Marty’s Driving Range

96 Old Turnpike Road, Mason, NH

Bruce Marshall Group 

Sorry for the inconvenience folks, we will let you know the new date as soon as we get it.

Opening for the King!!!

I’m thrilled to announce I’ve been invited to open for BB King this Thur, July 10th at the Hampton (NH) Casino Ballroom. I’ll do a solo set on acoustic and resonator guitars and cover tunes from my 6 CD’s and my newest originals. To share the stage with the king of the blues and the man who opened my eyes to the blues when I was in Jr. High is an honor. I was fortunate to open his show here last summer and supported him twice with Montgomery and Marshall, including his 70th birthday tour in ‘95 and Hampton in ‘02. Thank you for all you’ve done for the blues and your fans BB! I’ll be on 8-8:30, doors are at 6, please say hi at the show if you’re going! 169 Ocean Blvd, Hampton, NH 03842. (603) 929-4100.  Click for Tix

Bruce Marshall Duo Opens for The Straits!!!











Bruce Marshall Duo Opens for The Straits!!!

Blue Ocean Music Hall4 Oceanfront NorthSalisbury

 

Bruce Marshall & Dave Cournoyer open for The Straits!
Of course you remember Dire Straits, right? Dire Straits’ legacy is alive and well thanks to the musicians who made history with the band. The Straits features members of the original line-up, performing songs from Dire Strait’s discography. For fans that have missed one of the best-loved groups of the eighties, The Straits offer a fantastic musical experience! Dire Straits' Alan Clark and Chris White with five hand-picked, world class musicians - Terence Reis, Steve Ferrone from Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Mickey Féat, Adam Phillips and Jamie Squire - performing the music of Dire Straits.

VIP Gold Circle - $49 Reserved Seating - $39

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Welcome 2014!

Happy New Year friends and thanks for checking in! We want to thank all of you who supported us at so many fabulous shows in 2013, we shared the stage with BB King, The Doobie Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Kenny Wayne Sheperd, and 38 Special, in addition to our own headliners. The 3 Shows at the Blues Barge in Boston were among the best ever and we did some memorable outdoor shows in NH and MA. Thanks to all the staff that work so hard at these venues, Bob Duteau and our friends at Live Nation, and our families and fans for steering us through another wonderful year.  Check out our upcoming dates, there’s some brand new venues and we’ve updated several pages of the site we hope you’ll enjoy. All the best in the new year and we hope to see you soon!

BMG at Crop Bistro for New Years Eve!!!

New Year’s Eve Party with the Bruce Marshall Band. A portion of the ticket proceeds will benefit Friends of Stowe Adaptive Sports.

“The Stowe Adaptive Program helps people with disabilities live better lives,” states Meyers. “We are proud to be able to help them in their mission.” Friends of Stowe Adaptive Sports is a non-profit established in 2010. Their mission is to improve the quality of life for persons with disabilities living in or visiting Vermont through Stowe Mountain Resort’s adaptive sports and recreational programs.

For more information about the event, visit the Crop Bistro & Brewery website at www.cropvt.com

BMG Opens for 38 Special!!!

Blue Ocean Music Hall, 4 Oceanfront North, Salisbury

BMG opens for 38 Special!
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Buy Tickets $75/$59 RS - Tables $78/$62 Day of Show

Montgomery and Marshall at the Colonial Inn on Nov. 14!


Singer songwriter and Concord resident Bruce Marshall will be bringing his duo with blues legend James Montgomery to the Colonial Inn on Nov. 14. Montgomery and Marshall are celebrating their 20th anniversary as a duo this year and are looking forward to “coming home”.  James is a former Concordian and was married at the Colonial Inn and Bruce has been here 25 years this May. The duo has established itself as one of the premiere blues duos on the circuit and the chemistry and musicianship between the two must be experienced live. Armed with harmonica, acoustic guitar, dobro and 2 voices, they touch on Delta Blues, Swing, Americana and Soul, including originals from their 2 CD’s. Tickets for the show in the Heritage Room will be available at the door for $15 and it runs from 7-11. Colonial Inn, 48 Monument Square, Concord, MA. 01742. 978-369-9200.   http://concordscolonialinn3-px.trvlclick.com/

BMG Opens for Lynyrd Skynyrd!!!

BMG Opens for Lynyrd Skynyrd!!!

Newport Yachting Center, 4 Commercial Wharf, Newport, RI

Bruce Marshall Group Opens for Lynyrd Skynyrd  Website

Buy Tickets $60.50 / $80.50 / $90.50

BMG Opens for Lynyrd Skynyrd!!!

BMG Opens for Lynyrd Skynyrd!!!

Casino Ballroom, 169 Ocean Boulevard, Hampton Beach, NH

Bruce Marshall Group Opens for Lynyrd Skynyrd  Website

Buy Tickets ADVANCE $61.00 DAY OF SHOW $66.00







Help Save the Bolton Fair!

Rock and Blues Festival

The Fairgrounds at Lancaster, 318 Seven Bridge Road (Rte 117), Lancaster, MA

GATES OPEN 11 AM - SHOWS 12 PM to 6 PM
12:00 The ThrowDown Blues Band
1:20 Mike Slater Tribute to Elvis & The Aura of Elvis Band
2:40 The Bruce Marshall Group
4:00 Danny Klein's Full House (Playing All the Hits of the J Geils Band)

Buy Tickets $20 in advance or $25 at the door

BMG Back at Theodore's!!!

Theodore's,

201 Worthington St, Springfield, MA

Bruce Marshall Group
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Montgomery & Marshall Duo!

Mast Cove Art Gallery

2 Mast Cove Lane, Kennebunkport, ME

Bruce Marshall & James Montgomery Duo
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$15.00 Donation

9/11 Benefit

James Montgomery & Friends- A Benefit For The Paige Fairley-Hackel Memorial Playground

Hard Rock Cafe, 22-24 Clinton St., Boston, MA

Although he continues to record and tour with the ever-popular James Montgomery Band, Mr. Montgomery has found another home with “The Friends”. "These guys came along at a good time for me and over the years it has continued to gel on every level,” comments Montgomery. "Our personal history and musical background is the glue which holds us together on and off stage". Formed in 2001 in the light of the 9/11 attacks the band gained critical acclaim performing as Nominees for “Best Blues Act of the Year” at the 2003 Boston Music Awards at the Wang Center in Boston. Their performance at the Hard Rock marks the groups 12th Anniversary of giving back to those in need. Co-founder Pete Hackel who lost family member Paige Farley-Hackel on American Flight #11 put it this way “The opportunity to turn the tragedy of September 11th into something positive was paramount with the band. We wanted to carry on Paige’s name as well as honor all those lost, so we've committed our time and energy as a group to help the charitable causes we know Paige would support if she was still alive,” This year’s performance will benefit The Paige Farley-Hackel Memorial Playground in Roxbury. Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler, Joey Kramer & Tom Hamilton, Doug Flutie, Jon Butcher, Charlie Farren, Joey Molland (Badfinger), Danny Klein (J. Geils Band) and Johnny A are only a few who have been featured with the band. Like they say, you just never know who’s going to show up at a JM & Friends performance! Don't miss this significant 12-year milestone with special surprise guests from the legendary Boston music scene!

Buy Tickets $20.00

Age limit: 21+

Go Back in Time....

Mersey Beat Invasion

Main Streets Market & Cafe,
42 Main Street, Concord, MA


Bruce Marshall and Dan White discovered a magical vocal blend and a shared love of 60’s pop music shortly after they met. They first played together in 2010 and always leaned toward the Mersey sound, which was the beginning of the “British Invasion.” You’ll hear songs by the Beatles, Jerry & the Pacemakers, The Searchers, and others, to the groups that emerged from these early hit makers like The Stones, Kinks, Yardbirds and The Hollies. Bruce and Dan also acknowledge the bands from our shores that shared the charts with these groups like the Beach Boys, The Buckinghams, Rascals, Grassroots and the Doors.

BMG at Strange Brew!

Strange Brew Tavern,
88 Market St, Manchester, NH

Bruce Marshall Group
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New Room for BMG!!!

Simple Man Saloon
119 High St, Clinton, MA

Bruce Marshall Group
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Boston Harbor Hotel Blues Barge

Boston Harbor Hotel
70 Rowes Wharf, Boston, MA

Bruce Marshall Group
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Archive

Welcome to the new home for past news. As we post new events the older postings will be added here.

BMG Back at IOB!!!

Inn On The Blues
7 Ocean Avenue, York Beach, ME

The Bruce Marshall Group
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Back to Back Openers for Doobie Brothers!!!

I will be playing 2 solo openers for the legendary Doobie Brothers this summer!  This is the second time I have played with them at Hampton and the first foray to the beautiful waterfront venue in Newport. Check out the links below for more info and get your tickets early!

