Christine Ohlman & Rebel Montez w/ Lovelace/Stoltz - RESCHEDULING - TBD


Saturday May 23, 2020 @ 8:00 PM




Bridge Street Live is happy to welcome back to our stage the incomparable CHRISTINE OHLMAN & REBEL MONTEZ with special guests, Americana duo Lovelace/Stoltz, on Saturday, May 23rd at 8PM!

CHRISTINE OHLMAN, the Beehive Queen of American rock n' soul, grew up loving both the sweetness of a Memphis horn line and the raunch of an electric guitar riff, so she teased her blonde hair into a beehive (in honor of Ronnie Spector) and never looked back, picking up a guitar and forging a career as a songwriter in the process. A recent inductee to the National Blues Hall of Fame, she just returned from a sparkling tour of New Orleans and Los Angeles. Ohlman's voice, with The Rolling Stones, graced the soundtrack of Quentin Tarantino’s Oscar-nominated “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood”. Her most recent CD (of six), “The Deep End”, was honored on numerous end-of-year Top Ten lists. Deeply embedded in the scenes in the aforementioned New Orleans and Muscle Shoals, Ohlman tours relentlessly, torching clubs up and down the Eastern Seaboard, and is the gold standard of guest vocalists, having sung with everyone from Al Green to Big Al Anderson, Ian Hunter, Steve Miller, Brian Wilson, Bonnie Raitt, and many others. She is the current, long-time vocalist with NBC's Saturday Night Live Band, and was featured with the B-52's during the recent SNL 40th Anniversary post-show concert. Her shows with James Montgomery have become legendary for the spark between these two great performers.

Opening the show is Americana duo Lee-Ann Lovelace and David Stoltz. Lee-Ann is fresh from being a finalist in the 2019-20 Connecticut Blues Society’s International Blues Challenge runoff.

David Stoltz, a Connecticut music legend, was recently inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame of American Heritage International, befitting his decades of work with Allman Brothers (and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame members) Dickey Betts and Jaimoe, along with a host of others on national and international stages..

Tickets are $18 for General Admission and $25 for VIP Reserved (+ fees).