One Ton Pig segment on Brazilian television 

Brazilian TV personality Natalia Quadros was in Jackson Hole last winter to film a segment about our beautiful community, and it's set to air this week. Tune in!...if you're a cable subscriber in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, that is. Otherwise, click on the title of this news piece, and watch it here.

It's a great way to brush up on your Portuguese, too! Nice footage from the Wort on a Tuesday night, plus a terrific interview with Pig frontman Michael Batdorf! The One Ton Pig segment runs from 19:56 until the… Read more

Opening Weekend at Grand Targhee 

We'll be there! One Ton Pig plays Saturday, November 22, for a special apres-ski set from 3-5:15. We'll probably be there during the day to make a few turns, too, if ya wanna join us. Although we haven't played the Trap in awhile, that little stage has been host to some high times for One Ton Pig. Hell, we recorded "High On the Hog" there way back in 2008! 6 years later, we're proud to be a part of opening weekend festivities. See you there!

One Ton Pig bassist Andy Calder to appear at Warwick HQ in Germany 


Andy Calder proudly endorses Warwick instruments and amplifiers, and he'll be on-site at Warwick headquarters in Markneukirchen, Germany, on Saturday, September 6. The occasion? Warwick Open Day 2014! Factory tours, flea market, barbecue, live music, fireworks, and all-around good times will make this the best bass hang of the year.   

Live music includes Robert Trujillo's Mass Mental, Nashville session ace Dave Roe, Victor/Regi Wooten, Andy Irvine Group, and several others. The party goes into the wee hours… Read more
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A knee slapping, hippie-honky-grassing hell of a good time. If this CD doesn't make your soul shine, listen to it again. 

          -Jason Specht, independent music critic


The band sounds well rehearsed, and the result is cohesion.

          -Aaron Davis, Jackson Hole Weekly


If One Ton Pig comes into town they should not be missed. Their live jams are high-octane and high-emotion that will convert country bluegrass music fans the old-fashioned way: one barroom show at a time. 

               -Michael Morgan, Indiesouprunner.com