Tuesday, July 16 8:00 pm
Solo Opener for the Doobie Brothers!!!
Casino Ballroom
169 Ocean Blvd, Hampton, NH (MAP)
Website $39 GA, $55 & $75 (Buy tickets)

Wednesday, July 17 7:30 pm
Solo Opener for the Doobie Brothers!!!
Newport Yachting Center
4 Commercial Wharf, Newport, RI (MAP)
Website $45.50 / $65.50 / $79.50 (Buy tickets)
 
I’m thrilled and humbled to be asked to share the stage with BB King on July 11th at the Hampton Casino Ballroom. BB was the first blues artist I heard as a kid and I was hooked from the first listen. The soulful guitar phrasing and his powerful, deep voice was unlike anything I’d heard. It is inspiring when I think of him still performing at 86 years old and all he’s done over the years for the blues and his fans.
I never imagined James Montgomery and I would get the honor of playing with him during his 70th birthday tour in ‘95 and then again in ‘02. This signed photo was taken backstage at the Capitol Center in Concord, NH on 2-7-95 and I got him to sign it at Hampton Casino Ballroom on 4-27-02. This Thur will be extra special as we pay tribute to a living legend, the “King of the Blues”, Riley B. King.



Solo Opener for BB King!!!

Thursday, July 11 8:00 pm
Casino Ballroom
169 Ocean Blvd, Hampton, NH
(MAP)
Bruce Marshall Solo Opener for BB King (Buy tickets)
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BMG opens for Kenny Wayne Shepherd!!!

Friday, July 19 7:30 pm
Lowell Summer Music Series
40 French St, Lowell, MA (MAP)
$27 in advance / $35 day of concert (Buy tickets)
I'm very excited to announce the Bruce Marshall Group will be appearing at the Lowell Summer Series with Kenny Wayne Shepard on July 19. We take the stage at 7:30, get your tickets now! This legendary venue is a beautiful place to enjoy live music. Boarding House Park, 40 French St. Lowell, MA.

Not To Miss Double Header!!!

Don’t miss a rare and special double bill with and The Bruce Marshall Group and the Peacheaters at Great Brook Farm in Bolton, MA on Sunday, June 27th. Both groups have a Southern Rock pedigree that will be heaven to fans of this genre. The Peacheaters offer the ultimate Allman Brothers Experience, with their own stamp on the legendary group, pushing their jams to the limit. Expect songs spanning the entire ABB catalog. Bruce was a member of Toy Caldwell’s Band and has toured with Lynyrd Skynyrd, Charlie Daniels and the Outlaws with the former Marshall Tucker guitarist. Along with songs from their 6 cd’s you can expect a healthy dose of Marshall Tucker in the Bruce Marshall Group set list. This will be one of metrowest’s top bills of the summer.

The Bruce Marshall Group plays from 4-7, with the Peacheaters on from 7:30-10, on the deck. Dave C is a part time Peacheater and we’ll be expecting some serious jams between the 2 bands as the evening progresses. The famous Great Brook Farm barbecue will be in full swing, cover charge is $15. 356 Main St., Bolton, MA. 01740 978-779-6680
Rain or shine, indoors or out. To reserve your tickets and to prepay for your barbecue dinner go to: Great Brook Farm

New Metronome Magazine Review!

Metronome Magazine, 5-24-10
Bruce Marshall Group
MISSPENT YOUTH 12 song CD


The Bruce Marshall Group exhibits a contagious, feel-good swagger on their
new album “Misspent Youth”. Fronted by singer-songwriter Bruce Marshall, the
album includes band mates Dave Cournoyer on guitars, bass and vocals, Ed
Grenga on Keyboards, Pete Premo and Steve Wolpe on drums, Jeff Majeau and
Neil Taylor on bass guitar. Guests include Sally Marshall and Brit Sawdon on
vocals, John Donahoe on sax and fiddle and James Montgomery on harmonica.

With “Misspent Youth”, Marshall revisits his earlier days and some of the
critical moments in his life that made him gravitate towards a music career
and lifestyle. Recollecting times with teenage friends (“Slave To My
Senses”, “Misspent Youth”), being struck by a message from the great Hank
Williams (“3 Chords and The Truth”), lessons from a street-wise biker chick
(“Dirty Side Down”), understanding the consequences of greed (“Gold”), and
awakening to the reality of our own mortality (“There Go I”), Marshall pens
his observations with a keen eye and exacting musical sensibility. This
allows listeners access to his world while being able to relate to his tales
on a personal level. Although the years have passed, Bruce Marshall and
company prove they’re still in tall form with a collection of songs that
resonate with musical conviction.

Douglas Sloan

Boston Blues Society Review!

Bruce Marshall Group
"Misspent Youth"
ATM Records
12 Song CD


Everything a listener would expect to hear from veteran performer Bruce Marshall's sixth and latest CD, "Misspent Youth", is prominent and evidently clear from beginning to end in this very professional and very listenable release. With many apparent blues influences and a sensible and well thought-out sequence of songs, each Marshall composition on the CD typically has a great melody, intelligent lyrics and a first-rate delivery: Bruce's superb finger-picking guitar playing catches your ear on every melody and whether he's playing the acoustic folk blues of "Slave To My Senses" and "There Go I", the first and last songs on this project, or the varied and more electric performances on the middle ten tunes, all recordings sound crisp and memorable, and each arrangement has the aural consistency, in the bigger picture, of being recognizable as coming only from this incredibly talented individual. Even the songs like "Blues In The House" and "Conscience As My Witness", two straight B.B. King inspired performances, still bear the Marshall imprint as do every other offering on this well-balanced mix of different blues sounds. The rocking blues of "3 Chords And The Truth", the college-radio friendly r&b of "Dirty Side Down", "Restless Soul" and "Gold", the Southern/Country feel of "Misspent Youth", "My Own Bed" and "Procrastination" (all with a stripped-down Marshall Tucker groove); and whether he's using an electric or acoustic guitar, Marshall has an instinctive pop feel to his musical persona and sometimes the strength of the song isn't in what notes he plays but in what tones he doesn't play and in the music's uniquely Bruce Marshall sound. And this sound is all his own and that's a very good thing; this is a strong CD from this consummate local professional.Last year, Bruce was selected and sent by the BBS to represent Boston at The International Blues Challenge, and "Misspent Youth" illustrates why his creativity is a good example of many of the best aspects of what our current local blues scene is all about.

AJ Wachtel

BMG at Marathon Mania April 19th!

WZLX, 100.7, has chosen the Bruce Marshall Group to perform at Marathon Mania on April 19, their annual party at the finish line for the Boston Marathon at the Prudential center. The group will play from noon to 1:10 and then the classic rock act Revolver will play 2 shows until 4:00. This will be an excellent opportunity to enjoy the group in a great setting with state of the art production combined with the excitement of the legendary Boston Marathon. Thanks to our friends Cha-chi, Carter Alan and the rest of the gang at 'ZLX. Send Carter an e-mail and request "3 Chords & the Truth" and "Blues in the House". wzlx.radio

Exchange Hall Dance!

The Bruce Marshall Group will be headlining a Dance on March 20, 2010, at Exchange Hall, 2 School St. in Acton, MA. 01720. Equinox at Exchange Hall will be a fabulous evening of fine entertainment and is presented by Iron Work Farm in Acton, the non-profit corporation dedicated to preserving historically significant buildings and landmarks in the town. Exchange Hall is an example of such a landmark and one of the older buildings in Acton has recently undergone a stunning restoration.

The festivities will occur on the 3rd floor from 7-11 and include The Jolly Rogues, an 18th century jigs and reels act and singer-songwriter Larry Lee Oppel will perform and MC the event. The Bruce Marshall Group will close the evening, performing original Blues, Rock and R & B from their 6 cd’s. Tickets are $50 per adult and include finger foods from Whole Foods Market, complimentary beverage and a free membership to Iron Work Farm. There will also be a silent auction, a cash bar and plenty of room for dancing. Don’t miss this exciting event, for tickets and more info log on to: www.ironworkfarm.org A limited number of Tickets can also be bought at the door the night of the show. We’re sorry but Exchange Hall is not handicap accessable. For more information, call: 978-697-4891.

International Blues Challenge 2010

Hi Folks,
Thank you so much for all the good luck wishes and support, we got home from the 26th International Blues Challenge in Memphis around 9:30 tonight (Sunday) and after chillin' a bit I decided to jot down some of my experiences while they’re still fresh. Because of the overwhelming generosity of our incredible friends, family and fans I had an unforgettable time! I didn’t make the finals but gave it my best shot…as luck would have it, the winner of the solo/duo category performed in my venue so the competition couldn’t have been stiffer…I’ll always wonder how close I might have come if he was in another club but I’m not making any excuses, everyone had their shot and they send the score sheets later so I’ll have an idea how I fared…here’s how it went down…

I was lucky to have Michelle, my friends and members of the Boston Blues Society to cheer me on. My sincere thanks to Michelle “Cupcake” Ezzy, Ramona “Romo” Margolis, Bob “Steady Rollin” Margolis, Maureen “Mo” Booth, Dan “Dan'a'mo” Meenan, Marty “M Dawg” Beecy, Denise “D Pup” Pageot-Beecy, Linda “LLCool Cat” Beneke, Dan “Danamatic” Beneke, Bob “2 Belt” Elsasser and John “multi ax” Donahoe for their undying support and friendship.

There were 10 of us that left from Concord (1-21) at 3:30 AM for a 6 AM flight, which got us to Memphis by 8:00 AM (Central). We hoped we could get an early check- in but the Spring Hill was jammed the previous night and we couldn’t get in till 3 so we waited for about 7 hours to get our rooms…I tried to crash in a chair in the lobby without much luck and had to be at orientation from 3:00-4:00 and Club 152 on Beale St. by 4:30, half an hour before the first act, to check in.

