It’s a big Boston music weekend and we want to know where you’ll be going. If you take any of our suggestions, then please, send us your photos so that we can post them. We recently ran a photo gallery of our Boston music fans in their Halloween costumes and would like to continue with other photo galleries of you, our readers. Check out our Boston music weekend.
On Friday, November 13, it’s a benefit concert for our veterans, at the Mechanics Hall, 321 Main Street in Worcester. The organization is called, V is for Veterans, and was founded by James Montgomery and his manager, Jim Tirabassi. It features an all star cast of performers:: Barry Goudreau of BOSTON, Jon Butcher of Jon Butcher AXIS, Paul Nelson of the Johnny Winter Band, Daniel Klein, original founding member of the J. Geils Band, John Cafferty and Michael Antunes of the Beaver Brown Band, Ayla Brown and many others. Tickets are available at Mechanics Hall: (508)752-0888
You can still head to the beach even though summer is over! Daddy’s Beach Club, 280 Nantasket Ave in Hull has the Soulshine Duo Band on Friday, November 13. It’s a night of blues, classic rock, dance music and some R & B with Jack Leo and Jack Arpano. The band goes on at 9 p.m.
Black Knight’s Castle featuring shred master, Joe Stump, will be playing at the Cannery Music Hall, 12 Crane Street in Southbridge on Saturday, November 14. It will be a night of Richie Blackmore’s greatest hits from his work with David Coverdale, Ronnie James Dio, and Ian Gillan. Showtime: 8 p.m. Tickets available at the door.
Eric Martin, of Mr. Big with Billy Sheehan, Pat Torpey, and Paul Gilbert, a band that combined “shredding” musicianship with melodic vocal harmonies, will be at the House of Blues Foundation Room, 15 Lansdowne Street in Boston on Saturday, November 14. Mr Big is an American hard rock band from California who came together in 1988. Their music catalog includes eight studio albums and two number #1 hits with, To Be With You and Just Take my Heart.
Also, Kooked Out, a Boston based band known for surf beats and driving bass, with grit of the blues and some punk rock will be opening the night. The Foundation Room is a throw back to the 1960’s, with the walls covered in tapestry fabric, small rooms for conversation, and a really cool vibe. You will love it! TAKE PICTURES!
The Midway Cafe, 3496 Washington Street in Jamaica Plain has a full night with three bands on Saturday, November 14. Alternative Ulster, a band out of New York, Charlie Don’t Surf, a tribute to the Clash, and Bomb Squad Larry, a four piece garage punk band. This is an early show with doors opening at 4 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at the door.