|DATE||Saturday, December 31, 2016|
|TIME||9:30PM (Doors 9:15PM)|
143 Brimbal AvenueBeverly, MA 01915 Venue Details
SHOW TICKETS AVAILABLE for $59.00 (Dinner is Sold Out)
SHOW TICKET INCLUDES Guaranteed seat at the Concert, Dancing & Midnight Champagne Toast!
Rock in the New Year with Blues Legend James Montgomery, Sax Attax Horns and friends for the first benefit of 2017 at Vittori Rocci Hall right off Route 128 with plenty of free on-site parking.
Your ticket includes a guaranteed seat at the Concert, Dancing & Midnight Champagne Toast. Full cash bar available.
Portions of proceeds benefit V is for Veterans.
You know we know how to party. We're gonna say goodbye to 2016 and kick off 2017 with James Montgomery and lots of friends. Come party with us gimmeLIVE STYLE!
When blues legend James Montgomery plays the harmonica, he "brings it on home." Whether it's recording with Kid Rock, sitting in with Gregg Allman, or fronting his hot band of thirty years, Montgomery plays with authority. While growing up in Detroit he learned first-hand from the masters - James Cotton, John Lee Hooker, and Jr. Wells - at the legendary "Chessmate." Over the years, he's carried on in the tradition and continues to be a vital presence in Blues as one of the most dynamic performers on the scene.
In 1970, while attending Boston University, Montgomery formed the James Montgomery Band. His inimitable (oh yeah, he majored in English) harmonica playing combined with his incredibly energetic live shows led to the band's quick ascension on the New England music scene. Within two years, the James Montgomery band was among the hottest acts in Boston along with J. Geils and Aerosmith, and they were quickly signed to a multi-album deal with Capricorn Records.
Since that time, James has recorded six albums. His first, "First Time Out" has been remastered and re-released by MRG/Capricorn. Other include "James Montgomery Band" on Island Records which was number nine on Billboard's national playlist, "Duck Fever" with members of the David Letterman Band, "Live Trax," with the Uptown Horns (the Rolling Stones' horn section), and his release on Tone-Cool, "The Oven Is On."
Montgomery has toured with many major artists, including Johnny Winter, Aerosmith, Bonnie Raitt, Bruce Springsteen, the Allman Brothers, Steve Miller and others. He has jammed on stage with B.B.King, Buddy Guy, John Lee Hooker, Jr. Wells, James Cotton, Charlie Daniels, Bonnie Raitt, Greg Allman, Laverne Baker, Patti LaBelle, and Peter Wolf among others, including an impromptu session with Mick Jagger at New York's "Trax".
Over the years Montgomery's band has been a springboard for many musicians. Members of his band have included Billy Squire, Wayne Kramer (MC-5), Jeff Golub (Rod Stewart), Jim McCarty (Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels), Nunzio Signore (Bo Diddley), Jeff Pevar (Ray Charles Orchestra, Crosby, Stills & Nash), Bobby Chouinard (drummer with Ted Nugent, Squire and Robert Gordon), Jeff Levine (Joe Cocker), Aerosmith's Tom Gambel, and many others.
Built in 1951 by Italian-American World War II Veterans, the concert hall at Vittori-Rocci Post is conveniently located immediately off Route 128 at Exit 19 in Beverly, MA -- 143 Brimbal Avenue, Beverly, MA 01915.
With plenty of FREE on-site parking, the fully air conditioned hall host concerts, dances and fundraisers. They offer a full bar with wine, beer and top-shelf liquor.
The Vittori-Rocci hall is an easy 22 mile drive up the coast from Boston. see map here.