Sounds Like: Grand Funk Railroad, Doyle Bramhall II, Joe Bonamassa, Joe Satriani, Jimi Hendrix
Manager: Barbie Davis (713)551-1811 or email@example.com...New CD "Live in Galveston" Ready for Download at CD Baby, Amazon.com, ITunes and many others.
Bio: Born in Port Arthur,Tx. Marty Monte started playing in Bars and Clubs at the age of 15 and has been a fixure on the Gulf Coast ever since. Along with the Powerhouse Rhythym Section of Roger Hensley (Bass) and Levi Hammer (Drums) Martin Ray Monte (Keys, Guitar) has opened for such acts Edgar Winte...See Full Bio
: The Marty Monte Band has a show on 06/06/2015 at 07:00 PM @ America's Ice... in Texas City, TX http://t.co/UOYU3r4osp #concert
“MARTY MONTE MAGAZINE's CD "It Ain't That Bad" Is That Good and is quite amazing. The CD Rock's! The Febuary cold spell dissappeared as I started listening. The CD opens with my favorite "Gypsy Eyes". It has a guitar solo that has you glancing around for a fire extinguisher made me think of Jimi Hendrix. "Forgotten Dreams"and "Dolly Dagger" have a SRV feel or maybe Satriani or Bonamassa. "The Bottle Song" has a very cool chorus and piano. "L.A. Lullaby" and "Belvedere Hotel" have a "modern 70's feel"."30 Day Notification" has traces of Jimmy Buffet while "Sleepless Mind" and "Turnaround Blues" offer alternative rock. "Reefer Blues" is a true story, An ode to Marty's hometown of Port Arthur. "So Long" showcases the bands instrumental talents. Acoustic tracks complete the CD that was recorded by Andy Bradley at Sugar Hill in Houston. Band is on FB "Marty Monte's Magazine" and links ReverbNation Page. Marty Monte(guitar, vocals), JD(Bass)and Levi Hammer(Drums) firstname.lastname@example.org ”