Doors: 7:30 pm
Show: 8:00 pm

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Friday, Feb. 22th — Shooter Jennings

Born 1979; son of Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter. Waylon Albright “Shooter” Jennings (born May 19, 1979) is an American singer-songwriter who has released seven albums and numerous EPs. He also has made multiple appearances and cameos within film. Jennings is active mainly in outlaw country and Southern rock genres.

Currently signed to Universal South, Jennings made his debut with the single “4th Of July” of his 2005 album Put the “O” Back in Country, which peaked at No. 22 on the Billboard country charts.[2] Jennings has since followed with six more full-length studio albums: Electric Rodeo (2006), The Wolf (2007), Black Ribbons (2009), Family Man (2012), The Other Life (2013) and Countach (For Giorgio) (2016), in addition to a live album, a compilation, and numerous EPs.

Today, he unveils Shooter, his most straight-ahead country album since his 2005 debut, Put the “O” Back in Country. Made up of just nine tracks, it’s a succinct but rowdy listen and reunites Jennings with Grammy-winning superproducer Dave Cobb, who received his first-ever country producer credit on Put the “O” Back in Country.

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VIP Tickets- Platform Seating and Private Bar

Event details:

Doors: 7:30 pm
Show: 8:30 pm

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The Past — Who's Already

Rocked the House!
Trash Disco at The Mint in Hailey, ID
Saturday Nov. 24th — Trash Disco is Back

Come shake your groove thing with DJ I.G.A. The Independent Grocer

Put a glide in your stride and a dip in your hip and come on up to the Mothership for the return of TRASH DISCO AT THE MINT!! DJ I.G.A. The Independent Grocer will spin an all-vinyl set of classic disco and funk with a dash of modern throwback jams sprinkled into the mix. Wear your dancing shoes and be prepared to groove.

DJ I.G.A. The Independent Grocer works in a record store, and it shows in his all-vinyl, genre-blending DJ sets. Rhythm and groove form the foundation, and the get-fresh flow travels along currents of funk, electro, hip-hop, disco, dub, dance rock, post-punk, new wave, world beat and electronica.

Check Out DJ I.G.A below-

Event details:

Doors: 8:00 pm
Three Hours of Uninterrupted Spinn Time : 8:30 pm

Saturday Oct. 27th — Halloween Concert & Costume Party

Join us for a night of music, dancing, & fun in the fall!! Costumes encouraged but not required.

A 7-deep battalion with a brass section, fused from the ashes of indie rock, seductive soul, and sexadellic funk, Lounge on Fire is a cacophony of formidable freaks. Rapid and percussive vocals often combine with dark and hypnotic grooves reinforcing a boisterously brassy fanfare to create a unique coalescence of rock, soul, jazz, Latin, disco, hip hop, and funk. Lounge on Fire has been noted for their electric live performances that make it impossible to sit physically or emotionally still. This rowdy ensemble channels passion from the roots of the human experience and the dark night of the soul into gyration-inducing anthems.

To open the night is Mother Yeti, an experimental rock band from Moscow, Idaho. Mother Yeti is comprised of two young men, Bill Tracy and Zack Degler. Together they strive to provide your ears with something different, often blending genres and experimenting with different styles.

Event details:

Doors: 7:30 pm
Mother Yeti: 8:30 pm
Main stage costume contest: 9:30 pm ( yes, we have prizes!)
Lounge on Fire: 9:45 pm

Saturday Oct. 13th — EXCLUSIVE Album Reveal of "When the Rooster Crows"

With roots in the farmlands of the Pacific Northwest, led by the vocals of the high energy front man Robbie Walden, this battle-hardened band of veterans is back on the road in support of the National launch of their 3rd record, “When the Rooster Crows”. With the musical heartbeat of outlaw, country- soul, this chicken pickn’, guitar lickn’, and harmony filled Texas-Red dirt band, is taking their style of country to new ear pleasing borders, as they introduce their new horn section to the world!

Following the success of their last two records, and in preparation for the release of the new record in January 2019, national act, the Robbie Walden Band, will be performing a one night, one show only, EXCLUSIVE-ALBUM REVEAL, at The Mint in Hailey, ID., on Saturday October 13th. With special guests, Seattle, WA based country band Country Lips opening the show!

Just Announced! Just a taste! Just one night!
A limited bar menu will be available in the restaurant for ticket holders. Be one of the first to get a taste of The MINT.

Doors open at 7:30pm
Showtime is at 8:30pm

September 10th — Jonathan Tyler and the Northern Lights

He played Austin City Limits, Bonnaroo, Hangout Fest and the Voodoo Experience. He performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and toured alongside AC/DC, ZZ Top, Grace Potter, and Kid Rock. His 2010 LP Pardon Me for Atlantic Records with backing band The Northern Lights reached No. 8 on the Billboard Modern Rock chart. His songs were featured in such television shows as Boardwalk Empire and Friday Night Lights.

Doors open at 7:30pm
Showtime is at 8:30pm

August 24th — Futurebirds

The music is a patchwork amalgam of influences, including: twangy Southern rock (they’ve opened for the Drive-By Truckers), reverb-soaked psychedelia reminiscent of early My Morning Jacket or fellow Athens residents Phosphorescent, soaring guitar solos à la Neil Young and Crazy Horse, rhythmic jangle from that other Athens band, REM, multi-part vocal harmonies (which every band ought to have, dammit), and, weaving through it all, lyrical slide guitar.

August 19th — RECKLESS KELLY and Tylor & The Train Robbers

For this one-of-a-kind event, The Mint is partnering with Higher Ground to bring RECKLESS KELLY and Tylor & The Train Robbers to Hailey! Yep – RECKLESS KELLY is back in the Valley and back at The Mint! Tylor & The Train Robbers will be the opener so get ready to kick your boots up!!  This is your chance to see an incredible group of musicians, while making a difference.

July 15th — Premiere Sound Check with Eric Lindell

With his raspy, soulful voice and instantly memorable original songs, roots-rocking multi-instrumentalist Eric Lindell is a true one-of-a-kind talent. Mixing West Coast rock and swampy New Orleans R&B with honky tonk country and Memphis soul, Lindell creates American roots music that is both surprisingly fresh and sweetly familiar.