All-star Blues review headlines 2021 Fall Blues Festival

BEVERLY  In addition to the debut of “Blues Trail Revisited,” Saturday’s Fall 2021 Blues Festival at The Cabot features tons of music from some of the heavyweights of New England’s blues scene.

The festival’s All-Star Blues Review promises to be a jammed-packed show headlined by the legendary James Montgomery Band with David Hull (Joe Perry Project), Marty Richards (formerly of the J. Geils Band) and George McCann (played with The Blues Brothers). Add to that the blues of Sugar Ray Norcia — singer, harp man and three-time Grammy nominee — along with the talents of Erin Harpe, recent recipient of New England’s “Blues Artist of the Year” award.

Filling out the festival off will be The Uptown Horns, the legendary NYC-based horn section, which has toured with the Rolling Stones and played on James Brown’s No.1 hit “Living in America” and acoustic blues in the venue’s StreetSide Bar.