JACKSON, Wyo. \u2013 Bluegrass titans Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out, who have won an impressive 54 industry awards throughout their enduring 29-year band history, will bring their chart-topping music to the Silver Dollar Bar on Thursday, June 18. After first taking the bluegrass world by storm as a member of the legendary Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver, Russell Moore founded IIIrd Tyme Out in 1991. Since then, between the two national bluegrass associations and one fan-voted award, Russell has been named Male Vocalist of the Year an unprecedented 20 times. Russell is not alone in receiving accolades, with the band having been named Vocal Group of the Year 15 times, Band of the Year three times and Entertainer of the Year twice, as well as winning five individual instrumentalist awards. Among the 18 albums the group has released, they have scored three No. 1 singles, including one that topped the bluegrass charts for six consecutive months and one that was Billboard\u2019s No. 5 top-selling album of the year. They have won awards for Song of the Year or Album of the Year five times. The band\u2019s appearance at The Silver Dollar Bar will be one of their first since returning from a successful European tour just prior to the worldwide shutdown. \u201cWe are so ready to play the music we love for the music lovers in Jackson Hole,\u201d Moore said. \u201cIt will be our first time to perform in Jackson Hole. I can think of no better place to visit as we get back on the road.\u201d While originally scheduled as a Bluegrass Session, The Silver Dollar Bar instead will present this show as a special installment of its \u201cSit Down Get Down\u201d series, utilizing the entire bar as a reserved sit-down-only venue. Continuing their commitment to social distancing, the venue has announced there will be a limited number of two, four and six-top tables for sale starting June 5 at 10 a.m. Tables may be reserved by calling Justin Smith at (307) 413-4563. Each seat at the table is $20. Reserved tables can be claimed at 7 p.m. and the show will start at 8 p.m. There will be a special food and drink menu available throughout the night. Tables will be filled front to back according to when the reservation was made, so do not wait to call.