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Barry Goudreau’s Engine Room – Live @ Kowloon in a Concert for a Cause

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Barry Goudreau, former guitarist for arena rockers Boston. There is nothing more to say about Barry in regard to this band. His guitar sound was largely responsible for the sales of over 40,000,000 copies of the band’s first two records. When the first note of any of these songs comes on you know the songs, they are so distinctive to a generation. After all, who can forget the soaring riffs on songs such as ‘Long Time’ and ‘Rock & Roll Band’.\ \ He continues this with his new band, Barry Goudreau’s Engine Room featuring a stellar line-up featuring longtime bandmate, keyboardist, and songwriter Brian Maes, along with bassist Tim Archibald and drummer Tony DePietro. Also joining the band are a power-house group of vocalists in Mary Beth Maes, Terri O’Soro and Joaine Cicatelli.\ \ In support of their new release ‘The Road’, they are doing just that, hitting the road. As part of that they will be performing at the kick-off of the series ‘Home Grown Rock for Boston’s homeless Vets’ outside at Kowloon (Rt. 1 N. Saugus, MA) on Sat Sept 25 @ 1:00 PM\ \ The series other shows are\ \ Oct 2 feat the James Montgomery Band & Friends 50th Anniversary Show\ Oct 9 - Jon Butcher (with full band) and special guest Sal Baglio of The Stompers\ \ Tickets can be bought for individual shows or at a discount for a series package. As well we will be offering VIP packages. For more details on all the shows go to GimmeLive.com. \ \ 100% of all profits derived from this series will go to Veterans organizations in the area dealing with the Vets homeless crisis.\