This year there were 150 bands and 80 solo/duo acts compared to 100 bands and 60 solo/duo acts when BMG competed in ’07 so the odds were tougher this year. We had 10 bands at our club, with 3 judges and then 3 new judges the following evening. Each act plays the same venue Friday and Sat. Sets were 25 minutes, which is barely 6 tunes.

I went on third the first night, after Alain Apaloo, who played a resonator guitar with huge low end (C tuning), had great finger style chops and compelling songs that were bluesy but strayed from traditional blues like some of my stuff. Also of note was a Italian finger style guitarist , Francesco Piu, (Hot Motzarella), Doug Beckman, who played a steel Paul Beard resonater with a quieter, old school approach and was accompanied by a very soulful singer, and traditionalist Austin “Walkin’ Cane” who charmed the crowd with his personality and delta style on a tri cone resonator and a wooden model. He even told a joke about removing his artificial leg and filling it with beer on a bet one night! The quality of musicianship was very high, especially instrumentally and I noticed most everyone did all originals. The idea that my dobro might have stood out went away after realizing 4 of the ten acts used them and there was one lap steel as well.

It’s hard for me to critique my own set though I got some feedback from the gang and it was similar to how I felt...
I did 6 songs and started on Dobro, doing all my stuff except “Bring It On Home” which I ended with and had the crowd singing with me. I was a little out of sorts for the first 2 dobro tunes, it was really hot on stage and there was no reverb on the pa for either vocals or guitar and it sounded so dry to me. I hate to make excuses (it is a “challenge” after all) but was a little out of my comfort zone until I picked up the Martin and finished my set with “Blues in the House”, “Slave to My Senses” and the Sam Cook tune. Crowd response was really good, especially after I did an extended jam at the end on the Sam Cook tune, I felt like I was at least in the running at that point.

What changed everything was when New Brunswick’s Mat Anderson took the stage. From the first note you knew this was going to be special. Vocally, his range, power, tone and dynamics were another level. He’s got quite a set of pipes and could work the mic from 4 feet away or bring it down to a whisper with a low baritone note right on top of it. He had a driving acoustic guitar technique (rock background?) with relentless bass lines and he’d solo on top, all with impeccable timing and technique. He played one slide tune that stood out and had so much variety song to song that it was constantly riveting to the listener. The pacing of his set was masterful, his 3rd tune was a gut wrenching soul ballad that vocally was untouchable all night and brought the house down. His sense of dynamics kept the tension and release building for the whole set and he ended with the most furious tune of the evening, practically shredding his strings in the process on a blues rock tune with a raveup ending, he really worked it. Add to that just the right amount of banter to make it personable. Everyone in the club knew he’d set a new bar. My only hope to compete at that point was that the judges would also recognize songwriting and crowd involvement, which I was told stood out in my set.

We made our way back to the hotel later and collapsed, it was a long day and to think of all the effort for 6 tunes…
The next morning “2 Belt” and Michelle drove me to a music store in Bartlett called Yarborough’s and I bought a used reverb pedal, I wanted every edge I could get and it sounded way better the next night. We had a nice breakfast at the hotel and took the old fashioned trolley outside our hotel to Beale St. and poked around and enjoyed all that Beale is famous for. We were in a historic area with a pretty park right outside our window and a short ride (or 15 minute walk) to the action.

Friday afternoon was a tour of the Gibson guitar factory, where they make the hollow body electrics, which was a trip for me as I play a Lucille. I was stunned at how much of the process is by hand (most of it) and could not believe what goes into making a guitar, it takes about 21 days to finish most models. The store was very cool as well, picked up some small items, t-shirts, etc.

I decided to start the next night with 2 acoustic guitar tunes, Blues in the House and “Slave to My Senses”, switch to dobro for 2, “Last Call & First Light” and “Friday Night Shoes” and then back to the Martin to rock the house with “I Need a Raise” which is more of a Bo Diddley feel and one I didn’t do the first night. I felt really good about the set and my friends called it “spot on”. I was more relaxed, had more fun and just let it flow. The only problem was that Mat Anderson really poured it on the second night and took it over the top and the crowd was really behind him. We found out he won our venue the next morning.
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After my show we all headed to BB Kings and caught some fine acts including NJ’s Matt O’Ree Band, who had the joint jumpin’! I thought they should have taken their night but it was not to be. I saw Christine Jackson with her band, I met her in ’07 and they sounded really good. We had a nice dinner and bar hopped a bit, caught Bob Margolin and Boston harmonica ace Rosie Rosenblatt at the Rum Boogie, the most crowded venue on the strip (and the smokiest, we have it so great in NE’s smoke free clubs). We were hoping to catch the Boston winners Mike Crandall band, who won the Boston band finals but the timing didn’t work out.

Beale St. was it’s usual gas and it was a mob scene most of the night. We hit the Pig, Tater Reds and a few other places and really enjoyed ourselves. It was a nice night weather wise as well and the sounds, sights and smells were awesome!

On Sat., four of us went to the Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Hotel, which is the site of Martin Luther King Jr’s assassination. This was one of the most moving experiences I’ve ever had and I recommend it to everyone. We did the self guided tour and stayed 51/2 hours and didn’t see everything. It covered the African American experience early in the Vietnam War and through the struggles down South including the bus boycotts and the sanitation strike in Memphis, which was why Martin was at the Lorraine when he died. His hotel room (306) was reconstructed exactly as it was in April of ’68 as was James Earl Ray’s boarding house room across the street. I can’t say enough of how this experience affected me and I’m so glad I went. We were pretty choked up when it was over.

We caught most of the band finals at the Orpheum on Sat. night and personally I didn’t think the level of quality was quite as high as 2007 but that’s just my opinion. The winning band had originals that were excellent and strayed a bit from pure blues and sported 2 smokin’ guitar players. Here’s who took the top spots in 2010:

The IBC honors the artists with awards in three demanding categories: band, solo/duo, and "Best Self-Produced CD." Matt Andersen, sponsored by Harvest Jazz and Blues from Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, walked off with the award for "Best Solo/Duo Artist," with second place honors going to Alphonso Sanders and Bill "Howl-n-Madd" Perry, sponsored by Mississippi's Crossroads Blues Society. The "Best Band" award was given this year to Grady Champion, brought to the challenge by the Mississippi Delta Blues Society of Indianola. Second place in this category was earned by the Karen Lovely Band, Cascade Blues Association, and the third spot went to Cheryl Renee with Them Bones, sponsored by the Cincy Blues Society.

We got out of town just in time as we heard part of our entourage got delayed due to Tornado warnings…just found out Marty and Denise had to stay an extra day and got home Monday afternoon, glad they were ok.

My sincere thanks to all those that supported my efforts at the IBC this year and especially to Karen Nugent and the Boston Blues society who put their faith and trust in me to represent Boston. I’m humbled and most grateful for the chance you offered me and it was an experience I’ll treasure always.



Sincerely,



Bruce Marshall



Ps, no French Fries or Cole Slaw for at least a month!!


Blues Challenge Update

Hi Folks,
We're just wrapping up an incredible weekend here in Memphis at the Blues Challenge.  I didn't win but really enjoyed myself, made tons of new friends and fans and my entourage was just incredible.  We went to the Civil Rights Musuem at the Lorraine Hotel and it was an experience I'll never forget.

There were 228 acts that competed and my night featured Matt Anderson who won the whole thing!  We're off to our flight shortly and more on this later.  Thanks to all that supported me.   Bruce

Blues Challenge Tonight!

Hi Folks,
We are checked in Memphis and will be heading down to Beale St. for the first night of the International Blues Challenge! Bruce will be playing on the 3rd floor of Club 152 at 6:10 pm. Wish us luck! We will try to upload some video tonight after the show, stay tuned!!!

Walkin' in Memphis

Catching a cab with friends at 3:30 this morning so we can be "walkin' in Memphis, walkin' with my feet ten feet off of Beale"... Thank you from the bottom of my heart to all that donated for the trip, I'll do my best to make you all proud! Will send blogs from the road, best, Bruce

Memphis Fundraiser & CD Release Party!

Don't miss the Bruce Marshall Group at Dante's in Marlborough, MA. Sat. Jan. 16th. This is a fundraiser to help send Bruce to Memphis for the Int. Blues Challenge Memphis next week and it's also a CD release party. We'll do giveaway's and you can enjoy killer barbecue, dancing, great production. Join us! 9:30-12:30 Dante's

Memphis Bound...

 
Hi Folks,
I've been chosen by the Boston Blues Society to compete at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, TN., on Jan. 20-23, 2010 in the solo category. I will need to cover my own expenses on this trip so any amount you contribute, no matter how small is greatly appreciated.

Now in it’s 26th year, the challenge features blues musicians from around the world competing for cash, prizes, and industry recognition. This is my 2nd trip to the challenge, we competed in 2007 with the Bruce Marshall Group. The Mike Crandall band won the band regional challenge this year and will also be headed to Memphis. The world's largest gathering of Blues acts represents an international search by The Blues Foundation and its affiliated organizations for the blues band and solo/duo blues musicians ready to take their act to the international stage. There will be 100 bands and 60 solo/duo acts entered, filling the clubs up and down Beale Street with the semi-finals Jan. 21 and 22 at various venues and the finals at the Orpheum Theater on the 23rd. I will do 2 solo sets on acoustic and steel body dobro, performing all original tunes.

