“The Sixties Rock & Roll Revue with The John McDermott Band” recreates and performs the music of the most iconic Rock & Roll bands of the 1960's. Providing an exciting live concert experience, the band takes you on a trip back to one of the most influential musical periods of our time. The concert performances include hits from some of the greatest artists in rock & roll history, tribute sets and notable "B" side tunes.
The band led by John McDermott, is comprised of a group of talented musicians who have performed and toured throughout the world entertaining live audiences. The band performs a vast array of popular artists from this period, delivers exciting and varied musical set lists and can perform tribute sets with notable guest musicians based on the audience's interest.
Musicians Who Gig with the Band:
John McDermott - Guitar, Vocals (Plays with All Musicians Listed Below)
Baron Raymonde - Saxophone (Bruce Springsteen, Rod Stewart, Little Steven, Levon Helm, Matt Guitar Murphy, Gloria Gaynor, Joan Jett, GE Smith and others)
Axel Belohubek - Piano, vocals (Musical preproduction, David Bowie, Madonna, Good Stuff)
Tommy Galvin – Herman’s Hermits, Beatlemania and Liverpool
Rich Blaney - Bass, Vocals (The John McDermott Band, The Blaney Band)
Gregory Gruber - Keyboards, Vocals (Godfrey Townsend, Back to the Garden 1969)
Lincoln Hubley - Drums, Vocals (The Eagles Experience)
Paul Kezmarsky – Lead, Guitar (The Ultimate Cream, Joe Venti of Mountain and Leslie West)
A list of a few of the artists that the John McDermott Band covers: The Band, The Beatles, The Birds, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Joe Cocker, Cream, Creedence Clearwater, CSN, The Doors, The Grateful Dead, The Hollies, Jimi Hendrix, The Lovin' Spoonful, Van Morrison, The Rolling Stones, Santana, The Who, The Zombies and many others.
Approx Running Time: 70 minutes
Genre: Rock Music, Live Band, Vocals, Tribute
Please Note: the venue has a 2-beverage minimum per person.
All patrons must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination upon arrival to gain admittance to the theater. Lack of proof will result in denial of entry with no refund.