Silver Bullet Band’s Drew Abbott to Play Intimate Michigan Show
This is your chance to see Bob Seger's longtime guitar player in a very small venue.
Drew Abbott played lead guitar on seven Bob Seger albums, including Live Bullet. In 1981, he won a Grammy Award for his work on Against the Wind. That's Abbott you hear on "Night Moves," "Her Strut," "Katmandu," "Rock and Roll Never Forgets," "You'll Accompany Me," "The Fire Down Below," "Still the Same," "Against the Wind," "Hollywood Nights," "Feel Like a Number," "Betty Lou's Gettin' Out Tonight," and "Nutbush City Limits," just to call out the hits.
The guitar player moved to Traverse City in 1983 and later to the Ann Arbor area and is still playing today. Catch him at Livonia's Trinity House Theater as Abbott, Jacquez and Zodiac are booked on March 13. Al Jacquez has played with Dick Wagner and he's also sung light opera, musical theater, and gospel, and plays a mean guitar as well. Vocalist Lamont Zodiac has had his songs performed by Mitch Ryder, Was (Not Was), the Boneshakers, and Mark Farner. Trinity House Theater is a cozy 90-seat concert venue with a stage framed with stained glass windows, beautiful lighting and dozens of candles.