To defray the costs of the trip, a fundraiser will take place at Dante’s in Marlborough, MA., on Jan. 16, with music provided by the Bruce Marshall Group. The show runs from 9:30-12:30, tickets are $7. For more information log on to
Dantes in Marlborough.

We’ve got quite a few fans flying down with us this year and hope to see as many of you as possible on Beale St. for more information log on to
International Blues Challenge 2010.
Thanks for your support!
Bruce Marshall

 

CD Release Party!

Hi Folks,
The finished CD is here! Thanks to all those who purchased the collectors edition we are sold out! For those that want the finished copy they are now available to ship or pick up at any of our shows. Make your plans and consider reserving a table ahead for our CD release party at Strange Brew on January 9th.

The New Bruce Marshall Group CD is Done!

It’s finally here, the new Bruce Marshall Group studio CD is now available for downloading and you can pre order a copy which we hope to have in hand by Dec. 18th. “Misspent Youth” contains 12 new Bruce Marshall original songs, including many fan favorites. There’s something here for everyone as the disc touches on shades of R & B, Blues, Rock and Soul, with stellar production throughout! The tunes are infectious, the performances are right on and the production of the disc is pristine. Dave Cournoyer played guitars, bass and notched a production credit on the disc and as to be expected his guitar work is mesmerizing throughout. Bruce sang lead vocals and played electric, acoustic and dobro guitars on his strongest collection of songs to date. Newest member Ed Grenga spiced up the sound on hammond organ and piano, John Donahoe adds fiddle and sax, Jeff Majeau and Neil Taylor played bass and Steve Wolpe and Pete Premo are on drums.

Our guests include vocalist Sally Marshall on “Slave to my Senses” and “Misspent Youth”, James Montgomery lays down a blistering harp solo on “3 Chords and the Truth”, and Britt Sawdon sings on “Procrastination”.

Thanks for stopping by and hope you like the new look to the site, we’ve got a new service and there’s a number of new features that should make it easier to navigate and offer more info on the group. Thanks to Michelle for all her hard work on the new site and the graphics on the new cd, which is a “digipack” design that uses less plastic. Let us know how you like the new CD and your suggestions are welcomed.

Our thanks go out to all those involved in the project and to our fans who have waited patiently for this release.
Our first official CD release party is at
Strangebrew in Manchester, NH on Jan. 9th.


Opening for Huey Lewis & The News!

I'll be doing a solo opener for Huey Lewis & The News at Hampton Casino Ballroom on Sunday, July 11. This one will be a first for me, these guys put on a first rate show, horns, the whole nine yards! It should sell out, 1100 tix already sold, still time to get great seats! 8:00 Tix are $40-$75.
169 Ocean ...Blvd, Hampton, NH. 603-929-4100 www.casinoballroom.com

207 video is now online!

So the airing of last nights show was postponed due to a tornato warning broadcast but a video clip is onlie to see here: 207
I'll be featured today (July 21) on NBC's 207, a show on WCSH, Channel 6 out of Portland, ME. It will air live at 7:00PM for my Maine friends and will be on their website about an hour later, just go to www.wcsh6.com and click on 207 to view it. Thanks to Chris Bernazzani, Executive producer Becki Smith and the rest of the team. They taped a segment in studio with me last month and I performed "There Go I" and "3 Chords & the Truth" and they chatted with me for a couple minutes afterwards. Have not seen it yet...


Bruce Opens for Tower of Power!

Hi Folks,
My incredible 2010 summer run at Hampton Casino Ballroom continues this Thursday, July 29 with another solo opener, this time for the legendary Tower of Power! Known as a “musicians band”, the Casino decided to book them on a Thursday so more musicians could attend. Together for 42 years, their 10 piece lineup still has 5 original members including founders Emilio Castillo and Doc Kupka, Mic Gillete and of course the killer rhythm section of David Garibaldi and Francis Rocco Prestia. Their infectious “Urban Soul” will surely raise the rafters at the Ballroom and is a show you don’t want to miss.

I’ll be covering tunes from my 6 releases on acoustic and dobro and really looking forward to this one. Doors are at 6, I play from 8-8:30 and Tower should be on around 9. Tickets are 20.50 for GA, 24.50 Reserved and 30.50 for Gold seats. 169 Ocean Blvd, Hampton, NH. 03842. 603-929-4100. Buy tickets online at: Casino Ballroom. Thanks to Live Nation for putting me on this bill in addition to Huey Lewis and Dennis DeYoung; The Music of Styx shows earlier this summer. Also, thanks to Michelle for creating a fabulous website for me, the headliners log on to check me out and it appears they’re impressed! Hope to see you there!

Blues Barge at the Boston Harbor Hotel!

The Bruce Marshall Group plays the Blues Barge at the Boston Harbor Hotel tonight, Thursday Aug. 12 from 6-10 PM. Last chance to enjoy the group at one of the most beautiful venues out there, our second and last show here this summer. We'll have the 5 piece lineup and it promises to be a special night! No cover, parking in the BHH garage, grab a bite and enjoy the show. 70 Rowes Wharf, 02110. 617-439-7000.

Boston Herald Review

BRUCE MARSHALL GROUP
By Nate Dow
Friday, June 11, 2010


“Misspent Youth” (ATM): B+

Since disbanding his Boston-based band, Bruce Marshall and the Clue, in the late ’80s to form this group, it has been a long ride for the Concord singer/songwriter. Thankfully much of it is captured here in the group’s fifth recording. Marshall says the autobiographical core of the album is slightly embellished in its oft-visited themes of addiction, youthful ignorance, lost love and personal remorse, but his songs are so well-crafted that it all rings anew. With a Jesse Winchester-like skill for blending blues, country and jazz and a monster ear for a hook, Marshall’s tunes have a way of taking hold and resonating long after they end. Download: “3 Chords and the Truth.”









Getting cabin fever? Now that winter has set in and the rush of the holiday season is behind us it's time to shake off those shut in blues and check out a show! Go to our shows page here and see the full list of gigs!
Are you a musician looking for spot to try out your new material? Check out our new open mic page and come out for a night of great local music. These are great opportunities to network with other musicians and just have fun!


Thank you readers & fans!
I recently found out I won Outstanding Acoustic Musician in the 2011 Blues Audience Readers Poll. They listed all the winners on the magazine cover w/ photos and include Dave Maxwell, Sugar Ray, Toni Lynn Washington, Marty Richards and others. I'm honored to be in such company, thank you for voting for me this year and in 2006! The Blues Audience is the only independent blues magazine in NE and supports musicians in a myriad of ways.

















You may notice som
e changes to the format in our attempts at making the site more useful. This opening page will have a “Spotlight” emphasis on it and will include any special upcoming shows we want to highlight, band news, reviews and any other pertinent information that could be of interest at first glance. Thanks for your suggestions as we tweak the site and a special
thanks for supporting Bruce Ma
rshall, The Bruce Marshall Group and Montgomery & Marshall. We encourage you to send reviews of our live act and recordings and can do that by clicking the Reviews tab. A complete list of shows through the end of the year is on the Shows page. Be sure to click on “See all shows” at the top.


 
On the live front, 2010 has been quite a summer for Bruce, with 29 gigs logged in June, 24 in July and 27 in August. Solo highlights include a record breaking 3 shows at the Casino Ballroom in Hampton in May and July with Dennis DeYoung (music of Styx), Huey Lewis & The News, and Tower of Power. Bruce also shared the stage with the Subdudes in Maine and was
featured on NBC’s “207” show on WCSH Portland, ME and, C-C TV, Concord, MA. Bruce has gotten quite a bit of press of late with the new CD just out including The Boston Herald, Metronome and Boston Blues Society. They’re on the
Reviews page.

The Bruce Marshall Group kicked off the concert season performing at the WZLX Finish Line Party for the Boston Marathon. Carter Alan put the band live on the air and is pushing the BMG tune “Three Chords & the Truth” on his Sunday show. You can request the tune here.


 
Bruce’s open mic’s continue to flourish, with Tues’ Main St’s Market in Concord still red hot and Smoken Joes on Mondays and Firefly’s on Weds doing great.

Don't Miss....


Don’t miss this special night of music with Montgomery and Marshall and Jon Pousette-Dart at the
Shalin Liu Theater in Rockport, MA. on April 1. James and Bruce play a duo set to open, Jon will do his show then
M & M will join Jon on 4 of his tunes. Bruce is a big Pousette-Dart fan and really looking forward to this collaboration.

The Pousette-Dart Band were signed to Capitol Records in the 70’s and had a string of hits including “County Line”, “Amnesia” and “Fall on Me”. Led by singer-songwriter and guitarist Jon Pousette-Dart, the group built a reputation as a strong live act as well as putting out quality recordings. They continue to perform nationally and Jon is also known for his solo work.

The 330 seat theater Shalin Liu is an extraordinary music hall w/ superb acoustics and spectacular views of the ocean and has become an important cultural resource for the greater Boston community, attracting well-known performers, audiences, and visitors to Cape Ann. Imagine listening to world-renowned artists performing in an intimate concert hall overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. The beauty of the setting, the rich and lively sound of the hall, and the close relationship between audience and performers become an essential part of the concert experience here at the Shalin Liu Theater. Tickets are $39 and $49, get them early for this event!

