The Pete Silva Project makes its debut at the beautiful Courthouse Center for the Arts, Saturday night, November 18, at 8:00 p.m. This is a very special benefit for The Courthouse Center for the Arts Childrens’ programs. Tickets are only $6:00 and are sure to sell out. The long-time 94HJY weekend disc jockey, along with his band The Pete Silva Project, hits the stage with what is described as a “joyful and exciting recreation of the Big Bang of rock and roll,” combining his original music with classics ranging from Bruce Springsteen, The Beatles, Van Morrison, The Rolling Stones, John Mellencamp, and more. It’s a show that stirs up as many memories as it makes. The Pete Silva Project includes Adrienne West, who has sung with everyone from John Cafferty to Ken Lyon and the Tombstone Blues Band, on second vocals and percussion, along with Wild Turkey founder and Rhode Island Music Hall of Fame member John Baldaia on guitar, bass, and vocals. Long-time New England musicians Paul Furtado and Bruce Zarembka man the drums, keyboards and vocals respectively, and rounding out the band is the multi-talented Bill Lehourites on slide guitar and vocals. This will be an exciting show to kick off the holiday season for a great cause, so don’t miss it! Opening act Joshua Will David goes on at 8:00 p.m., and admission is only six dollars. For more information and ticket sales, got to http://courthousearts.org/events/the-pete-silva-project.
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