They've opened for Greg Allman, The Stray Cats, John Lee Hooker, and been the backup band for Bo Diddley.

Get ready for blues rock with saxophones, guitars, and drums!  Hailing from western Massachusetts, The Wildcat O'Halloran Band has been thrilling audiences in and around New England for over thirty years. They've released 17 albums, and many of their songs have gotten radio air-time on various rock and blues shows around the region.

Wildcat O'Halloran via Facebook
Wildcat O'Halloran via Facebook

Wildcat and his band have been described as "crazy-fun" by the Boston Blues Society and "a great release" by the United Kingdom's Blues Matters.  How too cool for school is that!

But it doesn't end there.  According to the Wildcat O'Halloran website, Living Blues Magazine says:

The grooves are so damned infectious, and the guitar playing so stirring, The Wildcat O'Halloran Band can make you dance and make you laugh if you let them.  Irresistible  Wildcat emerges as one of the most entertaining songwriters in contemporary blues and his band doesn't know the meaning of dull.

Wildcat O'Halloran has opened for just about every major blues artist that's performed in Massachusetts, from Greg Allman to John Lee Hooker to The Stray Cats. They've also been the backup band for Bo Diddley and James Cotton.

So if you want your Wednesday evening filled with blues-rock guitars, saxophones, drums, and a cool vibe, then Henry Law Park in downtown Dover, New Hampshire, is the place to be on Wednesday night, July 20 from 6-8pm.

This is all part of Classic Hits for the Seacoast, 102.1 and 105.3 The Shark's "Shark in the Park" free summer concert series powered by Hilltop Fun Center.  There will be a hot dog cart and giveaways.

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