New Room for BMG!

Saturday, April 9 9:00 pm
Absolutely Fabulous
454 Main Street, Melrose, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group



This is the first time for the band in this room and we would love your support. This is a fun and cozy venue with absolutely fabulous food!


Vote Today!

Folks, I’ve been nominated for a Worcester Music Award and I would very much appreciate your vote. I’ve been nominated in the “Legends” category, an Award for the band/performer that is still going strong and is an important part of local music history. The awards are sponsored by Pulse magazine and I was very touched I was considered for this. Thank you for all your support. If you click on the link below all you have to do is add your e-mail address and scroll down to #26 to vote for me. Wish me luck!

 

New Open Mic!

Hi folks,
I’m hosting a new open mic the 4th Thursday of each month, here are the details:

Thursday, April 28 7:00 pm
Great Brook Farm
356 Main Street, Bolton, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Hosts Open Mic
Website

978-779-6680

Sign up in person after 6:15. 2 Songs per player, no full drum kits.
Bass player bring small amp, no house keyboard, no cover charge.

I’m very excited to be hosting a new open mic at Great Brook Farms in Bolton. It will be the 4th Thursday of every month and run from 7-10 PM. We invite all musicians to support this new series in the lovely confines of GBF. Enjoy great acoustics, the areas best barbecue and sandwiches and the opportunity to play in front of an appreciative audience. This is a great way to network with other artists and explore different musical collaborations with attendees.

New Open Mic

Thursday, May 26 7:00 pm
Great Brook Farm
356 Main Street, Bolton, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Hosts Open Mic
Website


I’m very excited to be hosting a new open mic at Great Brook Farms in Bolton. We had a great time last month and are confident this will grow into a music destination. We invite all musicians to support this new series in the lovely confines of GBF. Enjoy great acoustics, the areas best barbecue and sandwiches and the opportunity to play in front of an appreciative audience. This is a great way to network with other artists and explore different musical collaborations with attendees. Sign up in person after 6:15. 2 Songs per player, no full drum kits. Bass player bring small amp, no house keyboard.


Road Trip to Maine!

Friday, June 3 8:00 pm
Opening for James Montgomery Band
Biddeford City Theater

205 Main Street, Biddeford, ME (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Solo Opener for The James Montgomery Band
Website

$25.00-$35.00-$55.00 (Buy tickets)
Bruce is looking forward to his return to the City Theater in Biddeford, Maine on Friday, June 3rd and you can expect a healthy dose of songs from his latest CD “Misspent Youth” on acoustic guitar and dobro. His previous appearance here 4 years ago was considered by many of his fans to be his finest solo show ever. The James Montgomery Band will headline the show and they’ve never sounded better, coming off the recent Legends tour with some of the biggest names in the business.

The theme of the evening is “The Best of Maine” and features Pete Kilpatrick, the singer songwriter and band leader who’s won best male vocalist in Maine in a readers poll four years in a row. Mark Miller was awarded Maine’s best guitarist in Music Database in 2010, Marie Moreshead was voted top female vocalist in the 2010 Portland Phoenix and David Hull is fresh off tours with Aerosmith and The Joe Perry Project and enjoying the fruits of his new band CD.

The Theater was built in 1896 and has been restored to it’s original splendor with modern conveniences and comfort. The acoustics are superb with updated sound and lighting and a new air conditioning system. You can expect some jams at this one, especially with James and Bruce already in a duo together, David Hull who goes back 15 years with JMB and our history with the other artist’s. Tickets are $25, $35 and $55, online or by phone (and at the door): 207-282-0849
205 Main St., Biddeford, Maine. 04005. Don’t miss this opportunity to enjoy a great night of music in a magical setting.


Opening for The Tedeschi Trucks Band!

Thursday, June 16 8:00 pm
Opening for The Tedeschi Trucks Band!
Casino Ballroom: 169 Hampton Blvd, Hampton, NH (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Solo Opener for The Tedeschi Trucks Band
Website
$36.00-$56.00-$70.00 (Buy tickets)

I'm excited to announce I'm opening solo for the Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi Band at
Hampton Casino Ballroom in Hampton, NH on June 16, 8-8:30. This is my biggest show so far in 2011 and I hope you’ll join me for what will be a fabulous night of music. I’ll be featuring songs from my latest CD on guitar and Dobro and some brand new material as well. This is my 15 summer playing Hampton and it’s always a highlight for me.

As husband-wife couples go in the world of music, it is a challenge to find a duo as well-fitted and naturally prolific as that of singer/guitarist Susan Tedeschi and guitarist Derek Trucks. They are both heavily steeped in the blues tradition, yet open to far-ranging influences including rock, gospel, jazz and World music. Each has produced recordings that share a sensibility best described as a swampy mix of rootsy, rockin’ American music. The two have played on each other’s albums, toured together intermittently, and last year they each received individual Grammy nominations in the category of “Best Contemporary Blues Album” for their 2009 albums, Tedeschi for Back To The River and Trucks for Already Free (which he won). As well, they often perform together with the Allman Brothers Band—with whom Trucks continues to play as co-lead guitarist. Susan is one of the most powerful and emotional singers in the blues world and Derek has taken slide guitar to new heights, after hearing records by Duane Allman as a young boy. His uncle is Butch Trucks, drummer for the Allman Brothers and he introduced a young Derek to Southern Rock early on and put him on stage with the Allmans at the tender age of 13!

BMG 5piece at Chan's!

Friday, June 24 8:00 pm
Chan's Jazz & Blues Club
267 Main Street, Woonsocket, RI (MAP)
401-765-1900
Bruce Marshall Group
Website
(Buy Tickets)


Hi Folks,
On Friday, June 24, The Bruce Marshall Group makes it’s long awaited debut to Chans, in Woonsocket, RI. Considered one of the finest concert clubs on the East coast, the list of internationally renowned acts that make a stop here is a who’s who of jazz, blues and R & B greats. The intimate, 150 seat Four Seasons Jazz and Blues Club is the perfect venue for BMG and we hope you’ll support us on what promises to be a fabulous evening. The group has added multi-talented John Donahoe on Fiddle and Sax and he’s has played with BMG since 2000. Experience the 5 piece lineup in one of the premiere concert clubs in the Northeast. We’ll be debuting new songs, look for some acoustic offerings and other surprises. Chan’s is also a Chinese Restaurant offering 4 different cuisines, so bring your appetite. Tickets are only $10 and the show starts at 8pm, with the possibility of a later show at 10pm if we sell out the 8pm. Call the club for more info or click on the Buy Tickets link above.


Nashua Folk Festival - Rained Out!

RAINED OUT!
Saturday, June 25 6:00 pm
Nashua Folk Festival
Historic Holman Stadium: 100 Concord St, Nashua, NH (MAP)

Rare chance to see this all star line up!
* Tom Rush
* Jonathon Edwards
* Jon Pousette-Dart
* Kate Taylor
* Terri Lee
James Montgomery and Bruce Marshall will be opening the show for this all star lineup!
Website

BMG & The Peacheaters!

Sunday, June 26 4:00 pm
BMG & The Peacheaters!
Great Brook Farm: 356 Main Street, Bolton, MA (MAP)

The Bruce Marshall Group and the Peacheaters will bring this red hot double bill back on Sunday, June 26th. Bruce Marshall Group and Peacheaters from 4:00 - 10:00pm
Website

Bruce Marshall Solo at the Cornish Inn!

Saturday, July 9 7:00 pm
Cornish Inn
2 High Rd, Cornish, ME (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Solo
Website



BMG at Strange Brew Tavern!

Friday, July 8 9:00 pm
Strange Brew Tavern
88 Market St, Manchester, NH (MAP)

Bruce Marshall Group
Website


Opening for Johnny A!

Friday, July 22 8:00 pm
Opening for Johnny A
Blue Ocean Music Hall

4 Oceanfront North, Salisbury, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Duo
Website
$25.00 (Buy tickets)

New Room For BMG!

Saturday, July 23 8:30 pm
Billiards Cafe
39 Main Street, Ayer, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group
Website

Slater's Open Mic

Thursday, July 28 7:00 pm
Slater's
356 Main Street, Bolton, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Hosts Open Mic

BMG at Rick's Cafe!

Saturday, July 30 9:00 pm
Rick's Cafe
Route 302 On the Causeway, Naples, ME (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group
Website

Boston Harbor Hotel Blues Barge

Thursday, August 11 6:00 pm
Boston Harbor Hotel Blues Barge
Boston Harbor Hotel: 70 Rowes Wharf, Boston, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group
Website

Hudson Balloon Festival

Saturday, August 13 5:00 pm
Hudson Balloon Festival
Hudson Elks Lodge: 99 Park Street, Hudson, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group
Website


BMG Back at Center Theatre


Saturday, August 20 7:00 pm
Center Theatre
20 East Main Street, Dover-Foxcroft, ME (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group
Website
We hope to see all our north country friends when The Bruce Marshall Group returns to The Center Theatre, thanks to local sponsor, Mayo Regional Hospital.

In a recent interview with the venue Bruce states “The music will be of special interest to people who appreciate the Dobro resonator guitar and the unique uses of the "tin can with strings" when he slaps a pickup on his model D60 and amplifies it. The traditional unadorned, yet brilliant, dobro sound becomes transformed”.
"I just started using it in my solo act many, many years ago and people wouldn't let me put it down, I originally got it just to use on five or six songs to break up the set a little bit and people would be just yelling, 'More steel! More steel! So it just kind of clicked and I've kind of become a bit known for it."

