A variety of top acts from the San Francisco area will take part in the Bammies Reunion Concert, a special event celebrating the history of the Bay Area Music Awards, also known as The Bammies, which were held from 1978 through 1998.
The show, scheduled for Saturday, March 24 at San Francisco’s Regency Ballroom, will include performances by Journey‘s Neal Schon, Sammy Hagar, Eddie Money, Pablo Cruise and Jefferson Starship, as well as surprise guests.
Schon will be performing with renowned drummer, songwriter and producer Narada Michael Walden, while Jefferson Starship will pay tribute to their late band leader, guitarist and singer Paul Kantner.
Maestro Dick Bright, who hosted and served as music director for many Bammies ceremonies, will emcee the concert.
The show is being organized by BAMMagazine.com, with an eye towards relaunching the Bay Area Music Awards sometime in the near future. Tickets are available now at AXS.com.
Meanwhile, at noon PT on Friday, March 23, Hagar will be inducted into Bay Area Music Awards-Bammies Walk of Fame, located in front of the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium.
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