Iconic American rock guitarist Ronnie Montrose will be saluted by a stellar rock star line-up whose own careers were influenced by the legendary and powerful Montrose sound at Ronnie Montrose Remembered making it one of the most talked about shows of NAMM 2020. This celebratory concert highlighting Montrose’s career will feature his greatest hits from early Montrose, Edgar Winter, Van Morrison, Gamma and more PERFORMED BY AN ICONIC CAST OF GUITAR HEROS AND LEGENDARY ROCK STARS. This event is Friday, January 17th in the large theater at M3 Live Anaheim Event Center.
Hosted by That Metal Show’s Eddie Trunk, the incredible all-star featured performers so far include: Brad Gillis, Night Ranger; George Lynch, Dokken/Lynch Mob; Carmine Appice, Vanilla Fudge/Rod Stewart/Ozzy Osbourne,Jack Russell, Great White; Dave Rude, Tesla; Derek St Holmes, Ted Nugent; Keith St John, Montrose; Dave Amato, REO Speedwagon; James Kottak, Scorpions; Jon Levin, Dokken; Phil Demmel, Slayer/Machinehead; Brent Woods, Sebastian Bach; Jason Hartless, Ted Nugent; Mitch Perry, Edgar Winter/Sweet; Robbie Lochner, Jack’s Great White;Jimmy Degrasso, Ozzy/Alice Cooper; Matt Starr, Mr. Big; Brad Lang, Y & T; Andrew Freeman, Last In Line; Sean Mcnabb, Lynch Mob/Quiet Riot; Katja Reikermann, Rod Stewart; Paul Shortino, Raiding The Rock Vault/Quiet Riot; Rick Steier, Warrant/Kingdom Come; Jimmy Paxson, Stevie Nicks; and Ed Roth, Annie Lennox…with more to come.
Additionally, the show will feature surprise cameos, speakers, never-before-seen video clips and other raw footage, showcasing Montrose’s career.
Tickets are $25 at
Former Montrose lead singer and event producer, Keith St John says new iconic names are being added to the line-up literally every day. St John was with Montrose for the last 13 years of Ronnie’s life. The band was on top of the charts in the 1970s when Sammy Hagar was vocalist, with tunes like Rock Candy, Bad Motor Scooter and Rock the Nation. When St John teamed up with Montrose they continued to entertain until right before his death, filling clubs and festivals around the world. St John wrote many unreleased tunes with Ronnie Montrose, some performed at concerts throughout the years.