The first of two 50-minute sets might open with a slower song like "Blues in the House" from Misspent Youth and then consciously build excitement. "There will be these really strong peaks then we'll bring it way down and cut loose with a ballad," explains Marshall. The band does a lot of dynamic layering within songs as well.

The band's latest CD, Misspent Youth (2010), will have special keepsake value to local fans because the cover bears the image of the Center Theatre façade with the band's name on the marquee. They performed here in 2008 to a near-capacity crowd. Tickets for Aug. 20 show featuring two 50-minute sets are $12 in advance or $15 at the door and may be purchased at Mr. Paperback, Fox Brook Variety, Forget Me Not Flowers, the Piscataquis Chamber of Commerce office or Center Theatre in person or online at centertheatre.org or by calling (207) 564-8943.

New Room!!!

Friday, August 26 10:00 pm
The Village Smokehouse
98 Middle Street, Lowell, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group
Website
Come out and support the band for our debut at The Village Smokehouse in Lowell! Great location and food, this should be a rock'n night. Band starts at 10pm doors at 9pm word on the street is that street parking can be tough so leave extra time or choose the Leo Roy Parking Facility on 100 Market Street. (MAP)

Opening for Creedence Clearwater Revisited!

Wednesday, August 31 7:30 pm
Opening for Creedence Clearwater Revisited
North Shore Music Theatre

62 Dunham Road, Beverly, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Solo
Website
(Buy tickets)

Troubadour Series Presents


Canceled
I'm sorry to announce that the Montgomery and Marshall 2 night appearance at the Guthrie Center in Great Barrington, MA. on Sept. 2 & 3 is canceled. The venue has flooded out due to Irene and the electrical system has been compromised. I expect a reschedule for this show and my apologies to our fans that were looking forward to this, thank you for your understanding. We wish the Guthrie Center the best of luck in getting it up and running soon.


With A Little Help From My Friends

Sunday, September 11 8:00 pm
“With A Little Help From My Friends”
Scullers Jazz Club

400 Soldiers Field Road, Boston, MA (MAP)
I'll be at Scullers, September 11th with James Montgomery & Friends for a special concert for project hope on the 10th anniversary of Sept. 11th.  “With A Little Help From My Friends” is a tribute to Paige Farley Hackel and all those lost 10 years ago. With surprise guests from the Boston music scene!
Tickets $35 general ad, $100 VIP w/ meet and greet.
Doors at 7:00, show time 8:00.
GA $35.00 VIP $100.00 (Buy tickets)

Slater's Open Mic!

Thursday, September 22 7:00 pm
Slater's
356 Main Street, Bolton, MA (MAP)

Bruce Marshall Hosts Open Mic
Website


Nourish Solo

Friday, September 23 8:00 pm
Nourish
1727 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington, MA (MAP)

Bruce Marshall Solo
Website


BMG at IOB

Saturday, September 24 9:00 pm
Inn On The Blues
7 Ocean Avenue, York Beach, ME (MAP)

Bruce Marshall Group
Website

BMG at Dantes

Friday, September 30 9:00 pm
Dante's
350 East Main Street, Marlborough, MA (MAP)

Bruce Marshall Group
Website


Thursday - Slater's Open Mic!

Thursday, October 13 7:00 pm
Slater's
356 Main Street, Bolton, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Hosts Open Mic
Website

New Room For BMG!

Saturday, October 22 9:30 pm
The Dubliner
197 Market Street, Lowell, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group
Website

BMG at Smoken Joe's

Friday, October 28 9:00 pm
Smoken’ Joe’s Barbeque & Blues

351 Washington Street, Brighton, MA (
MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group
Website

Bruce Solo at the Dubliner!

Thursday, November 3 9:00 pm
The Dubliner
197 Market Street, Lowell, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Solo
Website


BMG at Strange Brew Tavern!

Saturday, November 5 9:00 pm
Strange Brew Tavern
88 Market St, Manchester, NH (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group
Website

Montgomery & Marshall Feature at Slater's!

Thursday, November 10 7:00 pm
Slater's
356 Main Street, Bolton, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Hosts Open Mic
Website


On Nov. 10th, Bruce will be joined by James Montgomery, his duo partner since ‘94 as a special feature during his Thursday open mic. The duo has shared the stage with BB King, John Hiatt, Edgar Winter, Steven Tyler and Brad Whitford and Peter Frampton, among others. They have 2 CD’s to their credit and have earned a reputation as one of the most exciting blues duos on the circuit today. Look for a mix of originals, chestnuts and pre war blues. Their chemistry and musicianship must be experienced live, don’t miss this rare event! Bruce will start solo at 7:00, bring up a couple players and then look for M & M to take the stage around 7:45 for a 60 min. feature. James will sit in with attendees later in the evening and we’ll go to around 10:30.

BMG opens for Roomful of Blues!

Saturday, November 12, 7:30 pm
BMG opens for Roomful of Blues!
Show Case Live

23 Patriot Place, Foxborough, MA (MAP)
(Buy tickets)
Website


The 4 piece Bruce Marshall Group will be ripping through cuts from their latest CD, “Misspent Youth” and is looking forward to their debut at this incredible venue. Even though Roomful of Blues’ lineup has changed over the years, the band has always been one of the tightest, most joyful blues ensembles in the world. Currently an eight-piece unit led by guitarist Chris Vachon, the band has never sounded fresher or stronger. In 2010, singer Phil Pemberton took over the vocal duties, bringing his sweet and soulful vocals and adding another bright new dimension to the jazzy, jump-blues musical roots. Their winning combination of jump, swing, blues, R&B and soul remains their calling card, as does their ability to fill the dance floor.

Slater's Holiday Party!

Saturday, December 3 7:30 pm
Slater's Holiday Party!
356 Main Street, Bolton, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall & James Montgomery
Website

M&M Friday Night Show!!!

Friday, December 9 7:30 pm
Bristol Commons Restaurant

553 Kelley Boulevard, North Attleboro, MA (MAP)
Montgomery & Marshall Duo
Website
Phone: 508-699-2446
Only $5 cover!


James Montgomery & Bruce Marshall acoustic duo will appear at Bristol Commons Restaurant in N. Attleboro, MA. this Friday, Dec. 9. Another rare weekend night to enjoy one of the best blues duos in the biz in a beautiful new restaurant & function room that holds 250. Bristol Commons won a gold plate award from TV Diner and they'll be a light food menu. Doors are at 7:30, showtime 8-10:30 Call ahead for reservations!

M&M at Fireflys Friday!!!

Friday, December 16 9:00 pm
Montgomery & Marshall Duo!
Firefly's
235 Old Ct Path, Framingham, MA (MAP)
Ok it's official my solo gig for this Friday, Dec. 16 at Firefly's in Framingham, MA is now a James Montgomery and Bruce Marshall duo gig. This marks the 3rd weekend night the duo has appeared in Dec, please join us for some holiday merriment from 9-11. There's no cover, award winning barbecue, tons of free parking and great staff. You never know who might sit in!
Website

Thursday - Slater's Open Mic!

Thursday, December 22 7:00 pm
Slater's
356 Main Street, Bolton, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Hosts Open Mic
Website

Montgomery Marshall Duo is Back!!!

Thursday, December 29 8:00 pm
Montgomery Marshall Duo is Back!!!
Bristol Commons Restaurant:
553 Kelley Boulevard,
North Attleboro, MA (MAP)

Website
Phone: 508-699-2446
Only $10 cover!

Nourish Solo

Friday, December 30 8:00 pm
Nourish
1727 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Solo
Website

This Saturday!!!

Saturday, January 7 9:30 pm
Dante's
350 East Main Street, Marlborough, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group
Website


M&M Friday Night Show!!!

Friday, January 13 9:30 pm
Montgomery & Marshall Duo!
Louis
1269 Sea Street, Quincy, MA (MAP)
Website


BMG back at the Press Room

Saturday, January 14 9:00 pm
The Press Room
77 Daniel Street, Portsmouth, NH (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group
Website

M&M at Louis Friday!!!

Friday, February 3 9:30 pm
Montgomery & Marshall Duo!
Louis

1269 Sea Street, Quincy, MA (MAP)
Website


Montgomery & Marshall Feature at Slater's!

Thursday, February 9, 7:00 pm
Montgomery & Marshall Duo!
Slater's

356 Main Street, Bolton, MA (MAP)
Website
Ok it's official my open mic for this Thursday, February 9th at Slater's in Bolton, MA will feature the James Montgomery and Bruce Marshall duo. You never know who might sit in!

New Room!!!

Saturday, February 11 8:00 pm
Columbia Tavern
11 Merriam Avenue, Leominster, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Solo
website


Opening For Johnny Lang

Saturday, February 18 7:30 pm
Opening For Johnny Lang at
Show Case Live

23 Patriot Place, Foxborough, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall & Dave Cournoyer Duo
Website

Bruce Solo at Nourish!

