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BUZZ TREMBLAY - Singer/Songwriter/Song Stylist
Now into his sixth decade of entertaining, Buzz Tremblay continues his love of ‘live performance’ music. From his folk-rock roots of the mid-sixties to his classic rock years of the 90’s, he has remained solid in his commitment to provide a wide ... See Full BioMore Info
On Saturday October 18 at 6:00pm, the doors of the Uxbridge Progressive Club will open to the sounds of long time Valley Favorite, Buzz Tremblay. Buzz will be performing songs from all the different stages of his almost 50 year career that has taken him up and down the east coast. That means he will do his solo stuff, then a few with some old friends including the first guy to call Buzz up to do a paying gig, Pesky. He'll finish up with his band mates of New Bay Colony. For the highlight of the show, he plans on having his favorite harmony partner, his wife Margie, up with him for something special. It's been a long time since Ole Buzz has been able to do an evening like this so please come on out and enjoy a great evening with all your friends. Doors open at 6:00pm with a buffet at 7:00 music and dancing to follow. Also on hand will be Margie and Buzz's pretty cool tie dyed fashion line, RecycleDelic" with 15% of the profits going to the "Why Me?" fund for families with childhood cancer. Tickets are available now at the Progressive Club and from members of New Bay Colony
You can't keep a good man down and just to prove it, he's back and he's backed. Buzz Tremblay, Richy Stmichel and one of the Benton guys is setting you up for a evening of music, beautiful surroundings, cold beverages and good food. On Friday August 22nd at 6:30 pm the tunes get aired out at National Grill at Blackstone National Golf Club, 227 Putnam Hill Road, Sutton MA. It's been awhile since the world got to hear Buzz's voice and now he's backed by guitar slinger Richy Stmichel. Yeah, he's the guy from New Bay Colony. So come on up and welcome Buzzy back. You know you love a good Buzz every now and again. Just to be clear, New Bay Colony will not be playing this gig.
Punctuation marks are not visible when you speak. In this case, that’s a good thing. You’ll figure out what I mean. This year marks the 40th anniversary of when Rene Blais, Richie Stmichel, Dennis Rantala, Micky McAuliffe, and Buzzy Tremblay along with a stray dog, Benjie Benton melted into New Bay Colony. Members like Fred B. Stuart, Doug Moore, Bill “Bo” Roberts and Alan Chapdelaine have added their talents to create a band that has just been fun to be in. Throw in Cody Nickerson twisting the sound knobs and Mr. Unsafe, Unprotected Sax Ron “Pesky” Paszkewicz up front blowin away and, well you see how much fun we have. Did I forget Mr. Manager, John Pelly Pelletier? Not possible. Everyone has an influence that lasts. No one ever leaves the band; they’re just not visible on stage every night. Last year we lost our Old Home Base when the Rockdale Legion closed up their hall. We were thinking of places to hold the anniversary and one of the places we thought of was Blackstone National Golf Club in Sutton. We have there played for a Northbridge class reunion and thought the big tent and beautiful surroundings of the course and club house would be really cool. We then figured we’d have to figure out how to get a mangy bunch like us into such a classy place. So, I promised them I could get Greg Norman and a bunch of other big name pros to attend. The deal was done!!! I know what you’re thinking, and no, I didn’t lie just to get in. Greg, Norman and a bunch of big name pros will be there. Greg Trussell, Norman “Skipper” White (possibly Norman Lachapelle and I’m digging deep with this inside joke, Norman O. LaRose) and you don’t get too much of a bigger name than Ronald “Pesky” Paszkewicz. 21 letters but who’s counting. How bout “Camp” Henry F “Tee” “Chet Molette” “Tredgie” “Ludlow Niner” Trajanowski? You count that one yourself. Both of these guys are “Pros”. I can come up with many more. Amazing what a comma will do. Here’s the deal: Ain’t Goin Out To NO Pasture 40th Anniversary Bash Saturday September 21st at 7:30pm we light up Blackstone National Golf Course 227 Putnam Hill Rd. Sutton, MA $10 Gets you in with the profits going to The American Cancer Society You know you don’t wanna miss this. We’re countin on all the friends, fans, family and nut cases that usually show up at the legion, to show up at the golf course. Don’t just go there to see the band (we realize that’s enough for any thinking individual) come to see everyone that will be there. Listen; be in awe, dance and laugh. In other words, the usual New Bay Thang. And Remember—Rock and Roll Never Forgets, But We Do. www.newbaycolony.com
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