Christine Ohlman & Rebel Montez: The Queen Meets the King feat. Liberty Devitto & The Slim Kings

Thu Feb 2 2023

8:00 PM (Doors 5:00 PM)

Daryl's House

130 NY-22 Pawling, NY 12564

$32.84 - $44.17

All Ages

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Rock n' soul will rule the night as Christine Ohlman, the flashy, gritty platinum-blonde "Beehive Queen,'' who is the longtime vocalist with NBC's Saturday Night Live Band, brings Christine Ohlman & Rebel Montez to Daryl’s House for “THE QUEEN MEETS THE KINGS,'' teaming with legendary Billy Joel drummer Liberty Devitto & The Slim Kings. This night of roots-driven, soulful rock n’ roll will spotlight songs from their recordings, including Ohlman's latest, The Deep End, a passionate collection that garnered five end-of-year national Top Ten mentions (Rolling Stone editor emeritus Dave Marsh said,"There are so many 'wow' moments," and esteemed journalist Peter Guralnick weighed in with, "Tough, tender, thoughtful and sassy; R-E-A-L, as Sam Phillips was wont to say”) and 2023’s upcoming The Grown-Up Thing.

The Slim Kings, based in Kings County, NY, feature two young guns—singer and guitarist Michael Sackler-Berner, best known for 40+ prime-time TV placements, and top session R&B bassist Andy Attanasio—alongside iconic drummer Liberty Devitto. Devitto spent over three decades playing on seminal records for, and performing with, Billy Joel, Stevie Nicks, and Paul McCartney. Their albums include Fresh Sox, Expensive Habits, and The King's County Classic, and they've shared the stage with Southside Johnny and The Spin Doctors—amongst others. In the studio, they’ve worked with producers like Steve Jordan (Keith Richards, John Mayer). Their recordings have been featured in over a dozen primetime TV shows.

“Liberty Devitto is my brother from another mother,” said Ohlman recently. The Beehive Queen and The Drum King are longtime running partners and collaborators, and they are delighted to bring their bands together on the iconic stage of Daryl’s House.

Christine Ohlman & Rebel Montez: The Queen Meets the King feat. Liberty Devitto & The Slim Kings

  • Christine Ohlman & Rebel Montez

    Christine Ohlman & Rebel Montez

    Rock & Roll

    This queen of blue-eyed rock n’ soul, who grew up loving equally the sweetness of a Memphis horn line and the raunch of an electric guitar riff, whether played by Muddy Waters, Keith Richards, or Pop Staples, 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. She’s the current, long-time vocalist with the Saturday Night Live Band (SNL40’s recent anniversary post-show concert also featured her star turn onstage with Jimmy Fallon, Elvis Costello and the B-52s), whose latest CD, 2010’s The Deep End, was honored on five national Top Ten lists and features special guests/duet partners Ian Hunter, Dion DiMucci, and Marshall Crenshaw, plus Levon Helm, GE Smith, Andy York, Eric “Roscoe” Ambel, Catherine Russell, Big Al Anderson, and others. Ohlman topped the Alternate Root.com’s 2013 Readers’ Poll as top Americana vocalist, joining other winners Paul Thorn, The Mavericks and Rodney Crowell.

    Ohlman’s legendary voice and stage presence (she’s known as “The Beehive Queen” for her towering blonde hairdo) have most recently been featured on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” (guest shot with Black 47) and at the 2012 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Concert in Cleveland (filmed by HBO); the Carnegie Hall tribute to the Rolling Stones; the 2012 and 2013 Little Kids Rock galas in NYC (taking the stage with Bruce Springsteen, Brian Wilson, Elvis Costello, Bill Medley, Tom Morello and others); and the 2012-2015 WC Handy Festivals (she was the special guest of the Blind Boys Of Alabama and soul queen Candi Staton, and helmed a sold-out tribute to legendary producer Jerry Wexler; in 2015 she will be the festival’s Grand Marshall), as well as on both SNL’s 25th and 40th Anniversary telecasts; Bob Dylan’s 30th Anniversary bash at The Garden (with George Harrison, Chrissie Hynde, and others); the 2013 Obama Inaugural Gala in Washington, D.C.; The Lincoln Center “American Songbook” series with Sting, Lou Reed and Van Dyke Parks; and the Central Park Summerstage Tribute To Janis Joplin (where she fronted both Big Brother & The Holding Company and the Kozmic Blues Band).

