Playing the Blues. Boston’s James Montgomery Band.

Plymouth Rocks Music Festival 2013
Plymouth Rocks Music Festival
James Montgomery & “Friends” and Special Guest TONY V
Plymouth Memorial Hall
Saturday, September 28, 2013
Tickets $20.00



LOOK for Plymouth’s- own, talented teen guitarist, EMILY HODGES. She has competed in many regional talent shows and is always expanding her repetoir. Emily will be playing (again) with Montgomery and bassist, David Hull.



REACH is excited to present Plymouth Rocks Music Festival to raise revenue for the George W. Wagner, Reach Recreation Fund.  This event helps us continue to assist adults with developmental disabilities reach their full potential toward independence, self determination and happiness at home, at work and in their community.

Recreations and Challenges for Adults with Developmental Disabilities
20 Middle Street, Plymouth, MA 02360
508-747-4115 Fax 508-746-8132

In 1970, Montgomery was attending Boston University while rehearsing with his fellow teen-age musicians. They got good in a hurry and noticed … by Capricorn Records.  The home label of the Allman Brothers. The productive Montgomery and his band released LP’s in 1973, 1974 and 1976. The James Montgomery Band had to tour constantly to survive as a blues band, in the disco era.

Montgomery has played harmonica for blues and rock royalty. He has jammed with rockers such as, Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler, Bonnie Raitt, Bruce Springsteen and J.Geils. Montgomery tells of an incredible all-night, private surprise session with Mick Jagger. James has sat-in with blues legends like, B.B. King, James Cotton, Buddy Guy and John Lee Hooker. Too many to mention.

Montgomery’s bass player, David Hull,  has helped out Aerosmith several times during the 2006 tour, since Tom Hamilton’s battles with cancer. It’s not the first time that Hull has lent his bass to the Bad Boys of Boston. David was the original bassist for The Joe Perry Project from 1979 to 1982.