Narragansett was proud to support the first ever “Rock n Soul Holiday Concert” which took place this past Sunday night at the Regent Theatre in Arlington. Boston legend Barrence Whitfield took on the duties of musical director to a slew of who’s who in Boston music, both old and young. The night included holiday renditions and originals by the likes of Eli “Paperboy” Reed, punk legend Willie Alexander, Mike Gent, Ernie & The Automatics, Andrea Gillis Band, Sarah Borges & Lyle Brewer, among many others. The highlight of the night came in the form of Jenny Dee & The Delinquents doing their rendition of Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) which was nothing short of stellar which you can also see for yourself right here:
The Music Museum of New England is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Massachusetts, documenting the music history of all 6 states in New England on the Internet at MMONE.org, and currently involved with the Bostonian Society to place markers for a Boston Music Trail of musically important historic locations funded in part by a grant from Ernie Boch Jr’s “Music Drives Us” Foundation.