On May 21, The James Montgomery Band will record their newest live CD at the intimate Larcom Theatre and you can be part of this historic recording.
Only a limited number of seats are available for sale. James is donating most of the seats to his foundation V is for Veterans, who will distribute them to various veterans organizations and the local VA hospital to allow those whom we are Honoring to attend the show.
Peter Wolf calls James Montgomery "The John Mayall of New England" -- and for good reason. When blues legend James Montgomery plays the harmonica, he "brings it on home".
Here's what The Nashville Tennessean said when James toured as a special guest with the Johnny Winter Band: "If ever the time came to use two 'legendary' tags in one story, it is to describe both Winter and Montgomery. They are blues masters of the first and highest degree."
And here's what music critic Ken Abrams wrote when James sat in with Gregg Allman last summer, "... a real treat for the locals saw accomplished bluesman James Montgomery join the band onstage for a rocking version of Muddy Waters 'Can't Be Satisfied.' Montgomery's harp no doubt wailed over Narragansett Bay, an early show highlight that really got the crowd going."
Don't miss this rare chance to take part in blues legend James Montgomery's latest recording.