Bobby Keys & The Suffering Bastards
Saxophonist Bobby Keys (Rolling Stones) Performs With Supergroup The Suffering Bastards
One of rock and roll's greatest horn players, Bobby Keys has seen it all. He started touring with Buddy Holly and the Crickets as a teenager, played with Elvis Presley, John Lennon and Yoko Ono, and fell into the role of the Rolling Stones' sax man in 1970. In addition to touring with the band, Keys played on a number of seminal Stones albums including Let It Bleed
, Exile on Main St.
and Sticky Fingers
; that's him blasting out the solo on "Brown Sugar." For this concert, Keys takes the stage with a cast of other notable musicians including Dan Baird (Georgia Satellites), Steve Gorman (The Black Crowes), Nick Govrik (Trigger Hippy), Michael Webb (John Fogerty, Poco) and Chark Kinsolving (Mike Farris, Spoonful). This is your chance to catch a rock legend in action at the Baltimore Soundstage.
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The weather was great . I wore a maxi dress and was very comfortable. You can dress up or casual. I recommend casual at this location as folks were there with shorts, tennis shoes, and jeans, however decent..
Jun 24 2013
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Baltimore Soundstage, located in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, is one of the most eclectic venues in Maryland hosting nationally touring artists from genres such as heavy metal, neo-soul, dubstep, spoken word, and everything in-between in an intimate environment.