Debo Ray & Her Band of Bros “Now I’m Here”

An Evening of Electrifying Classic Rock AND a Tribute to TINA TURNER!

The singularly talented Debo Ray performs her third show of her 2023 Regent Theatre Residency!

Friday, September 22nd - 8:00pm

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In a recent feature in The Boston Globe, long time music writer/critic Jon Garelick asks, “What can’t Debo Ray sing?”. Jed Gottlieb of The Boston Herald said, “Boston’s Grammy - Nominated Debo Ray takes audiences on a magical music tour.



All tickets bought for this event will be for RESERVED seating.
***WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE seating is available for purchase online***
If you need reasonable accommodations, please call our Box Office: 781.646.4849

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In a show that features the music of Led Zeppelin, Janis Joplin, Queen, David Bowie and many other stars from that “classic era” you won’t have to listen to just another cover band singing tribute music.
Debo Ray is for real and more. The show will feature a powerful tribute to the late, great Tina Turner accompanied by the Faerisque Go-Go Dancers this is one show you do NOT want to miss.

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Doors will open 45-Minutes prior to the start time.

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There is no elevator access to the balcony.
Requires climbing several flights of stairs.

Seating and Pricing Information is Below



All FEES ARE INCLUDED in our pricing…
Premium Reserved Seating: $34.00
Senior (62-and-older): $5.00-OFF and Military Discount: One-Half Price Seats
Preferred Reserved Seating: $24.00
Senior (62-and-older): $5.00-OFF and Military Discount: One-Half Price Seats
Veterans and Active Military - Please bring I.D. for Entry

Balcony seating will not be immediately available for purchase


The band…

Debo Ray – Vocals

Amy Bellamy – Keyboards
Aaron Bellamy – Bass
Dave (Fuze) Fiucynski – Guitar
Jerry Velona – Drums
Scot Tarulli – Guitar

Debo has been featured with groups like Terri Lyne Carrington’s Social Science (where she was nominated for a Grammy along with the group) and Women of the World. She’s performed on some of the world’s biggest stages, most recently at Carnegie Hall as well as in Boston with jazz giant Kenny Barron.  In April of this year, she had the featured role in a world premier opera entitled The Jonah People along with The Nashville Symphony Orchestra.  From jazz, to rock, to metal, to opera and most recently funk, R&B and soul, her versatility is unmatched.