Saturday, December 3
Gary US Bonds "Home For The Holidays" Rock n Roll Reunion
VIP Seats Include an Autographed Show Poster
Gary U.S. Bonds is a legendary rhythm n blues/rock n roll pioneer, singer/songwriter, known for his classic early 1960's Top Ten hits "New Orleans" and "Quarter to Three" which sold over 1,000,000 copies and was chosen as one of the "500 Songs That Shaped Rock n Roll" by the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame. In the early 1980's, he released 2 albums, Dedication and On The Line, collaborations with Bruce Springsteen and Steve Van Zandt that spawned 4 hits, "This Little Girl", "Jole Blon", "Out Of Work" and "Daddy's Home". In 2005 Gary was honored by the Blues Foundation with the W.C. Handy Comeback Album of the Year award for his blues album Back In 20. A few of his other musical relationships include Sam Cooke, BB King, Southside Johnny, former Rolling Stone bassist Bill Wyman and Delbert McClinton. His career spans SEVEN decades and he continues to record and tour with his band The Roadhouse Rockers.
Come "HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS" with Gary, his band and some VERY GOOD FRIENDS!
Friday, December 9
6th Annual Chris Pinnella Christmas Concert
DOORS OPEN AT 8PM - VIP SEATS INCLUDE AN AUTOGRAPHED COPY OF CHRIS'S BRAND NEW CHRISTMAS ALBUM!
Sunday, December 11
Jersey Shore Jazz & Blues Foundation Holiday Party
PRESENTING MUSIC FROM Eryn Shewell, Sandy Mack & Friends with Mike Flynn, Dave Halpern & Big John Perry.
To make advanced reservations, please call the JSJBF Office at 732-933-1984 with your credit card information or mail your check to: JSJBF, PO Box 8713, Red Bank, NJ 07701.
Friday, December 16
Tim McLoone & The Shirleys - "HOLIDAY SHOW"
Saturday, December 17
Motor City Revue Holiday Show
Friday, December 23
Charlie Clarke and the Swing Machine presents:
"SWINGING INTO CHRISTMAS"
Friday, December 30
Bob Bandiera and Gene Cornish - "RASCALS TRIBUTE"
Saturday, December 31
New Year's Eve with Tim McLoone & The Shirleys
with Special Guest: Barbara King
Friday, January 6
Bob Burger & Friends - "Tribute to Tom Petty"
Saturday, January 7
THE JERSEY FOUR
"A Tribute to Frankie Valli and The 4 Seasons"
Thursday, January 12
A Medium Gallery with Linda Shields,
"THE JERSEY SHORE MEDIUM"
Friday, January 13
ALBERT LEE & BAND - Up Close & Intimate
A LIGHT OF DAY WINTERFEST 2017 EVENT
Eric Clapton called Albert Lee, "The greatest guitarist in the world." Known for his lightning speed playing, Albert has played with some of the biggest names in the business. If you saw him at The Saint two years ago and your jaw wasn't hanging down to your knees, then you weren't really watching!
Albert is just plain stunning live. He first came to prominence during a 1964-68 stint with British Blues and R & B stalwarts Chris Farlowe's Thunderbirds. His reputation grew and he nabbed appearances on "The London Bo Diddley Sessions" for Chess and Jerry Lee Lewis' "The London Sessions". He later appeared on Don Everly's "Sunset Towers" and Jackson Browne's debut album.
The mid 70's found him playing in the Joe Cocker Band and releasing his first solo album. In 1976 he replaced James Burton in Emmylou Harris' Hot Band on tour and played on her albums "Luxury Liner", "Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town", "Blue Kentucky Girl", "Roses in the Snow" and "Evangeline". In 1978 he joined Eric Clapton's band, where he recorded and toured for 5 years. He found time to contribute his guitar-fire to albums with Roseanne Cash, Dave Edmunds, Rodney Crowell, Nanci Griffith, Carlene Carter and countless others.
When the Everly Brothers reunited on September 23, 1983 at London's Royal Albert Hall, Albert was on hand as guitarist and Musical Director. He continued in that role for over 20 years until the Brothers retired. Albert remains an occasional member of The Crickets, and tours regularly with Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings. Albert released solo efforts "Heartbreak Hill" in 2003 and "Road Runner" in 2006. A summer 2011 jaunt with John Jorgenson prompted Albert to form his own U.S. band. The Albert Lee Band includes John Thomas, aka "J.T", on keyboards, who played for 23 years with Bruce Hornsby. Bass player Will MacGregor has worked with the Pretenders, Pat Boone, Exene Cervanka and more, and Jason Smith brings both the subtlety of jazz and pounding pulse of rock to his drum stylings.