Friday, February 24 8:00 pm
Nourish
1727 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Solo
Website

Bruce Solo at Blaser's

Thursday, March 15 7:00 pm
Blaser's Fireside Tavern
157 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Solo

St. Patrick's Day Dance

Saturday, March 17
St. Patrick's Day Dance
Exchange Hall
2 School St, Acton, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group
$40 ea $75 per couple (Buy Tickets)
21+
Click here for the Wicked Local Deal Online

BMG at Smoken Joe's

Friday, April 6 9:00 pm
Smoken’ Joe’s Barbeque & Blues
351 Washington Street, Brighton, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group

M&M back at Mast Cove!!!

Thursday, April 12 7:30 pm
Mast Cove Art Gallery
2 Mast Cove Lane, Kennebunkport, ME (MAP)
Bruce Marshall & James Montgomery Duo

Noise Magazine Review







The Noise Magazine

By A.J. Wachtel
November 2011


Pulling into the huge parking lot at Patriot Place, I’m thinking, 20 minutes out of Boston and I can eat, drink and be very merry here, and I laugh. Bruce Marshall is just beginning his set when I walk in and he plays a bunch of cuts from his latest CD, Misspent Youth. Marshall is a premier songwriter and his tunes are all hummable with memorable hooks and after many of the melodies you wonder if it was a cover you just heard or if it is an original composition; his radio-friendly music is of the highest-caliber and guitarist David Cournoyer (ex-the Vex) is one of the best unknown six-stringers in the area. “Say A Little Listen A Lot” is one of his typical uptempo power-pop tunes with jazz chords and a bit of swing mixed in and the crowd loves the sound. This is a good opening band for Roomful and everyone in the audience is here to have a good time. Bruce’s band sets the partying mood for the night.

The headliner’s set is so diverse: Jump. Swing. Blues. Rockabilly. R & B. Soul. And the sound system in this club is so good that their eight instruments surround you and sweep you away with them as they crush the room with their musical momentum. “Boogie Woogie Country Girl” by Big Joe Turner. “Jambalaya” by Hank Williams. “T-Bone Boogie” by T. Bone Walker are some of the covers they do and “She Walks Right In,” “Just A Little Love,” and “Time Brings Bout A Change” from their latest CD “Hook, Line and Sinker” showcase vocalist Phil Pemberton’s sweet and personal vocals. Every word he sings sounds like he’s singing it just to you in the audience. Chris Vachon’s great guitar is a treat also. And when trumpeter Doug Woolverton walks through the crowd while soloing in “Jambalaya” the night really catches fire. There is a lot going on during their music. During one song everyone onstage becomes quiet as baritone saxist Mark Earley plays the bass lines for a bunch of measures while alto/tenor saxist Rich Lataille plays the melody. Moments like this really shine the light on how good the musicians in this band really are. A great night just a stone’s throw from downtown Boston.


New Room!!!

Saturday, April 28 8:00 pm
Columbia Tavern
11 Merriam Avenue, Leominster, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Solo
website


M&M at Louis Thursday!!!

Thursday, May 3 9:00 pm
Louis
1269 Sea Street, Quincy, MA (MAP)
Montgomery & Marshall
Website


Bruce Solo at Louis!

Saturday, May 5 9:00 pm
Louis
1269 Sea Street, Quincy, MA (MAP)


BMG at Dante's!!!

Friday, May 11 9:30 pm
Dante's
350 East Main Street, Marlborough, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group
Website

Not to Miss!!!

Saturday, May 12 7:00 pm
Sea Crest Beach Hotel
350 Quaker Road -Old Silver Beach Cape Cod, Falmouth, MA (MAP)
The Reel Blues Fest with MVY Radio present: Jonathan Edwards, Kate Taylor, James Montgomery & Bruce Marshall!
Website

BMG at Stange Brew!!!

Saturday, May 26 9:00 pm
Strange Brew Tavern
88 Market St, Manchester, NH (
MAP)
Website

Bruce Solo at the Press Room

Thursday, May 31 9:00 pm
The Press Room
77 Daniel Street, Portsmouth, NH (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Solo

BMG back at IOB!!!

Saturday, June 2 9:30 pm
Inn On The Blues
7 Ocean Avenue, York Beach, ME (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group
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Bruce Solo at Columbia Tavern

Friday, June 8 8:00 pm
Columbia Tavern
11 Merriam Avenue, Leominster, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Solo
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New Room for BMG!

Saturday, June 16 8:00 pm
The Inn on Main
200 N. Main Street, Wolfeboro, NH (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group
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$15 advance, $20 at the door

BMG Back at The Blues Barge!!!

Thursday, June 28 6:00 pm
Boston Harbor Hotel Blues Barge
Boston Harbor Hotel
70 Rowes Wharf, Boston, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group

BMG Back at the Tupelo!!!

Saturday, June 30 8:00 pm
Tupelo Music Hall
2 Young Road, Londonderry, NH (MAP)
$22.00 (Buy Tickets)

Special Guest Sara Thompson!

Thursday, July 5 9:00 pm
Louis
1269 Sea Street, Quincy, MA (MAP)

Bruce Marshall & Sara Thompson
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BMG Back at Chan's!!!

Friday, July 6 8:00 pm
Chan's Jazz & Blues Club
267 Main Street, Woonsocket, RI (MAP)


The Bruce Marshall Group makes it’s long awaited return to Chan's, in Woonsocket, RI. Considered one of the finest concert clubs on the East coast, the list of internationally renowned acts that make a stop here is a who’s who of jazz, blues and R & B greats. The intimate, 150 seat Four Seasons Jazz and Blues Club is the perfect venue for BMG and we hope you’ll support us on what promises to be a fabulous evening.We’ll be debuting new songs, look for some acoustic offerings and other surprises. Chan’s is also a Chinese Restaurant offering 4 different cuisines, so bring your appetite!
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BMG at Smoken Joe's

Saturday, July 21 9:00 pm
Smoken’ Joe’s Barbeque & Blues
351 Washington Street, Brighton, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group
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BMG Back at The Blues Barge!!!

Thursday, August 9 6:00 pm
Boston Harbor Hotel Blues Barge
Boston Harbor Hotel
70 Rowes Wharf, Boston, MA (MAP)
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RIP Stuart Swanlund

The Bruce Marshall Group sends it's deepest condolences to the family and friends of Stuart Swanlund and the Marshall Tucker Band. Stuart passed away at 54 on 8-4-12 from a lengthy illness . I had the pleasure of meeting Stuart twice, at a Hampton Casino opener and with my band at Ocean Blue in MA a couple years ago. As always, he was upbeat, friendly and supportive and his playing was inspiring. Shortly after Stuart joined MTB in the mid eighties, I joined the Toy Caldwell Band and I've always felt a kindred spirit with Stuart as he continued the Tucker legacy with Doug and Jerry. I played the same songs with Toy Caldwell, at some of the same venues, though not nearly as long as Stuart's 27 years with Doug. He lived his dream and that should be celebrated. A tragic loss for the music world and lucky are those fortunate to have known Stuart. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his loved ones.

BMG at Main Streets Cafe

Friday, August 10 8:30 pm
Main Streets Market & Cafe
42 Main Street, Concord, MA (MAP)
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Bruce Solo at Louis!

Saturday, August 11 9:00 pm
Louis
1269 Sea Street, Quincy, MA (MAP)

Sunday Duo at Casino Warf

Sunday, August 26th 4:00 pm
Bruce Marshall Duo with Dave Cournoyer
Casino Wharf
286 Grand Avenue, Falmouth Heights, MA (MAP)
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BMG at Main Streets Cafe

Saturday, September 1 8:30 pm
Main Streets Market & Cafe
42 Main Street, Concord, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group
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M&M at Louis Thursday!!!

Thursday, September 6th, 9:00 pm
Louis
1269 Sea Street, Quincy, MA (MAP)

BMG at Stange Brew!!!

Friday, September 7, 9:00 pm
Strange Brew Tavern
88 Market St, Manchester, NH (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group
Website

RIP Stuart Covington 9.4.12


With great sadness I learned that Stuart Covington passed away Tue eve, Sept. 4, 2012. Stuart was an extraordinary man and a dear friend. My prayers go out to his wife Elizabeth and their families and the entire Bruce Marshall Group family sends it’s deepest condolences. 
Stu was always so full of life, a warm and funny guy we all loved to be around. He was a carpenter and builder, drummer, producer, engineer and serious collector. His love of recording spanned 3 prof studios, finally settling in Lunenburg, MA in the home he and Elizabeth built together. His love of vintage Japanese motorcycles and Lionel trains is legendary and he enjoyed attending swap meets and touring on his beloved Honda Gold Wing. 
Many of you in the music business remember Stu when he moved his Florida band "Powerglide" to the Boston area around 1980, he was their founder and drummer and they took NE by storm for the next decade. I met Stu because we shared a booking agent and played all the same rooms and our friendship never waned.  Along the way, Stu indulged his love of recording and production and built several studios while working full time as a home builder. I’m proud to say I recorded in all of them. There are too many fond memories to mention and I’m grateful I have the songs he produced for my band to always remind me of him. 
The last time I saw Stu was in early June and it was then he told me he had cancer. I was amazed at his strength and determination to fight it and he also told me he’d lived an enriched life and if he could get close to 60 years old, he’d be happy.  Our common bond was music and motorcycles. I took my bike to his studio to work on some new tracks that last day and when we were done we rode to Kimball Farm in Jaffrey, NH for an ice cream. Naturally, Stu was going to ride his newly acquired Honda 305 Dream, which got all kinds of attention and he made some new friends. That was my buddy Stu, a friend I’m really going to miss. 

