Hey you guys, it’s a Black Friday weekend. So come on, tell us what you bought. You can post anything at the bottom of any of our articles on atombash.com. Really! We at atombash.com hope that you had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday and wish you a rocking weekend. Here’s some suggestions for you.
The Royale, 279 Tremont Street in Boston has Eddie Money on Friday, November 27. Money has recorded a long list of hits including: Everything I do I do it for you, Two Tickets to Paradise, Baby Hold On, Walk on Water, Think I’m in Love, and Shakin. He’s been rocking it since the mid 1970’s. He’s still got it, stage presence and all. Tickets available at the door or visit their website: royaleboston.com
Celebrate Black Friday with Tony Soul and the Tony Soul Project at the Olde Post Office Pub, 1 Ray Street in North Grafton on Friday, November 27. Tony Soul is a blues, dance, R&B, Rock & Roll, and a whole lot of soul. The band is a combination of of stylistic musicians from diverse backgrounds with a big stage personality. They are: Tony Soul Parente on lead vocals, Alexandria Bianco on vocals, Mike Kalenderian on guitar and vocals, Jef Jax on sax, Bob Cramer on guitar and slide guitar, Matt Sambito on bass and vocals, Phillip DeLaine on percussion, and Al Clark on drums. More info on this venue click here: postofficepub.com
Country band, Thirty 6 Red, will be at the Charlie Horse, 674 Old West Center in West Bridgewater on Friday, November 27. Thirty 6 Red is a cover country band who play with a combination of great vocals and just plain owning the stage. They delight in throwing out prizes to their audience at every show! The band is Jim Politano on guitar, Erin Ollis on vocals, Larry Smith on bass, and guest drummer at this show, Steve Carter. If you miss them here, you can catch Thirty 6 Red at Toby Keith’s I Love this Bar & Grill in Foxboro on Saturday, November 28. Visit their website for upcoming events: thecharliehorse.com
On Saturday, November 28, the Regent Theatre, 7 Medford Street in Arlington has a tribute to the mighty Sam McCain with an evening of music. Money raised will go to the “Voices for Veterans” campaign, and will help support Veterans Matter, which in turn gives money to NE Center for Homeless Veterans to house veterans and provide services. The all star line up will include artists from blues, soul and rock ‘n’ roll who are coming to honor McCain from multiple cities and countries. There will also be video messages from other famous friends that worked with McCain. The event honors the life and music of Sam McClain, with his friends and those who have been deeply affected by the life and death of this great pillar of American music. Tickets are available at the door or visit theatre website: regenttheatre.com
Blues for Schools, a fund raiser to promote music in our schools, is welcoming Boston legend Johnny A to the Dighton-Rehoboth High School, 11 Bradley Street in Seekonk on Saturday, November 28. The event is hosted by Bob Sloane and is to raise funds for the high school. Johnny A earned the rare honor of having his name placed on a signature Gibson guitar. Tickets will be available at the door. For more info: bluesforschools.org
Evan Goodrow and his band will be at the Burren, 247 Elm Street in Somerville on Saturday, November 28. Goodrow’s original band plays modern soul music with more funk than blues. The band has taken home several music awards including the Boston Blues Challenge, and has recorded numerous CD’s. You can find the band video’s on You Tube. Since the band hasn’t played in Boston much lately, they will be playing a two hour set starting at 7 p.m. Only 100 tickets for this show, so get there early! More info on this event: burren.com