- 18 & over
MULTI Grammy Nominee~Bobby Messano LIVE! Baby It's Cold Outside~Hot Blues & Hot Drinks
- Ticket Price: $50.00
- Door Time: 5:30 PM
- Show Type: Blues
- Tags: Music, Special Events
18 & over
Bobby Messano LIVE!
Multi Grammy Nominee
Hollywood Music In Media Award
Cherokee Ranch & Castle is honored to welcome a very special friend and Blues veteran who has played with Steve Winwood, Gloria Gaynor, Clarence Clemons, Franke and the Knockouts, and Peter Criss. He has also toured with The Allman Brothers and Boston. His latest release (April 15, 2017) "Bad Movie" debuted at #1 on Sirius/XM B.B. King's Bluesville and stayed in the Top 30 on the Roots Music Charts Blues Rock Album Chart for 6 months.
Reservations Are Required
Doors, Bar, Tours 5:30 P.M.
Performance 7:00 P.M.
Please join us for an intimate evening, up close and personal with very limited seating in the magnificent castle. Bobby Messano has risen like a phoenix in the last year and will spread his wings high above the world at Cherokee Ranch & Castle. Don't miss this performance, and meet and greet photo opp with Bobby. Stay warm all night with Hot Toddy's, premium Whiskey and Scotch specials, wine and beer (cash bar). A selection of light appetizers are included. Castle tours are also included in this exclusive event. Keep a close eye on Bobby this year... and we will post any exciting updates as they happen right here on the website!
More About Bobby
Bobby Messano was inducted into the Delaware Blues Hall Of Fame in 2012 and "That's Why I Don't Sing the Blues" was the #1 U.S. release on the Blues Underground 2012 US Blues Rock Chart. Bobby continues to play about 135 shows a year and continues to place songs in TV and cable shows.
In July/August 2015 "Love and Money" was in Billboard Top 10 Blues Albums, for 6 weeks, reaching #1 on August 8.
In August of 2015 Bobby Messano "Love & Money" was nominated for a Blues Blast Award for Rock Blues Album Of The Year
In September of 2017 Bad Movie was nominated for a prestigious Hollywood Music In Media Award (HMMA) for Blues.