Ronnie Montrose Remembered 2020 lineup announced

The event will be hosted by radio and TV personality Eddie Trunk

Ronnie Montrose Remembered returns for the fifth year on Friday, January 17th at the large theater at M3 Live Anaheim Event Center during the annual NAMM show. This celebratory concert will highlight Montrose’s career featuring greatest hits from early Montrose, Edgar Winter, Van Morrison, Gamma and more performed by an iconic cast of guitar heroes and legendary rock stars.

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’s 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, Machine Head), Brent Woods (Sebastian Bach), Jason Hartless (Ted Nugent), Mitch Perry (Edgar Winter, Sweet), Robbie Lochner (Jack Russell’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), and more including special guests.

Tickets are $25 with VIP packages for $95 and Super VIP packages for $175 available. VIP packages include prime up front orchestra seating, a special edition five year commemorative t-shirt, access to the private VIP backstage lounge area with bar, an exclusive VIP artist meet & greet with photo ops, red carpet access and more.

Only 16 Super VIP packages are available which includes all of the above as well as front row center orchestra seating.

Montrose died on March 3, 2012, following a bout with prostate cancer. However, the San Mateo County Coroner ruled his death a suicide via a self inflicted gunshot wound. He also had a blood alcohol level of .31, the autopsy claims.

Author: Buddy Iahn

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