Rock fans traditionally hold up lighters at concerts during ballads so that heartbroken moths know where they can go and, for once, not be judged. Get drawn in with this GrouponLive deal for one G-Pass to see the Rock ‘N’ Blues Fest, featuring the Johnny Winter Band, the Edgar Winter Group, Leslie West, Rick Derringer, and Kim Simmonds, at the Westchester County Center in White Plains on Sunday, August 12, at 7:30 p.m. Choose between the following reserved seating options:
- For $28, you get one G-Pass for seating in the back risers on the floor (up to a $57.25 value, including all fees).
- For $35, you get one G-Pass for seating on the floor (up to a $71.60 value, including all fees).
When Rock 'N' Blues Fest takes over the Westchester County Center, audiences might think they've died and gone to '70s rock 'n' roll heaven. The festival's all-star lineup of virtuosos is determined to rock the socks off all generations of music fans, and it assures that no one will step in a steaming pile of disco.
Johnny Winter, considered one of the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time by Rolling Stone, rides the frets with reckless abandon as his fast-forward thumb-picking demonstrates why he was enshrined in the Blues Foundation Hall of Fame. From his applauded solo albums to his Grammy–winning work with Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter leaves fans in awe with his Tootsie Roll Pop of never-ending guitar licks. Also performing, former child prodigy Edgar Winter mirrors his brother’s ambidextrous and adventurous music skills across a variety of instruments. Best known for stadium stompers such as “Frankenstein” and “Tobacco Road,” the accidental father of the keytar alternates between the saxophone and a keyboard strapped around his back as he stampedes through a hummable catalog of arena-rock staples.
Six-string slinger Rick Derringer, a longtime collaborator with the Winter brothers who is responsible for The McCoys' hit “Hang On Sloopy,” pricks and tickles his guitar through classics such as “Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo,” and Leslie West of the seminal '70s band Mountain rocks out timeless hits such as “Mississippi Queen.” The riff-packed festival also features Welsh guitarist Kim Simmonds of Savoy Brown fame, whose British blues fills fans with guilty expatriate fantasies.