    She appears on Grammy nominees A Tribute To Howlin’ Wolf (with Taj Mahal and Lucinda Williams) and Charlie Musselwhite’s One Night In America (with Marty Stuart); sings the theme song for NBC’s 30 Rock; worked on a musical with the late Cy Coleman (who compared her sense of timing to Peggy Lee’s); duets live with friends like the aforementioned Miss Spector, Mac Rebennack (two private evening of duets she calls “absolute highlights”), Americana stalwart Paul Thorn, Muscle Shoals mainstays The Decoys (Bonnie Bramlett took the stage with her at the 2011 and 2013 WC Handy Festivals), and New Orleans legends The Subdudes (she joins The ‘Dudes, BB King, Irma Thomas, Richard Thompson and others on Get You A Healin’ to benefit the New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic and has guest-hosted five editions of “Down On The Bayou” during successive Jazz & Heritage Fests with Widespread Panic’s JoJo Hermann, again to benefit The Clinic); worked often with the late blues giants Hubert Sumlin and Eddie Kirkland; collaborated on critically-acclaimed tracks with Marshall Crenshaw (Labour Of Love: The Music of Nick Lowe), Big Al Anderson (Pawn Shop Guitars), and Ian Hunter (When I’m President and Shrunken Heads); edited legendary Rolling Stones producer Andrew Loog Oldham’s autobiography 2Stoned and appears also on Oldham’s historic 2013 release “Andrew Loog Oldham and Friends Sing The Rolling Stones Songbook Vol. 2”). A musicologist of note, Ohlman is a cover-story-writing contributor to Elmore Magazine, and worked with Bonnie Raitt, Ry Cooder & others on the Rhythm & Blues Foundation Awards.

    Ohlman tours relentlessly, torching clubs up and down the Eastern Seaboard in support of her recordings (Strip, The Hard Way, Radio Queen, Wicked Time, 2008 career retrospective Re-Hive, the aforementioned The Deep End, 2011 concert DVD Live Hive and 2015’s upcoming “The Grown-Up Thing” with her band Rebel Montez (Michael Colbath-bass; Cliff Goodwin-guitar; Larry Donahue-drums).

    “I’ve come here tonight to set your souls on fire,” she’ll tell an audience. And she will.

  • The Slim Kings

    The Slim Kings

    Alternative Rock

    The Slim Kings feature two young guns - singer and guitarist Michael Sackler-Berner, best known for 40+ primetime TV placements, and top session R&B bassist Andy Attanasio alongside iconic drummer Liberty Devitto. DeVitto spent over three decades playing on seminal records for, and performing with, Billy Joel, Stevie Nicks and Paul McCartney.  The Slim Kings have shared the stage with Los Lonely Boys, ZZ Top, Southside Johnny, and The Spin Doctors - amongst others.  In the studio they work with producers like Nick Movshon (Black Keys, Bruno Mars, Amy Winehouse), Joel Hamilton (Tom Waites, Highly Suspect) and Steve Jordan (Keith Richards, John Mayer). Their recordings have been featured in over a dozen primetime TV shows and they have thousands of followers online.  The band is based in Kings County, USA.  Their new album “The King’s County Classic” was released October 16th, 2020. Vocals, Guitar / Michael Sackler-Berner Bass / Andy Attanasio Drums / Liberty DeVitto  

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Christine Ohlman & Rebel Montez: The Queen Meets the King feat. Liberty Devitto & The Slim Kings

Thu Feb 2 2023 8:00 PM

(Doors 5:00 PM)

Daryl's House Pawling NY
Christine Ohlman & Rebel Montez: The Queen Meets the King feat. Liberty Devitto & The Slim Kings

$32.84 - $44.17 All Ages

Rock n' soul will rule the night as Christine Ohlman, the flashy, gritty platinum-blonde "Beehive Queen,'' who is the longtime vocalist with NBC's Saturday Night Live Band, brings Christine Ohlman & Rebel Montez to Daryl’s House for “THE QUEEN MEETS THE KINGS,'' teaming with legendary Billy Joel drummer Liberty Devitto & The Slim Kings. This night of roots-driven, soulful rock n’ roll will spotlight songs from their recordings, including Ohlman's latest, The Deep End, a passionate collection that garnered five end-of-year national Top Ten mentions (Rolling Stone editor emeritus Dave Marsh said,"There are so many 'wow' moments," and esteemed journalist Peter Guralnick weighed in with, "Tough, tender, thoughtful and sassy; R-E-A-L, as Sam Phillips was wont to say”) and 2023’s upcoming The Grown-Up Thing.

The Slim Kings, based in Kings County, NY, feature two young guns—singer and guitarist Michael Sackler-Berner, best known for 40+ prime-time TV placements, and top session R&B bassist Andy Attanasio—alongside iconic drummer Liberty Devitto. Devitto spent over three decades playing on seminal records for, and performing with, Billy Joel, Stevie Nicks, and Paul McCartney. Their albums include Fresh Sox, Expensive Habits, and The King's County Classic, and they've shared the stage with Southside Johnny and The Spin Doctors—amongst others. In the studio, they’ve worked with producers like Steve Jordan (Keith Richards, John Mayer). Their recordings have been featured in over a dozen primetime TV shows.

“Liberty Devitto is my brother from another mother,” said Ohlman recently. The Beehive Queen and The Drum King are longtime running partners and collaborators, and they are delighted to bring their bands together on the iconic stage of Daryl’s House.

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$44.17 ($35.00 + $9.17 fees)

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