9/11 Memorial Fundraiser!

Tuesday, September 11 8:00 pm
9/11 Memorial Fundraiser
Scullers Jazz Club: 400 Soldiers Field Road, Boston, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall solo acoustic set opening for James Montgomery and Friends
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$25.00 (Buy tickets)

M&M back at Mast Cove!!!

Thursday, September 13 7:30 pm
Mast Cove Art Gallery
2 Mast Cove Lane, Kennebunkport, ME (MAP)
Bruce Marshall & James Montgomery Duo
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$15.00 Donation

Opening for John Hiatt!!!

Saturday, September 29 7:30 pm
Flying Monkey
39 South Main Street, Plymouth, NH (MAP)
Bruce Marshall opens for John Hiatt.
Website
$55.00 and Up (Buy tickets)

Opening for Sonny Landreth!!!

Sunday, September 30 7:00 pm
Tupelo Music Hall
2 Young Road, Londonderry, NH
(MAP)
Bruce Marshall Opens for Sonny Landreth!
Website
$30.00
(Buy tickets)

Blues Bus!!!

Thanks to my good buddy Dave Giammatteo for coming up with a fresh twist on live shows, he's calling it
"The Blues Bus". The debut is on Oct. 7, Montgomery and Marshall play 2 sets at Margaritavilles at Mohegan Sun, Uncasville, Ct. Included in the ticket price is a round trip motor coach with snax and beverages, Buffet dinner, $15 gaming package at Mohegan Sun, Blues Bus T-shirt, Pizza for the ride home and Montgomery and Marshall will ride the bus with you and will probably tell some jokes.
All this for just $69 per person, tax and gratuity included.

Departs Riverside in Newton at 12:30PM, home by midnight or depart Millbury Park and Ride at 1pm and home by 11:30pm.
The following day is a holiday so what’s your excuse? Get aboard the blues bus!

• Space is limited to the first 100 to RSVP
• Additional buses may be added
• Bruce & James will ride the first 2 buses that sell out
• All riders must be 21+

Can’t ride the bus? If the departure points don’t work for you geographically, but you want to join the fun, there are a couple options available to you. Please call 508-970-0066 for details.

Details and reservations: 508-970-0066 or visit: www.thebluesbus.com

Rock and Blues Festival!!!

Saturday, October 13 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Rock & Blues Benefit Festival!!!
The Fairgrounds at Lancaster
Route 117, Lancaster, MA
(MAP)
$20 General Admission in Advance
$25 General Admission at the Gate
(Buy tickets)

M&M at Charles Cafe Friday!!!

Friday, October 26 7:00 pm
The Charles Cafe
35 Main Street, Millis, MA (MAP)
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$30 pp Includes Show & Pizza Buffet
CALL FOR RESERVATIONS 508-376-2020

Bruce Opens for Huey Lewis!!!

Saturday, October 27 8:00 pm
Casino Ballroom
169 Hampton Blvd, Hampton, NH (MAP)
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M&M at Louis Thursday!!!

Thursday, November 1st  8:00 pm
Louis
1269 Sea Street, Quincy, MA (MAP)
Montgomery & Marshall
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New Room for BMG!

Saturday, November 10 9:00 pm
Halfway Café
200 South Franklin Street, Holbrook, MA
(MAP)
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Bruce Solo at Columbia Tavern

Thursday, November 15 8:00 pm
Columbia Tavern
11 Merriam Avenue, Leominster, MA (MAP)
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BMG at Stone's Public House

Friday, November 16 10:00 pm
Stone's Public House
179 Main Street, Ashland, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group
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BMG Back A Village Trestle!

Wednesday, November 21 8:00 pm
Village Trestle
25 Main St, Goffstown, NH (MAP)
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Bruce Solo at Louis!

Saturday, November 24 9:00 pm
Louis
1269 Sea Street, Quincy, MA (MAP)

M&M at Charles Cafe Thursday!!!

Thursday, November 29 7:00 pm
The Charles Cafe
35 Main Street, Millis, MA (MAP)

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$20-$30 pp CALL FOR RESERVATIONS 508-376-2020

BMG at Dante's!!!

Saturday, December 1, 9:30 pm
Dante's
350 East Main Street, Marlborough, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group
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Bruce Solo at Nourish!

Saturday, December 8, 7:30 pm
Nourish
1727 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington, MA (MAP)
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BMG at Stange Brew!!!

Friday, December 21, 9:00 pm
Strange Brew Tavern
88 Market St, Manchester, NH (MAP)
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M&M at Charles Cafe Friday!!!

Friday, December 28 7:00 pm
The Charles Cafe
35 Main Street, Millis, MA (MAP)
Website
$20-$30 pp CALL FOR RESERVATIONS 508-376-2020

New Room for BMG!

Saturday, December 29 9:00 pm
Halfway Café
200 South Franklin Street, Holbrook, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group
Website

New Years Eve with Bruce & Lisa Marie!!!

Monday, December 31 9:00 pm
Louis
1269 Sea Street, Quincy, MA (MAP)
No Cover! Call for Reservations 617•481•1980

M&M at Louis Thursday!!!

Thursday, January 3 8:00 pm
Louis
1269 Sea Street, Quincy, MA (MAP)

New Room for BMG!

Saturday, January 12 8:30 pm
Peyton's RiversEdge
86 Powdermill Road, Maynard, MA (MAP)

BMG Back A Village Trestle!

Saturday, January 19 8:00 pm
Village Trestle
25 Main St, Goffstown, NH (MAP)

New Room for BMG!

Friday, January 25 8:00 pm
Pitman's Freight Room
94 New Salem Street, Laconia, NH (MAP)
Website
BYOB $10.00

Bruce and Lisa Marie!!!

Saturday, January 26 9:00 pm
Louis
1269 Sea Street, Quincy, MA (MAP)

BMG at Main Streets Cafe!

Friday, February 1 8:30 pm
Main Streets Market & Cafe
42 Main Street, Concord, MA (MAP)
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This Friday!

Friday, February 15, 7:30 pm
First Congregational Church
36 North Main Street, West Brookfield, MA (MAP)

Reserve tickets for your show in West Brookfield Friday by calling 508-867-7078.
Leave a message with  your name and number of tickets, and a phone number to confirm.


New Room for BMG!

Friday, March 1st, 10:00 pm
Theodore's
201 Worthington St, Springfield, MA (MAP)
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BMG at Stange Brew!!!

Friday, March 15, 9:00 pm
Strange Brew Tavern
88 Market St, Manchester, NH (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group
Website

Back at Smoken' Joe's!!!

Saturday, March 16, 9:00 pm
Smoken’ Joe’s Barbeque & Blues
351 Washington Street, Brighton, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group
Website

BMG's Needs Your Vote!!!

Hi Folks,
BMG needs your help! We have entered out new video "Victor Talking Machine into a WooTube video contest and we need your votes! We are asking everyone to go to
facebook.com/wootube and click on "Victor Talking Machine". Plus!!! after you have voted/answered the question, we need to ask everyone to click on the share
link at the bottom of the "question" and write a little message asking people to vote and share "Victor Talking Machine". This will help us multiply our effort. Thanks for all your support and lets win this contest!!!
-Bruce

Bruce and Larry Oppel!!!

Saturday, March 30th, 8:00 pm
Louis
1269 Sea Street, Quincy, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall & Special Guest Larry Oppel!

BMG at IOB!!!

Saturday, May 11, 9:00 pm
Inn On The Blues
7 Ocean Avenue, York Beach, ME (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group
Website

Mersey Beat Invasion!

Monday, May 13th, 7:30 pm Mersey Beat Invasion!
Main Streets Market & Cafe
42 Main Street, Concord, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall and Dan White discovered a magical vocal blend and a shared love of 60’s pop music shortly after they met. They first played together in 2010 and always leaned toward the Mersey sound, which was the beginning of the “British Invasion.” You’ll hear songs by the Beatles, Jerry & the Pacemakers, The Searchers, and others, to the groups that emerged from these early hit makers like The Stones, Kinks, Yardbirds and The Hollies. Bruce and Dan also acknowledge the bands from our shores that shared the charts with these groups like the Beach Boys, The Buckinghams, Rascals, Grassroots and the Doors.

Bruce Marshall Duo!

Friday, May 17 9:00 pm
Casino Wharf
286 Grand Avenue, Falmouth Heights, MA (MAP)

New Room for BMG!

Saturday, May 25 9:00 pm
Morse Tavern
85 East Central St., Natick, MA (MAP)
Bruce Marshall Group

BMG at Stange Brew!!!

Saturday, June 1st, 9:00 pm
Strange Brew Tavern
88 Market St, Manchester, NH (MAP)
Website

BMG back at Pitman's Freight Room!

Friday, June 7th, 8:00 pm
Pitman's Freight Room
94 New Salem Street, Laconia, NH (MAP)
Website
BYOB $10.00




Blues Barge 2013!!!

Thursday, June 20th, 6:00 pm
Boston Harbor Hotel Blues Barge
Boston Harbor Hotel
70 Rowes Wharf, Boston, MA (MAP)
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This is the first of 3 Boston Harbor Hotel Blues Barge dates! Look for us back on July 25th and August 29th!

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